The 8th Annual Cornhole Challenge
Saturday, October 5th | Brambleton Fall Festival
The heart of The Cornhole Challenge has always been ensuring that worthy organizations have the resources they need to make a significant difference for our neighbors in the communities where we live and work.
This year, The Cornhole Challenge will focus on three pillars - serving non-profit initiatives that help educate young minds, shelter the homeless, and care for individuals and animals in need: The Children's Science Center, HomeAid Northern Virginia, and the YMCA Loudoun.
Your support means…
STEM Programming and a Love of Learning for Northern Virginia’s Children
The Children’s Science Center is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization and interactive museum where children, families and school groups can explore science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) concepts through fun, engaging hands-on exhibits, activities and programs. It serves more than 70,000 visitors a year at the Children’s Science Center Lab at Fair Oaks Mall and through community programs delivered to schools, libraries and STEM festivals across Northern Virginia. Its mission is to inspire a love of learning STEM by providing unique opportunities to explore and create. Its vision is to create a world-class interactive science center that ignites the curiosity in all of us.
Homes for Those Without Them
HomeAid Northern Virginia connects vetted local non-profits serving those affected by homelessness with homebuilding experts who generously donate their time, resources, and expertise to create dignified, safe, and stable spaces that foster healing and growth. The organization also hosts other events and activities that supplement the work of its non-profit partners.
An Early Childhood Education for Kids in Loudoun County
YMCA Loudoun County is committed to nurturing the potential of kids, promoting healthy living and fostering a sense of social responsibility. The Y ensures that every individual has access to the essentials needed to learn, grow and thrive. They provide critical programs that nurture the potential of kids and challenge them to be caring and responsible individuals in society. Funds from The Cornhole Challenge will be used to decrease the financial demand of quality childcare and other programs for low-wage earning and underemployed parents and guardians.