Globally, as part of the Disney Conservation Fund’s 20th anniversary, The Walt Disney Company has launched a new initiative aimed at reversing the decline of ten threatened species through scientific research, community collaboration and increasing the time children spend in nature. These species include coral reefs, sea turtles, sharks and rays.
Established on Earth Day in 1995, the Disney Conservation Fund (DCF) helps to protect the planet and connect children with nature. Supported by Disney and guest purchases and contributions at Walt Disney Parks and Resorts, DCF has proudly contributed $40 million in grants to non-profit organizations working in 115 countries.
For more information, visit Disney Conservation where you can find more information about the “Reverse the Decline, Increase the Time” initiative and book, as well as a list of supported organisations.