What is involved?

Our Disney Days Volunteers are essentially the backbone of what makes this event possible for siblings in foster care. Being able to share the magic with so many children can be fun and fulfilling.

Our volunteers will help with child transportation from the buses to the park, signing in groups, chaperoning throughout the day, helping to provide meals, and making sure each child has a memorable day with their sibling at Disneyland!


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What is involved?

Our Disney Days Volunteers are essentially the backbone of what makes this event possible for siblings in foster care. Being able to share the magic with so many children can be fun and fulfilling.

Our volunteers will help with child transportation from the buses to the park, signing in groups, chaperoning throughout the day, helping to provide meals, and making sure each child has a memorable day with their sibling at Disneyland!

Frequently Asked Questions

Do I need to pay admission to the park?

To attend Disney Days, we ask that volunteers sponsor a child in foster care as well as their own ticket. You are welcome to sponsor upfront or host a fundraising campaign through our organization!

Financial Requirements?

Each volunteer must sponsor a child to attend Disney Days. Single volunteer sponsorships are $280 and groups of 6 are $1,800. Individuals & groups who have their own annual park passes are eligible for a discounted sponsorship level.

How old do you have to be to volunteer for Disney Days?

All volunteers must be at least 18 years or older.

How long are the shifts?

For the benefit of the children's experience we ask all volunteers commit to the entire volunteer shift.

What are the event dates?

Dates for Disney World have yet to be chosen, but are tentatively scheduled for October of 2019.

Did you miss out on registering for 2019 Disney Days? Feel free to fill out the provided form for 2019 Disney Days Pre-Registration!

How many volunteers are there per child?

As the majority of the children attending are young, we aim to have one adult per child. Groups with older children might have one fewer adult in their group.

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