Association of the Hitwg Camps, Inc. Overview
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Geographic areas served: International
The Association of Hole in the Wall Camps' camp services program assists with the establishment of new camps around the world and maintaining the highest quality of existing camp programs. We provide potential future camps with consultations to help build their camp locations, establish programming, train staff members, and develop their strategic plans. In addition, we monitor our camps and programs annually to ensure that all of them maintain the superior level of performance required at a camp that bears the 'Hole in the Wall Camp' name.
The Association of Hole in the Wall Camps is an international family of camps that provide life-changing experiences to children with serious illnesses and life-threatening medical conditions, always free of charge. Our programs give kids who are sick the opportunity to celebrate simply being a kid – to feel normal. Our goal is to make a positive, lasting impact on the lives of children by extending our programs to as many eligible children as possible around the world.
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toni the tiger
As a mom and a kid’s book writer, I have volunteered for lots of non-profits over the years. None of my volunteering experiences have had such a powerful effect on me as Hole in the Wall Camps. I have volunteered as a “Family Pal” at Family weekends for kids with sickle cell and ... more »
I have been volunteering at two of the Hole in the Wall Gang Camps for the last fourteen years. I’ve done just about every volunteer job there is: cabin counselor, family pal, parent group facilitator, lifeguard, work-camp leader, musician, fundraising helper. I’ve even run lights for ... more »
I cannot speak highly enough about my experience at The Hole in the Wall Gang Camp. As a child with a serious medical condition, "normal" is something you don't get to experience. But at camp, the fact that every kid has an illness makes it normal. The "sick kid" identity most of us are forced to ... more »