What makes the Travelers Championship so special and important is its true purpose – helping to support charities throughout our community. The tournament’s mission of giving back has had a direct impact on more than hundreds of nonprofit organizations, including The Hole in the Wall Gang Camp, which serves children and families coping with cancer and other serious illnesses. The Travelers Championship is proud to be a PGA TOUR event, which donates 100% of net proceeds each year to nonprofit organizations throughout New England. In 2020, the Travelers Championship generated $1.6 million for more than 150 charities throughout the region. The tournament has contributed more than $44 million to the local community since its inception in 1952.
Founded in 1988 by Paul Newman, The Hole in the Wall Gang Camp provides “a different kind of healing” to more than 20,000 seriously ill children and family members annually – all completely free of charge. For many of these children and families, Hole in the Wall provides multiple Camp experiences throughout the year.
“The Travelers Championship has provided Hole in the Wall with a local and national platform to share our story, allowing us to build greater awareness for our year-round programming,” said Camp CEO Jimmy Canton. “Thanks to this partnership, we have been able to expand our programming to serve more seriously ill children while also providing deeper levels of care to their families.”
Each summer, The Hole in the Wall Gang Camp provides weeklong camping experiences that seamlessly incorporate round-the-clock medical care so that campers can participate in horseback riding, fishing, archery and other activities. In the process, the campers discover that they can do more than they ever thought possible while also forming friendships with other children just like them. Throughout the rest of the year, the Camp hosts family weekends, makes daily hospital outreach visits in more than 40 locations across the Northeast and delivers programming right to camper homes and hometowns.
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2021 Tournament Charities
Acts 4 Ministry, Inc.
Ädelbrook Behavioral & Developmental Services
African Caribbean American Parents of Children with Disabilities, Inc. (AFCAMP)
Amy’s Angels Corporation
Animal Friends of Connecticut
Ann’s Place Inc.
Barnstable Clean Water Coalition
Ben Bronz Foundation, Inc.
Beth El Center
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Southwestern Connecticut
Birdies for the Brave, PGA TOUR Charities
Bogies for the Brave
Boys & Girls Club of Hartford
Boys & Girls Club of Milford
Bridgeport Caribe Youth Leaders
Bridgeport Rotary Club Foundation
Capital Classics Theatre Company
Catholic Charities Archdiocese of Hartford
Central Connecticut Coast YMCA
Center for Children’s Advocacy
Children’s Law Center of Connecticut, Inc.
Chrysalis Center, Inc.
Community Renewal Team, Inc.
Connecticut Food Bank/Foodshare
Connecticut Humane Society
Connecticut Legal Rights Project
Connecticut Valley Symphony Orchestra
Conquer Brain Tumors
Covenant Preparatory School
Covenant To Care for Children
Creative Living Community of CT
Cromwell Creative District
CT Breast Health Initiative, Inc.
CT Orthopedic Foundation
CT REALTORS ® Foundation
Disabled American Veterans Dept of Connecticut
East Berlin United Methodist Church
Family Intervention Center
Farmington Valley Symphony Orchestra
Fidelco Guide Dog Foundation, Inc.
First Tee – Connecticut
For All Ages, Inc.
Gifts of Love, Inc.
GIL Foundation, Inc.
Group of Citizens Boy Scouts of America Troop 26 Cromwell, CT
Hands on Hartford
Harmony on the Sound Chorus
Hartford Artisans Weaving Center
Hartford Performs, Inc.
Hartford Youth Scholars
Healing Meals Foundation Corporation
Hospital for Special Care
InterCommunity Health Care Inc
Jordan Porco Foundation
Judy Dworin Performance Project, Inc.
Kado Pet Foundation
Literacy Volunteers of Greater Hartford
Lions Low Vision Center of Eastern Connecticut – District C
Lions Low Vision of Fairfield & New Haven Counties, Inc.
Litchfield County Creating Hope
Malta House of Care Mobile Medical Clinic
Manchester Symphony Orchestra and Chorale
Medical Aid to Haiti (MATH)
Michael Bolton Charities
Middlesex Community College Foundation
Middletown Rotary Charity Fund
National Federation of the Blind
Nest Egg Foundation, Inc.
New Foundations, Inc.
New Horizons, Inc.
No Animal Left Unfed Inc.
North Central Area Agency on Aging
Northeast Opportunities for Wellness (NOW), Inc.
Northern Middlesex YMCA
OIC of New London County, Incorporated
Operation Fuel, Inc.
Our Companions Animal Rescue
Protectors of Animals, Inc.
Ray of Light Farm, Inc.
Ron Foley Foundation
Save the Kid Fund, Inc.
Senior Resources – Agency on Aging
Services for the Elderly of Farmington
Shepard Meadows Therapeutic Riding Center
Sound of New England Chorus
Special Olympics Connecticut
South Park Inn
Susan D. Fynn Oncology Nursing Development Program, Inc.
Tail to Paw
TANGO2 Research Foundation
The Caring Community of CT
The Center for Family Justice, Inc.
The Children’s Law Center of Connecticut, Inc.
The Cove Center For Grieving Children
The Mark Twain House & Museum
The Salvation Army of Greater Hartford
The Hole in the Wall Gang Camp
Therapeutic Research Foundation, Inc.
Tunxis Community College Foundation
Ulbrich Boys & Girls Club
Voice Against Lyme Disease CT
Warm the Children – Kiwanis Foundation of Middletown, Inc.
Winterfest Hartford (iQuilt Partnership)
YMCA of Greater Hartford
18th Hole Stroll for Pancreatic Cancer Research