In honour of the 40-year relationship between Disney and Make-A-Wish, Disneyland Paris, and other Disney Parks around the world, began selling items from the Wishes Come True Blue colour collection today. For every item sold across Europe, the US & Canada, The Walt Disney Company will donate 25% of the retail price to Make-A-Wish® organisations (up to US $500,000) to help grant wishes for children. This marks The Walt Disney Company’s first colour collection in celebration and in support of its collaboration with a non-profit organization. Items from the collection sold at Disneyland Paris include spirit jerseys, Minnie Mouse headbands, and Loungefly backpacks.
Inspired by Make-A-Wish, this collection is the perfect way to recognize the life-changing power of a wish. Together Disney and Make-A-Wish have granted more than 140,000 wishes around the world. The Wishes Come True Blue colour collection is inspired by the official colour of Make-A-Wish and the stars on the collection are a wink to the organisation’s logo.
Since opening in 1992, Disneyland Paris has provided moments that matter to sick children, helping them to build emotional resilience and lighting up the lives of their families. Disneyland Paris has partnered with various organizations to fulfil the wishes of more than 20,000 children and is the leading destination outside of the United States for Make A Wish kids.
For more details plus Terms and Conditions, check out thewaltdisneycompany.eu/TrueBlueWishes.