Update, If CHF is holding your tickets, I didnt realize if you park and take Ferry, that you go through bag check before you get on. I am now just outside the main gate by this building, across from Guest relations. Sorry for the confusion. We knew there would be things to work out this I am in a bright yellow Chelsea Hutchison tshirt. My phone nunber is 303-250-7739.
Join us at Disney's Magic Kingdom for a day in the park, raising Epilepsy Awareness. There are no discount tickets. At this time, we ask that you purchase tickets through the Disney site.
If you wish to purchase #STOMPDisney tshirts and swag bags, you may do so through this site. They will be mailed to you in time for the event if ordering before September 25, 2018.
We will have three group photo sessions and would love if you could join us. We aren't sure how big the crowd will be because many Floridians have seasons passes.
9:00 AM - Just inside the front gates of Magic Kingdom. After the photo we would love to all walk together through Main Street and into Fantasy Land raising awareness.
1:00 PM - Meet at the Carousel in Fantasy Land for another group photo. If the lines are not too long, we'd love everyone to ride together.
4:00 PM - Meet in front of the Castle
Service dogs are welcomed and encouraged.
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Funds raised by the foundation provide funding for fully-trained seizure-response dogs, life-saving movement monitors for those in need and grant wish trips to Epilepsy Awareness Expo and Day at Disneyland.
While this event is not a fundraiser for CHF, you are welcome to fund-raise to help us further our mission if you'd like. Scroll down for details on fundraising and some wonderful rewards for those who do.
Thank you to our National Sponsors
Our Donald Sponsors
and our Tinkerbell Sponsors
Set up your fundraising teams. You can fund raise even if you are not available to attend. Select "Yes, I would like to fund raise for The Chelsea Hutchison Foundation" at check-out to start the fun. We have some wonderful rewards for those who do. Raise
$500 - receive a STOMP Out Epilepsy Hoodie ($39 value)
$1000 - receive a Fitbit Alta ($149 value)
$2500 - receive an iPod Touch (32GB) ($199 value)
$5000 - receive an Apple Watch ($400 value)
**In addition, the top overall fundraising individual (all STOMPS combined), raising a minimum of $2,500, will receive an all-major expenses paid trip to Epilepsy Awareness Day at Disneyland in November, 2018 ($2,500 value). See below for details.
The Chelsea Hutchison Foundation grants comfort and hope to those affected by epilepsy through providing monitoring resources, vital information, and a safe haven for conversation and community.Our main goal is to raise awareness of SUDEP and to make a positive difference in the lives of individuals and families living with epilepsy.We raise funds to provide education about SUDEP and to provide seizure response dog grants, (what we believe to be) lifesaving movement monitors that help to protect against SUDEP and grant wish trips to Epilepsy Awareness Day and Expo at Disneyland.We stay up-to-date on current trends in medical technology in order to be able to provide the most effective devices as they become available.We respect the value and quality of life of every person living with epilepsy.We are dedicated to providing opportunities that allow individuals and families greater independence, increased confidence, ability to enjoy social environments, and community understanding.
Fundraising closes at 11:59 PM on September 30, 2018.
** This package includes airfare for up to 4 (Continental US only), 4 night's lodging at Homewood Suites (November 5-8, 2018), breakfast each morning, light dinner each night at the hotel, Meet and Greet, tickets to Disneyland for up to 4 on Epilepsy Awareness Day (November 7) and to California Adventure Park (November 8), round-trip transportation between CA airport and the hotel.
Park is open from 9:00 am to 6:00 pm on September 30th. We will post group photo opportunities and gatherings within the park as we get closer.