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Disney Community Champions

December 30th
Dear Champions Family! Deeply moving stories are arriving daily from people who participated in the Disney Stocking Stuffer Celebration. This video briefly shares a few of those stories. One woman involved more than 1,000 people to inspire the dreams of o…
December 27th
Rita created a stocking filled with Disney items fit for a princess to be distributed to a child spending this Christmas in the hospital.  Rita truly understands how fortunate she is to be blessed with good health, especially at this time of the year…
December 27th
Tonia celebrated this holiday season with iGive tickets.  When her son drew the ticket to “Choose Toys To Give To Others” he got to do the Champions For Kids Simple Service Project.  Together they created a Cars 2 stocking and donate…
December 27th
As Candace says, “the more love you give, the more you have. ”  At holiday time her daughter plays piano for the residents at a local senior center.  Showing her children about the generosity of spirit, she and her kids created stock…
December 27th
Cariann and her son donated the stockings they made to a domestic violence resource center so the women there could feel love and hope.  To learn more about her experience, read here.
December 27th
Brandy took her three girls shopping for Disney princess and Tinkerbell themed items.  They took their stocking to the local fire department so the firefighters could pass on the stocking.  After all, firefighters see firsthand how many children…
December 27th
While April’s intention was to bring cheer to another family, she says that the real gift was watching a child’s joy. She and her sons shopped for items for a two year old boy in their neighborhood.  The Lion King was the theme of the day…
December 22nd
My 4th grade Girl Scout troop at Washington Elementary in Fayetteville, Arkansas, stuffed #DisneyCFK stockings yesterday and gave them to our school counselor at Washington. They will be distributed to kids who are in the greatest need! – Sarah G. &…
December 22nd
At R.E. Baker Elementary in Bentonville, we did a Christmas SIMPLE Service project inspired by your Henkel Global Leadership Conference in October.  Thanks to the wonderful parents of “Baker Gives Back” we were able to buy the fleece to m…
December 22nd
This week at our 3rd grade musical, families stuffed stockings to share with Parson Hills Kindergarten. This #DisneyCFK Stocking Stuffer Celebration has touched many lives. And our Henkel volunteers come every week to volunteer and bring presents (a ton!!…

How it works: Instead of a typical holiday party, host a Disney Stocking Stuffer Celebration! Ask family, friends, and co-workers to bring appropriate items to place in Holiday stockings for children in need. Give the stockings to an organization in your community that serves children (like a school, religious organization, shelter, or nonprofit), and send us your great Report and Photos!

Disney SIMPLE Service Project Video

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