The Seine et Marne North branch of the Ile-De-France UNICEF committee and Disneyland Paris invited 130 children to the Parks in order to celebrate the World Children’s Day

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]On the occasion of the International Day of Children’s Rights, the Seine et Marne north branch of the « Ile de France East » Unicef Committee and Disney Paris invited 310 children to experience an unforgettable day in our Parks. Solidarity and generosity are values that Disney holds near and dear to its heart. Since its opening, Disneyland Paris has been carrying out actions, which positively impacts surrounding communities.

By inviting 310 children from Champs-sur-Marne, Combs La Ville, Grigny, Longperrier, Savigny le Temple and Torcy recreation centers, members of both the Torcy Urban Association and the Torcy Joy of Music Association for the Handicapped, Disneyland Paris and UNICEF proudly perpetuate the 25 year old legacy by providing these children with precious moments.

Throughout the day dedicated to this festive season, children were invited to attend Children’s Rights Awareness workshops conducted by UNICEF volunteers, to enjoy attractions and the brand new Disney Enchanted Christmas season and also celebrated 90 years of magic with Mickey.


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