With Inside Out scoring big on Oscar night, Disney is clearly starting 2016 off with a bang. But their wins during award season aren鈥檛 the only thing Walt鈥檚 magical company has to celebrate this year 鈥 after 35 years of making dreams come true, Disney has finally fulfilled its 100,000th wish for the Make-A-Wish foundation with seven-year-old neuroblastoma patient Luke鈥檚 visit to Disneyland this past October.

To celebrate their many years of wish-granting, Disney launched a campaign that鈥檚 sure to make your heart (or your snowman bestie) melt. Starting February 22, Disney will donate up to one million dollars to their wish-granting partner. There鈥檚 just one small catch: In order to unlock each individual five dollar donation, Disney and Make-A-Wish fans have to post a picture of themselves wearing Mickey ears on social media (Instagram, Facebook or Twitter) using the hashtag #ShareYourEars on or before March 14th. Posting a selfie to send a sick kid to Disneyland? This is what we鈥檝e been training for, people!


鈥淔or 35 years, Walt Disney Parks and Resorts has been proud to work with Make-A-Wish to make dreams come true for thousands of children, and now we鈥檙e excited to give Disney fans the opportunity to help us make a difference for even more,鈥 said Bob Chapek, chairman of Walt Disney Parks and Resorts. With over 8,000 Disney-related wishes granted every year, it鈥檚 no wonder the foundation is near and dear to Disney鈥檚 heart. So far, the support has poured in from celebrities like Neil Patrick Harris (who hosted Sunday鈥檚 ABC special, The Wonderful World of Disney: Disneyland 60), Fifth Harmony, Jimmy Kimmel, Tori Kelly and many, many more.


But the magic doesn鈥檛 end there for guests visiting the Disneyland Resort in Anaheim, California. The resort is also selling special, collectible 60th Anniversary Ear Hats, inscribed with the message 鈥淲ishes Really Do Come True.鈥 All proceeds from the hats (up to an additional $150,000) will also benefit the Make-A-Wish foundation. Whether your spring break plans include a D-Land getaway or not, one thing is for sure: There鈥檚 never been a better time to post an adorable Disney selfie.

Have you posted a #ShareYourEars selfie? Tag @BritandCo on Instagram or @BritandCo on Twitter 鈥 we鈥檇 love to see!

(Photos via @PTXofficial, @Disneyland and @ToriKelly)