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CHOC Adventure in the Park

August 27, 2022


 

Registration Information


To ensure the best experience for our CHOC supporters, there is a limited number of tickets available for this year's event.
Please read this information carefully in order to reserve your spot for this year's 30th anniversary celebration.

 









































































 


Registration Guidelines

  • Participants must raise a minimum of $200 to attend the CHOC Adventure in the Park event at Disney California Adventure® Park.
    • This total may be reached through personal payments, donations from others or a combination of both.
  • You will need to decide during registration if you plan to attend the event inside Disney California Adventure® Park, or be a virtual fundraiser who does not attend the event in-person.
    • Participants who elect to attend the event will be required to put a credit card on file in order to secure their spot for the event.
      • A nonrefundable registration fee of $50 will be charged in order to save payment details.
    • Participants who have not reached the minimum by the August 20 deadline will be charged for the remainder of the balance or forfeit their spot.
  • If you can no longer attend the event, please fill out this form as soon as possible so we may open these spots up to other participants. The deadline to forfeit your spot to not be charged is Thursday August 18 by 12pm.
  • *If you elect to be a virtual fundraiser during registration and then change your mind at a later time, you will need to contact our office at chocwalk@choc.org to confirm this change. 
    • Event tickets are subject to availability; reaching the $200 minimum does not guarantee your ticket to the event. When you contact the CHOC office, we will confirm if spots are still available at that time. 
  • Little guests, ages 2 and younger, do not require an admission ticket and are not required to meet the $200 minimum fundraising requirement​.
  • To pre-register for the Disability Access Service (DAS) program at the Disneyland® Resort - click here.




Registration Timeline & Deadlines

 
  • Monday, August 15, 2022: fundraising deadline reminder email.  
    • All participants who selected to attend the event in-person during registration will be sent a reminder email about the upcoming fundraising deadline details.
    • Registrants will have the chance to make a donation into their accounts or drop-off funds during our office hours in order to meet the $200 minimum.
    • They will also have the option to forfeit their spot and elect to not to have their credit card charged - deadline to forfeit spot August 18 at 12pm.
  • Thursday, August 18: deadline to forfeit your spot. 
    • 12 pm: deadline to forfeit your spot to not be charged. 
      • Participants that do not wish to attend the event will need to fill out this form by 12pm in order to not have their credit card charged for the balance. This will release that spot to other participants.
  • Saturday, August 20: fundraising deadline
      6 pm: fundraising deadline--credit cards charged 
      • All registrants who were sent reminder emails, and have less than $200 in their accounts, will have their credit cards charged for the remainder amount at 6pm.
        • If your credit card on file declines, then you will have until 10am on Monday, August 22, to update your payment details. Otherwise your spot will be forfeited. 
  • Monday, August 22, 10 am: remaining spots filled
    • Anyone who registers after this time will need to pay the full $200 in order to register to secure a ticket to the CHOC Adventure in the Park.
      • You still have the ability to fundraise for higher prize levels, subject to availability.

 
 

Creating A Team

  • Participants have the option to register as an individual or create a team, similar to previous CHOC Walk events.
  • Creating a team allows participants to join forces with friends, family or coworkers to fundraise together and coordinate team plans on event day.
    • Teams have the ability to work together to plan team fundraisers or events and use the collective funds to allocate across the team.
    • Each team member must still have the amount needed for each event package; being on a team does not constitute a different price or guarantee entry into the event.
    • Teams are also encouraged to plan safe event-day festivities for their members to add to the team energy, for example:
      • Create team shirts or themed attire for event photo locations (please refer to the Disneyland® Resort Park Rules for attire policies).
      • Plan a meeting time for one of the event activations around the Park, such as the DJ or World of Color show.
      • *Teams that will not attend the private party inside the Park are still encouraged to safely celebrate in their own communities in any way they choose!
  • Some of the team types include:
    • Grateful Family Teams: Teams with a direct connection to a patient who was treated at CHOC bring together their family and friends to walk for their CHOC hero.
    • Corporate Teams: Employees join forces within their own organization to promote a culture of giving and provide an opportunity for employee engagement.
    • Community Teams: Local clubs and organizations join together as a way to give back to their community.
    • CHOC Affiliate Teams: Hospital providers, staff and outside volunteer groups walk to honor their commitment to CHOC and the departments they support.


Offerings subject to availability, change or cancellation without notice, and are not guaranteed. View more information here.