Hong Kong Disneyland Resort has been committed to help building a stronger community. We believe the power of Disney magic can make a positive difference to our community. We partner with community leaders and non-profit organizations to understand the social needs and create impactful initiatives that support families in getting through life challenges, and promote quality moments of togetherness or help people dream big.

Dress Well

Hong Kong Disneyland Resort and Hong Kong Children's Hospital (HKCH) joined hands to design new patient clothing which embraces practicality and fun elements, encouraging the children patients with Disney’s magic and power.
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Wish Granting

Since Disney granted its first wish in 1980 at Disneyland, the Company has fulfilled more than 130,000 wishes to seriously ill children around the world. Hong Kong Disneyland Resort has supported hundreds of wishes since its opening, bringing life-changing experiences to children in need.
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Magical Celebration

Using the powerful combination of our immersive attraction, beloved characters and legendary creativity, Hong Kong Disneyland Resort is working constantly with local non-profit organizations and patient-support groups to offer inspiring experiences and quality togetherness moments to children and families in need.
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Disney VoluntEars

The Disney VoluntEARS program was established in 1983 and has since touched upon 42 countries around the world, bringing the magic of Disney to those in need. In Hong Kong Disneyland, our Disney VoluntEARS contribute nearly 8,000 service hours every years to serve the local community.
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Family Volunteerism

As a responsible family-friendly company, Hong Kong Disneyland highly support family volunteerism to build a caring society. Voluntary work allows a family to work as a team, to create the quality moment of togetherness. “Family Plus” scheme encourages parents doing voluntary work together with kids at their earlier stage as a good civic education opportunity to form positive values.

Give A Day Get A Disney Day

"Give a Day. Get a Disney Day" scheme was launched by Agency for Volunteer Service and Hong Kong Disneyland Resort in 2010 to promote volunteer service. Volunteers who have completed eight hours of service will have a chance to receive a one-day complimentary admission ticket to Hong Kong Disneyland via the service organization. Since its launch, nearly 16 million services hours have been generated under the scheme. More details are available at Join us to be a member to promote volunteering in Hong Kong together.

Disney Imaginations Hong Kong

The Disney Imaginations Hong Kong Design Competition was first launched in 2011. It was the first time that Walt Disney Imagineering had held such a contest in another part of the world. Students from selected design institutions use their technical, artistic and creative skills to propose concepts for a Disney attraction, resort hotel, restaurant or entirely new entertainment experience or product.

This is a great opportunity to showcase the talents for integrating innovative and globally diverse ideas with a passion of Disney.
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We Did it

Hong Kong Disneyland Resort, together with the Committee on Home-School Co-operation, have been hosting the “We Did It!” Award Scheme since 2013. The scheme is well recognized by primary schools throughout Hong Kong, with significant numbers of participants every year. It encourages and gives recognition to primary students’ active and enthusiastic participation in non-academic development. We believe, with parents’ support, the students can dream and reach for the sky with their unlimited imagination and potential.
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Hong Kong Disneyland Resort is passionate about nurturing and finding talents who aspire to develop their career in the entertainment and hospitality industries. Every year, we offer Disney Scholarships to performing arts, design, hotel, travel and tourism, hospitality and engineering students. We also provide internship opportunities for students to realize their career aspirations and pursue lifetime dreams.

FoodLink – Surplus Food donation

Since 2014, HKDL has collaborated with Foodlink to collect surplus food to distribute to those in need, including elderly homes, underprivileged families and children. Over the years, HKDL has collected over 60 tons of food, helping to create more than 143,000 meals. HKDL’s VoluntEARs program and Foodlink have together organized several community activities, such as cooking classes, children’s parties, talks and more. The partnership’s beneficiaries include the underprivileged and elderly from different districts to share happiness and the message of food appreciation around the town.

Community Involvement Program

Hong Kong Disneyland Resort is bringing magical experience to families in need through the Community Involvement Program. The program gives out complimentary Park admission tickets through local registered NGOs to underprivileged and families for them to have a memorable and joyful experience at our Resort.

Interested registered NGOs or charitable organizations should submit an online application form through the link provided below and upload a copy of your charity status certification issued by the Inland Revenue Department (IRO-88).

Online application