Remember the first time you rode a roller coaster? The excitement, the laughs, and the joy? You can help give all that to children and families who need it most. Local amusement parks from around the country have partnered with Give Kids The World Village to host Coasting for Kids fundraisers. Your day of fun helps us give children with life-threatening illnesses and their families dream vacations in Orlando, FL, the theme park capital of the world.
Pick your favorite amusement park from those listed above. Register for the event, and create your personal fundraising page. Raise at least $100 before the event, and you’ll get to celebrate with us at and exclusive park event!
Want to highlight a new attraction, increase attendance during the off-peak season, boost sales or showcase your goodwill to your community? Register your amusement park to host your own Coasting for Kids event. Give Kids The World Village much like an amusement park is a place where families make memories to last a lifetime. You can be part of that by hosting a Coasting for Kids fundraiser. It’s a great way to impact your community and help some very special children and families!
Sign up for Coasting For Kids and get in on the fun!
Complete the Park Participant form and return it to Monai Rooney via email email@example.com or call 407-396-1114 ext. 4540.
Our first Coasting for Kids event dates are set. Join us August 16 at Quassy in Middlebury, CT to enjoy the park’s modern and classic rides. Or, dust off your cowboy boots for some good ol’ fashioned country fun at Frontier City in Oklahoma City, OK on September 16.
Give Kids The World Village is a 84-acre, nonprofit “storybook” resort in Central Florida. Children with life-threatening illnesses and their families are treated to weeklong, cost-free vacations, complete with accommodations, donated attraction tickets, meals and more. Since 1986, Give Kids The World Village has welcomed more than 160,000 families. For more information on our mission, visit www.givekidstheworld.org.
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