Mickey Mouse is celebrating its 90th anniversary, and what they're asking loyal fans to do is right in line with the true spirit of Christmas!
Disney is asking social media users to help make wishes come true for children with critical illnesses by showing off their Mickey Mouse ears.
For every photo shared, Disney will donate $5 to Make-A-Wish, hopefully reaching their $2 million goal.
According to Make-A-Wish's website, Disney has helped grant children more than 130,000 wishes since 1980, and that number is growing every year thanks to your support.
How You Can Make A Difference
From now until November 17, upload a public photo to Facebook, Instagram, or Twitter using the hashtag #ShareYourEars to make a difference.
You don't need to rush to the store to buy Mickey Mouse ears to participate! You can create your own out of anything!
Here are some adorable and creative ways people are participating in the challenge.
This is how you use your surroundings to your advantage.
We want to see how you Share Your Ears! For every public post of your Mickey Mouse ears or creative "ears"� on Facebook, Instagram or @Twitter using #ShareYourEars from November 4 - 17, 2018, Disney will donate US $5 (up to US $2 million) to @MakeAWish. https://t.co/50S9T39BK9 pic.twitter.com/3aNYuS6w8l— Disney Cruise Line (@DisneyCruise) November 6, 2018
Apples, hats, cinnamon buns, and flowers are also creative ways to share your ears.
And let's not forget CDs!
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EARS come in all different shapes and sizes just like our good friend @stevekingomaha from #CD1059 Keep spreading the word and sharing your Mickey Mouse ear photos, because each public post on Facebook, Instagram, or Twitter with #shareyourears from 11/4-11/17 unlocks a $5 donation to @makeawishamerica from @disney, up to $2million, to help grant life changing wishes! Now...LET'S SEE THOSE EARS!!
Of course, you can always just go with the classic Disney picture!
I'll be posting a picture a day to share my ears until November 17th 💕 Disney will donate $5 to Make-A-Wish for every public photo of Mickey Mouse ears posted onto Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter using the hashtag #ShareYourEars. LETS RAISE SOME MONEY ✨ pic.twitter.com/95kKFuesDA— daniela mejia (@Daniela_lalala) November 6, 2018
Keep in mind, every photo counts!