Paul Newman founded The Hole in the Wall Gang Camp in Ashford, Conn., so that children coping with cancer and other serious illnesses could have a special place where they could simply be kids and “raise a little hell.”
The camp served 288 children during its first summer in 1988. Since then, the camp’s programs have grown to serve more than 20,000 children and family members annually throughout the Northeast. All of the camp’s services are provided free of charge.
The Hole in the Wall Gang Camp is the primary charity of the Travelers Championship, which donates 100 percent of net proceeds to charity. But Travelers and The Hole in the Wall Gang Camp have a strong connection that extends beyond Connecticut’s PGA TOUR event.
With Travelers' support and by positioning the camp as a charity partner in the Travelers Championship, The Hole in the Wall Gang Camp has greater visibility so that others can be inspired by what Paul Newman created and to help carry the torch into the future.
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