Live Podcast: Wrestleview’s annual Christmas Party to help raise money for Camp Promise

Wrestleview Live returns tonight for our annual Christmas Party (aka the Chrimbus Craptacular) to help raise money for Camp Promise.

As we have done for nearly 10 years, the Wrestleview crew gathers to celebrate the Christmas season and take donations for Camp Promise, which is a a free, week-long camp for kids, teens, and adults with neuromuscular disorders.

Our focus will be to help raise money for Camp Promise-East, based in Connecticut.

The mission of Camp Promise is to provide a barrier-free, weeklong overnight camp for kids, teens, and adults with muscular dystrophy or select neuromuscular diseases—regardless of age, capability, or ability to pay. Our camper-focused programming builds independence, confidence, and life skills through traditional camp activities and by bringing campers new experiences through adaptation, technology, creativity, and special guests.

We are a welcoming community where campers learn from and support each other, fostering new and lasting friendships that extend beyond camp. We are committed to providing Camp Promise in a professional, safe, and respectful environment with a leadership team, trained volunteers, and licensed medical staff who support the needs of each and every camper.

Disclaimer: We should note that this will be similar to an office Christmas party, meaning alcohol will be involved along with random discussion about wrestling, sports and more!

You can check out a highlight of last year’s show below:

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