This Saturday, Sept. 21, more than 130 SeaWorld Orlando team members and their families will collect hundreds of pounds of trash from the Canaveral National Seashore during the 2013 International Coastal Cleanup. Last year, volunteers across the globe celebrated this important day by collecting more than 10 million pounds of trash.
Did you know one in seven households struggle with hunger in the United States?
The Friday before Easter, a group of dedicated SeaWorld Orlando team members hosted an Easter party for the children at Arnold Palmer Hospital in downtown Orlando. Kids were able to take a break from their treatments and enjoy a special Easter celebration just for them, featuring some famous SeaWorld characters.
Acting as company presidents, CEOs, bankers and even the mayor, 5th graders from a San Diego elementary school jumped from the classroom to the boardroom for some hands-on experience in the world of business – with the help of SeaWorld San Diego.
SeaWorld Orlando team members recently volunteered their time to help moms and dads “shop” for holiday gifts for their families at the Salvation Army’s Toy Shop.
SeaWorld Orlando has always worked hand-in-hand with local organizations to brighten the lives of families facing difficult situations and this year is no exception. We have been out and about in the community spreading holiday cheer.
SeaWorld Orlando Team Members Volunteer at Second Harvest Food Bank and Canine Companions for Independence
Recently, SeaWorld Orlando team members volunteered their time at Second Harvest Food Bank, Central Florida’s largest food bank, and Canine Companions for Independence (CCI), the largest assistance dog organization in the world.