Amazing Walk-Through Holiday Village With Lights Borrowed from Disney Set to Raise Millions for Critically Ill Children
The holiday lights at non-profit Give Kids the World were donated by Disney Land and are projected to raise millions for critically ill kids.
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An incredible Florida display featuring 89-acres of holiday lights is helping kids with critical illnesses this winter.
The sets include a giant mushroom, an ice-cream palace spaceship, and a giant upside down toy box. They all illuminate the night sky in Kissimmee as a part of ‘Night of a Million Lights’—a walk-through show made up of, in fact, over 3.2 million lights.
Give Kids The World, a non-profit resort that provides vacations for sick children and their families, opened the dazzling display in November—and the proceeds will be used to support the granting of children’s wishes when the village reopens in January 2021.
“It’s just taking advantage of all of the whimsical things we have and bringing them to life with color and lights,” said Pamela Landwirth, President and CEO of Give Kids The World.
A 150-foot tunnel, a gingerbread arch, and an entire mini-golf course are part of the 45 villas that have been lit up with lights donated by the Walt Disney World Resort.