Hole in the All Gang Camp is a nonprofit, year-round center that serves children and their families coping with cancer, sickle cell anemia, and other serious illnesses. Founded by Paul Newman in 1988, Hole in the Wall Gang Camp provides summer sessions and family weekend programs in Connecticut, and year-round outreach in hospitals and clinics throughout the Northeast. The Camp has served more than 17,500 children in 2011 alone and all services are free of charge.
Bubba Watson, 3-time PGA TOUR champion, has taken a hands on approach with the Hole in the Wall Gang. Watson, and his wife, Angie, actively participate at the Camp and have teamed up with Travis Mathew, a progressive golf clothing line, to create the Bubba Watson Junior tournament in which children ages 5 through 16 were free to participate. More than $25,000 was donated to The Victory Junction Gang in hopes to raise awareness and continue to provide terminally ill children a place to enjoy themselves and provide them some relief.
To learn more about the Hole in the Wall Gang, visit: HoleInTheWallGang.org.
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