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This year, Family Volunteer Day lands on Nov. 17, and it’s a great time to get the family together to do some good in the world.
Still looking for an activity? You can pick one that earns you free Disney One-Day Park Hopper tickets.
Here’s what you need to know about the offer:
Volunteer with a project at a U.S. school or 501c3 nonprofit. Make sure the project meets Disney’s Charitable Giving Guidelines. Families and kids of any age can participate.
Not everyone participating will get a free ticket. Volunteer groups between 15 and 34 participants earn up to five tickets. For groups between 35 and 74, up to 10 tickets are earned. And large groups of 75 people can get up to 20 tickets. The organizers of individual events determine who gets the earned tickets.
Tickets are valid for two years from the issue date. So if tickets are issued on Nov. 20, 2018, they can be used until Nov. 20, 2020.
There’s no deadline to participate. You can volunteer on any day and reap the rewards. But a day like Family Volunteer Day helps inspire others to join you.
Signing up is easy. The giveaway is a joint effort between the Disney Parks and Points of Light, President George H.W. Bush’s foundation.
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