The star-studded event raised nearly $4 million for year-round programs that serve seriously ill children and their families.
North Kingstown, Rhode Island (October 28, 2021)—In 1988, Paul Newman founded The Hole in the Wall Gang Camp to provide a “different kind of healing” for children with serious illnesses and their families. In September, the Camp combined its three major annual fundraising events into one free, streaming celebration: “Many Hearts, One Dream: A ‘Hole’ Celebration of Camp Magic.” Campers performed alongside such celebrity friends as Corbin Bleu, Bradley Cooper, Charlie Day, Mary Elizabeth Ellis, Josh Groban, Jake Gyllenhaal, Christopher Jackson, Nikki M. James, David Letterman, Matthew McConaughey, Seth Meyers, Melissa Newman, Al Pacino, Lea Salonga, Kyra Sedgwick, Phillipa Soo, Blair Underwood, Bubba Watson, and Vanessa Williams. Individual and corporate supporters, including Toray Plastics (America), Inc., raised nearly $4 million to help children and their families experience, free of charge, a variety of Camp experiences throughout the year at the facility in Ashford, Connecticut, in more than 40 hospitals and clinics, directly in camper homes and communities, and through other outreach activities across the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic.
“We at Toray are honored to be a friend of The Hole in the Wall Gang Camp and grateful that we were able to gather virtually,” says Chris Voght, General Manager, Torayfan® Division. “We are living in a very challenging time, and it was important to us that we take the time to have some fun and celebrate with the campers and all who attended. It’s our privilege to support such meaningful work.”
Toray Plastics (America), Inc., is a leading manufacturer of polyester, polypropylene, and metallized films and polypropylene and polyethylene foams. The company is committed to environmental, social, and corporate governance and aims to contribute to society through the creation of new value with innovative ideas, technologies, and products that help address global issues. R&D is focused on the development of materials that are fossil fuel-free, compostable, biodegradable, and/or recyclable. The company’s sustainability initiative, launched in 2004, includes the operating of one of Rhode Island’s larger solar farms and two cogeneration systems, energy and water conservation, recycling, and zero landfill.
Toray Plastics (America) is a subsidiary of the Toray Group, which believes that materials can change lives and provide real solutions to the challenges the world faces. The Toray Group is the world leader in synthetic fibers and textiles, carbon fibers, plastics, chemicals, pharmaceuticals, and high-performance films and has annual sales exceeding US$21 billion. For more information about Toray Plastics (America)’s products, contact Mary Osso at firstname.lastname@example.org or 401-667-2281. Toray Plastics (America), Inc., headquarters is located at 50 Belver Avenue, North Kingstown, RI 02852-7500; telephone 401-294-4511, fax 401-294-3410. Visit the Toray Plastics (America), Inc., website at www.toraytpa.com.