Orlando Tree Trek to donate 100 percent of ticket sales
to Pulse shooting victims and their families
All ticket income on June 22 will go to the OneOrlando Fund
Kissimmee, Fla. (June 15, 2016) — In honor of the victims of the Pulse shooting and their families, Orlando Tree Trek Adventure Park will donate 100 percent of its ticket sales on Wednesday.
All of the ticket money from people who come to climb at the park on June 22 will be donated to the OneOrlando Fund, which will support victims and their families, the LGBTQ and Hispanic communities and other needs related to the shooting.
“This is an unthinkable tragedy that has hit our community hard,” said Pina Barbusci, who owns the park with her family. “We cannot imagine the loss the families and friends of the victims feel. We want to show our support for our community and LGBTQ friends, and this is the least we can do. Hate will not win in Orlando.”
Orlando Tree Trek is an aerial obstacle course that features 97 games and challenges for a variety of ages and skill levels. Tickets are available for those ages 7 and older, and departures start at 8:30 a.m.
Reservations must be made by calling 407-390-9999. Please visit www.orlandotreetrek.com for more information about the park.
More information about the OneOrlando Fund is available at www.oneorlando.org.