I’m sure by now, you’ve probably heard of Disneyland’s FREE
ticket offer… “Give a Day, Get a Disney Day
.” Disney parks is hoping to inspire 1 million people to perform a day of volunteer service
to a participating organization in their community during 2010, by giving them a FREE
, one-day, one-theme park admission ticket to a Walt Disney World Resort or Dsineyland Resort theme park.
But did you know that one of our very favorite & very local, service organizations is one of the “participating organizations?” Yep! Yep! SaveOurBeach.org
is one of the many local Orange County non-profits where you can volunteer your time & get a FREE
one-day Disney Resort admission ticket. (You can search for other local, participating organizations HERE
.) Honestly, I know it sounds too good to be true, but it is! Who would have thought that getting a FREE ticket to Disneyland would be so easy & so much fun? (All it takes is about 4 hours!)
Ready to earn YOUR free tickets to Disneyland? If you want to participate in the “Give a Day, Get a Disney Day
” you must pre-register & sign-up HERE
(the easiest way to find the SaveOurBeach.org
opportunities is to search “Animals & Environment” volunteer opportunities & check the box that says “show opprotunities that allow parents/ guardians to bring volunteers under the age of 18.) Once you’ve registered & selected your beach clean up date (which should be easy, they have several clean ups a month), all you have to do next, is pile the entire family into the car, & head over to Seal Beach. SaveOurBeach.org
thinks of everything (all day parking passes, garbage bags, gloves will be provided), so all YOU have to do is – show up & participate.
Tickets are limited to the first million people who participate, so you might wanted to get started on this, sooner rather than later. In order to take part in the free ticket offer, participants must be a least 6 years old & each person can only receive one ticket, which must be used by December 15th, 2010.
To find out more about SaveOurBeach.org or upcoming beach clean-up dates, go HERE.