Volunteer and Get A Free Ticket To Disneyland

The other day I saw an ad on TV for Disney. They are offering anyone a free ticket to one of Disney’s theme parks in exchange for volunteering for a day at one of the approved foundations.  Sounds like a win-win situation for everyone.

Here’s the lowdown:

Dedicate a Day of Service and Get a Free Pass to Disneyland®

Beginning January 1, 2010, when you sign up to volunteer a day of service with a participating organization (and your service is completed and verified) you will get a one-day admission to a Walt Disney World® or Disneyland® theme park, FREE!

Here’s how it works:

  • SEARCH & SIGN UP: Beginning January 1, 2010, search and sign up for a volunteer opportunity from a participating organization.
  • VOLUNTEER: Complete your service for the volunteer opportunity you selected.
  • CELEBRATE: Once your service is verified, receive a voucher to redeem your Disney theme park ticket.

You must sign up through the Disney Promotional Site to volunteer and complete your service at an eligible volunteer opportunity in the fifty US states, District of Columbia, Puerto Rico or Canada to receive a ticket. Ticket quantities for this program are limited.

You must be at least 18 years of age to sign up, and you may sign-up up to a maximum of eight additional members of your same household. Children must be at least 6 years of age to volunteer under this program and receive a theme park ticket. Children ages 6 -17 must be accompanied by a parent or guardian when volunteering. Other age restrictions may apply to certain eligible volunteer opportunities.
Program begins January 1, 2010 and continues until all tickets are distributed or until December 15, 2010, whichever occurs first. You may only sign up a maximum of 8 members of your household. Please visit the Give a Day – Get a Day site for complete program terms and conditions.

Do a search by zipcode and you will see there are TONS of places needing your help so it should be easy to find something you can do.  Who knows, if you’ve never been much into volunteering before, this could open a whole new world of giving for ya.

I live in Florida near the Magic Kingdom so I’ll probably go to Epcot, MGM Studios, the Magic Kingdom or the Animal Kingdom.

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