Lots of smiles, joy, plenty of dancing, hype and cheers started off this year’s Hole In The Wall Gang Camp Week at CHOP (Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia).
The Carole Landis Foundation was once again a co-sponsor of this annual hospital outreach event which brings the fun of summer camp to kids facing serious illness.
This summer’s Camp Week at CHOP theme was Super Heroes and included the always popular Slime Day where the kids get to slime their doctors and medical staff.
The Hole in the Wall Gang Camp was founded in 1988 by Paul Neumann. In addition to a medically supervised sleepover camp open for eight weeks in Connecticut, the camp runs other programs, including the hospital outreach program, that serve more than 20,000 kids and family members throughout the Northeast each year. To learn more, visit www.holeinthewallgang.org.
Check out a sweet, funny and moving video featuring this year’s campers and events here:
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