Haiti, Buzz Lightyear, and Disney Timeshare Vacations

The Timeshare Authority Blog ran a two-part update last week on some of the many efforts being made by the hospitality and timeshare sales and timeshare resales industries to help the relief efforts in Haiti. If you missed them, you can find these timeshare blog posts here:

But help for Haiti is taking many creative directions. Here’s an interesting option that I learned about on the Mousekingdom Blog along with insights for your next Disney timeshare vacation.

Disney Finds Unique Way to Help Haiti

Film director, Lee Unkrich is currently making Toy Story III from the popular Disney*Pixar movie series. As a way to help provide relief funds to Haiti while sharing a special opportunity with fans of Woody, Buzz Lightyear, Mr. Potato Head and the other Toy Story characters, Unkrich has set up an auction page through Ebay to benefit the Clinton Bush Haiti Fund. On this auction site, you will find select items of Pixar memorabilia. Included are autographed pieces, such as a Tom Hanks Woody Doll, items signed by Don Rickles, John Ratzenberger, and Tim Allen, as well as other original items from the movie crew.

This is just one more way to get involved in the global relief efforts to help the people of Haiti, and for Disney movie fans, a unique opportunity. It is also an ideal way to share more about the concepts of giving with your children or grandchildren, especially as part of your family plans for an Orlando vacation.

Your Orlando Disney Timeshare Vacation

There are more Orlando timeshares than timeshares in any other city in the world—meaning you can have your vacation choice. Whether you stay in a Disney Vacation Club timeshare or one of the many other popular Orlando timeshare resorts, you’ll no doubt plan time at the Disney theme parks. Be sure to include a ride on Buzz Lightyear’s Space Ranger Spin, a video game-based ride in the Magic Kingdom that recreates the magic of Buzz Lightyear and the Evil Emperor Zurg from Disney*Pixar’s film Toy Story II.

Thank you, Mousekingdom Blog for the update on this charitable auction.