A Sherlock Carol: Supporting Hole in the Wall Gang Camp

A Sherlock Carol is raising funds for The Hole in the Wall Gang Camp, founded in 1988 by Paul Newman, with curtain speeches inviting donations from the audience in the spirit of giving this holiday season.

The Hole in the Wall Gang Camp provides “a different kind of healing” to thousands of children with serious illnesses and their families annually – all completely free of charge. For many of these children and families, Hole in the Wall provides multiple Camp experiences throughout the year at the facility in Ashford, Conn., in dozens of hospitals and clinics, directly in camper homes and communities, and through other outreach activities across the Northeast and mid-Atlantic.

“Over the years, I have had a proud association with The Hole In The Wall Gang Camp,” said playwright/director of A Sherlock Carol, Mark Shanahan. “In fact, it was meeting campers, their family members, and camp staffers that inspired me to envision A Sherlock Carol’s grown-up Tiny Tim as someone who, with a little help from a certain benefactor, battled illness and went on to help others do the same. And just like Scrooge did, we can all keep Christmas in our hearts throughout the year by donating to this remarkable organization.”

A poster will be available in our lobby with the QR code to make a donation.

You can donate NOW from your phone using the QR code below, or at https://give.holeinthewallgang.org/sherlockcarol

Learn more about The Hole in the Wall Gang Camp at www.holeinthewallgang.org.


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