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MMC'89 HALL OF FAME

Our MMC'89 Initiative spotlights inspiring individuals and organizations creating impact in their communities and around the world.

 

Inspired by the Mickey Mouse Club's iconic 'Hall of Fame Day,' we highlight and celebrate Entrepreneurs, Community Leaders, Athletes, Writers, Inventors, Entertainers and Business Executives, and in partnership with Be Great!, Humanitarians making an extraordinary contribution to the planet.

 

We also provide grants to organizations aligned with our philanthropic purpose guided by the 17 Global Goals for a better world by 2030.

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Nominate an extraordinary person that you believe should be inducted into our Hall of Fame

MEET A FEW OF OUR INDUCTEES

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Emily Lartigue

At the height of the COVID-19 pandemic, she launched a food pantry that served more than 10,000 Cast Members in need

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Kellen Jackley

Former wish kid and now Child Ambassador for Give Kids the World Village providing cost-free vacations for critically ill children to Disney.

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Nika King

Actress and philanthropist Nika King (HBO's "Euphoria") honored for her humanitarian work with a $2,500 grant to her Rose of Sharon.

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Quincy Jones was inducted into our Hall of Fame at the Walt Disney Concert Hall in downtown Los Angeles. He was honored for his incredible contribution to music and philanthropy.

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