A special event for the holiday season is coming to Give Kids The World Village in Central Florida: Night of a Million Lights!
Give Kids The World Village is a non-profit resort that provides a “storybook” setting where children with critical illnesses together with their families enjoy weeklong vacations (including transportation, tickets to theme parks, and more) at no cost. From November 13, 2020 through January 3, 2021, the Give Kids The World website shares that “the Village will come alive with A Night of a Million Lights!”
This walk-through holiday light spectacular will showcase more than one million lights in the 84-acre Village!
Though the Village is currently closed due to the global health situation, preparations are in place for this special event. Tickets for Night of a Million Lights will go on sale in early October, and all ticket sales will benefit Give Kids The World Village. The website’s announcement also shares that corporate and community partners may adopt and even decorate a villa, and more information can be found on the Give Kids The World website, gktw.org.
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