Hole in the Wall Gang Camp - Healing Feeling Stories - Family Weekends

| February 6, 2017

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Different than Alex’s Lemonade Stand, this video by Hole in the Wall Gang Camp, tells the compelling story of James and Emily’s family experience with this organization. Hole in the Wall Gang Camp is a place where seriously ill children and their families can escape their daily lives and enjoy what camp has to offer. In the video, you hear what the parents, sister, and camper herself have to say about their time at camp. This gives the viewer a full perspective of the organization’s impact through the joy of the beneficiaries. The video is sincere, engaging, and overall draws you into what the organization offers.

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