Disney to donate £10 for every Disney memory shared
In the true spirit of Christmas, Disney Junior will donate £10 to Great Ormond Street Hospital Children’s Charity for every memory shared as part of the Million Disney Memories campaign for the month of December. December 12 2012
We're asking the nation to share their first Disney Memories as part of our special Million Disney Memories campaign, in partnership with Disney Junior.
And, for every memory posted in December, Disney Junior will generously donate £10 to the charity up to a total of £1 million.
Whether it’s a first trip to Disneyland, crying your eyes out watching Bambi or gathered on the sofa eating mince pies whilst watching Beauty and The Beast on VHS, each memory will be turned into a vital donation for the children’s hospital charity.
How to share your memory
There are three simple ways you can share your memory:
- add it to the Disney barometer on Facebook
- email it to email@example.com
- send a tweet to @_DisneyMemories
My first Disney memory is of The Little Mermaid. I remember I used to move the coffee table we had in our living room right out of the way and sit myself in the middle of the floor so that when Ariel used to sing I would jump up and pretend to be her singing the song with lots of room to sing and dance around. I loved her spirit and her long red hair. I love Disney films - Nicola Roberts, Girls Aloud I was a very shy and quiet kid until my parents took me to see my first Disney movie, Snow White. After that I would always hum and sing the songs and dress up as Snow White. Funny how dressing up and singing songs (High School Musical) actually made me part of the Disney family -Vanessa Hudgens, High School Musical
Our partnership with Disney
Million Disney Memories supports The Walt Disney Company’s ongoing commitment to raise £10 million for the charity. The funds raised by the Disney Appeal will help build the new medical centre at the hospital, and create an interactive play area. This area will inspire imagination, creativity and play and offer a welcome distraction from hospital routine to both patients and their families.
Our partnership with Disney has enabled many children and young people to benefit from unique and magical experiences. This includes bringing mini premiers to the hospital inpatients, Disney’s much-loved characters visiting patients on the wards and inviting patients to be VIPs at Disney’s own events.