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New Disney Magic Makers Want to Recognize Local Heros

A new program from the Walt Disney Company wants to recognize local heroes who make a difference in your community. Disney is asking people to nominate people to be considered as Disney Magic Makers.

Here are program details:

What is a Disney Magic Maker?

“So what does it take to be a Disney Magic Maker? Magic moments come in all shapes and sizes, from simple, sincere acts between neighbors to massive acts of charity, kindness and generosity. What binds these special moments together is the way they raise spirits, inspire communities, and connect people to one another.”

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How to Submit a Nominee

“Starting today through Oct. 1, 2021, you can nominate any person who inspires you for the Disney Magic Makers contest by visiting disneymagicmakers.com and sharing the positive impact they have made. You can further share their amazing story with a public post using #DisneyMagicMakers on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, or TikTok. Fifty nominees whose inspirational acts of kindness, compassion, and creativity best exemplify the values of a Disney Magic Maker will win a trip to Walt Disney World Resort to join “The World’s Most Magical Celebration” during the 50th anniversary and a one-year subscription to Disney+.”

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What Will a Disney Magic Maker Receive?

“Do you know someone who makes magic by bringing comfort, support and joy to those around them? Now’s your chance to recognize all of the positivity and happiness they’ve brought to you or your community… and they may just win a trip to Walt Disney World Resort and a one-year subscription to Disney+!

The magic doesn’t stop there. Disney will also donate a total of $400,000 among four non-profits that demonstrated resilience during the COVID-19 pandemic: Make-A-Wish®Starlight Children’s Foundation, Boys & Girls Clubs of America, and The Nature Conservancy. These organizations each found unique and innovative ways to continue serving their communities when they needed magic most.”

Do you know any Disney Magic Makers in your life?