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This Beasley Best Community of Caring report urges you to donate to efforts to help the Bahamas after the devastation of Hurricane Dorian. Read more below and please consider donating to Red Cross efforts HERE

Jermaine Bell, the boy who was raising money for a trip to Disney World for his 7th birthday and then donated it all to buy food for Hurricane Dorian evacuees, is going to “The Happiest Place On Earth” anyway and Mickey Mouse will pay for it.

Disney surprised Jermaine with a free vacation and Mickey gave it to Jermaine and his family in person.

CNN reported that Jermaine’s original plans to visit Disney were dashed when Dorian struck the Carolinas last week. Staying with his grandmother in Allendale, South Carolina, he spent what money he’d been saving for a trip to the theme parks on hundreds of hot dogs, chips and water to feed evacuees for free.

So, less than a week after closing up his hurricane hot dog stand, Disney employees along with Mickey showed up outside of an interview with Good Morning America to deliver his gift in person. Bell told CNN, “When Mickey came out, I was just really happy.”

Jermaine and his family will visit the Orlando parks sometime later this month when he’s not in school.

Six-year-old Jermaine Bell Surprised with Dream Walt Disney World Trip

Six-year-old Jermaine Bell of Jacksonville, Fla., spent more than a year saving money for an upcoming birthday trip to Walt Disney World Resort in Florida. However, hurricane Dorian changed Jermaine's plans in a big way. Millions of people have since been inspired by the story of this little boy's selfless act of compassion.

You can help the situation by donating to the Red Cross’s efforts HERE.