Disney to donate $1 million in Hurricane Michael relief

The Walt Disney Company announced that it will donate $1 million to help those impacted by Hurricane Michael. 

The money will be used to support disaster response, aid in relief efforts, and directly support those effected. 

“All of us here at Disney have the families and communities impacted by this powerful storm in our hearts,” said Robert A. Iger, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, The Walt Disney Company. “Florida has been our home for almost 50 years, and our contribution will support our neighbors as they rebuild their communities in the wake f this powerful storm.”

Additionally, Disney announced that employees who donate to relief organizations will have their donations matched dollar for dollar by the company. 

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