Walt Disney Birthplace Moves Into Phase Two of Restoration, Continues to Raise Money

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The Walt Disney Birthplace is continuing the restoration of Walt’s childhood home, now moving into the second phase of the project, asking for more crowdfunding.

Their campaign has already raised over $20,000 but needs to reach $40,000 to complete Phase Two.

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This second phase of the restoration process focuses on exterior beautification of the property, transforming the house with a restored front porch, white picket fence, rose gardens, trees, benches, and recreations of the original doors on the home. Victorian restoration windows will be installed and along with tribute Paver Stones for those who have donated already.

Front doors are now being manufactured and are sponsored by Garner Holt Productions, creators of theme park animatronics.

For their new Indiegogo campaign, there are some new perks:

4 new collectible pins
Embroidered polo shirt
Embroidered polo shirt
Dedicated picket fence posts
Dedicated picket fence posts

There are also several different other ways to support the project, such as sponsored rose bushes, trees, and benches.

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