$25,000 GRANTed by Disney to Arnold Palmer Hospital for Children

Arnold Palmer Hospital for Children recently received $25,000 from Walt Disney World Resort through Disney Grants. 

Arnold Palmer Hospital for Children recently received $25,000 from Walt Disney World Resort through Disney Grants. Arnold Palmer Hospital will use the funding to continue improving the health and quality of life of the children, families and communities served through hope, healing and compassion.

“Walt Disney World Resort has been an invaluable supporter of Arnold Palmer Hospital,” said John Bozard, President, Orlando Health Foundation. “Our decades-long partnership with Walt Disney World has been critical in advancing the level of care we provide to some of our youngest patients.”

Along with 120 other nonprofits and organizations throughout Orange, Osceola, Seminole, Lake and Polk counties, Arnold Palmer Hospital for Children was granted by Disney and received a special “Mousecar” award. In all, more than $5.6 million in Disney Grants will be awarded in support of efforts to positively impact the lives of over 300,000 local children and their families.

The grants support Central Floridians through a variety of services such as after-school programs for students, bonding activities for new parents and antibullying awareness skills.

April 15, 2016