- Join Us
$35 for food, drinks and beer only
$10 for food and drinks (Kids 10+)
$150 per team for Corn Hole entry fee, food, drinks and beer
$70 Junior Bracket (Ages 10-14) includes Corn Hole entry fee, food and prize for the winning team
Kids under 10 eat free! HUGE playground and kids activities
Awesome Auction- watches, jewelry, gift certificates, wine baskets and more!
Prizes for the winning team
This year’s tournament will consist of three brackets:
All brackets are double elimination. Please be sure to register appropriately.
Prizes will be awarded to the top teams in each bracket.
Proceeds benefit Bringing Hope Home – Bringing Hope Home is a non-profit organization that provides Unexpected Amazingness to local families with cancer through financial and emotional support. Through the Light of Hope Family Grant Program, they offer a one-time grant to pay essential household bills for families with cancer.
Phoenixville’s Mary Fran and Brock Riffel hosted the first Corn Hole in 2009, with about 25 people in attendance. The event has grown each year and now attracts more than 275 guests who enjoy fun and great food in support of families with cancer.
In 2012, her brother Tom was diagnosed with cancer, and Mary Fran decided to dedicate the event to cancer charities. In spite of being weak from treatments and the amputation of his leg, Tom, a chef by trade, prepared a BBQ spread for 175 guests that year. He faced that loss and every other challenge with courage and determination until his death in 2014.
The Riffel’s are pleased to donate the proceeds from Corn Hole for a Cause to a great local cancer charity, Bringing Hope Home. “Through all of his treatments, we were lucky to spend time with Tom without the worry of bills, car payments or gas and tolls to visit him in the hospital. Families who have a member battling cancer not only have to think about how to pay for their medical bills, they also need to pay rent and mortgages, electric bills, car payments, and hospital visit expenses like parking and tolls, while keeping family spirits up. I love that Bringing Hope Home helps to take away some of this burden,” said Riffel.