At Walt Disney World they value their partnership with local non-profits in the five county Central Florida region. They would like to extend a very special opportunity to their friends at non-profit organizations in Orange, Osceola, Lake, Polk, and Seminole Counties.
Mickey’s Attic is a magical “space” where you can browse and select surplus merchandise and in-kind items free of charge to use as incentives for your volunteers, as door prizes at your events, or even provide to your clients. We want you to browse through the attached catalog and send us your request for items . All they ask is that you use creativity to make the best possible use of them to further your mission, vision and goals. Not only will Mickey’s Attic provide you access to these unique items, it will help them in their ongoing zero-waste efforts as a good citizen of our natural world.
Click here to view the current catalog and fill out a submission form. Once the form is received, it will be evaluated and a confirmation will be sent.
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