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Go ‘over the edge’ for Give Kids the World Village

by Brittani Tuttle
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76 brave supporters will rappel down the side of the Hyatt Regency Orlando to support Give Kids the World Village. Photo courtesy of Give Kids the World Village.

Next month, Give Kids the World invites supporters to challenge their fear of heights to help kids facing serious illnesses and their families.

Supporters will have to go “over the edge” and rappel 428 feet straight down as they overlook International Drive.

Those who are brave enough will gather on Feb. 9 to rappel down the side of the 32-story-tall Hyatt Regency Orlando, all to benefit Give Kids the World Village.

Give Kids the World Village is a nonprofit resort in Central Florida that gives dream vacations to critically-ill children and their families. These kids face the challenges of their treatment, hospital visits, doctor’s appointments and more with great courage, which the supporters must match if they are to go ‘over the edge.’

Rapellers must raise at least $1,000 to participate, and the event is limited to only 76 participants.

Our “Daycation Kingdom” vlogger Frauke Kerrigan will participate on behalf of Attractions Magazine. We welcome donations for Give Kids the World here.

For more information on the event, and Give Kids the World Village, visit gktw.org/overtheedge.

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