ABOUT THE EVENT
The Cornhole Challenge began in 2012 to raise money for children and youth in need. The first event raised over $10,000 for StandUp For Kids, a non-profit organization dedicated to helping homeless and at-risk children throughout America. All proceeds went directly to the Washington, DC chapter.
In 2013, we partnered with the Brambleton community to hold the Cornhole Challenge in conjunction with the Brambleton Fall Festival. More than 30 teams participated to raise $8,500 to help start the first Camp Kesem program at the College of William & Mary. Camp Kesem is a non-profit organization that organizes college-run summer camps throughout America for children whose parents have been affected by cancer.
Over the past three years, The Cornhole Challenge has raised more than $150,000 for HomeAid Northern Virginia, an organization that builds and renovates housing for the homeless. Read to learn more about the impact of your support over the years.
Your support of the Cornhole Challenge will support the American dream for veteran families, provide counseling and other services to victims of bullying, support for families of children with cancer, better education for at-risk children, and homes for those without them.
Each registering team will choose from one of the following five organizations (or general donations) and all funds raised by that team will go directly to that organization. Find out what makes the organizations we've selected so special.
The Van Metre
Attn: The Cornhole Challenge
9900 Main St, Suite 500
Fairfax, VA 22031
October 7, 2017
Brambleton Town Center
42365 Soave Drive
Brambleton, VA 20148