May 13, 2017

Corn Maze

100% of our Corn Maze proceeds go to charity. This year, our family has selected the following four charities to benefit from the corn maze. When you purchase your corn maze admissions ($5 for adults, $2.50 for children), you get to select which charity will receive the money from your corn maze admission!

Mental Health Association of Frederick County: Mary Jane and Sam choose this charity for 2021.  COVID has been hard on the heart of so many folks.  The Mental Health Assoc. of Frederick County provides many resources that support the entire community. This is a local charity.

Ronald McDonald House Charities of Maryland: Eric, Julie, and Bailey Tingue choose this charity for 2021.  The Ronald McDonald House helps to care for the families of children with long term illnesses.  The Tingues have a heart for all those who suffer medically, especially children. This is a state charity.

Lutheran Social Services: Jordan, Lauren, and Wesley Berkhouse choose this charity for 2021. Lutheran Social Services is actively working to support the resettlement of Afghan refugee families in the Maryland, Virginia, and DC area. The Berkhouses are passionate about coming alongside our new neighbors who have experienced great loss. This is a national charity.

Child Restoration International: Jake, Sarah, Lucy, and Judah Roop choose this charity for 2021. CRI is passionately committed to the rescue and restoration of women and children who are at risk of sexual exploitation.  The Roops’ dear friend, Coray Watson, is the Orphan Outreach Advocate and Director of Adoption and Foster Care Support for CRI.  They want to support Coray in her foster care ministry. This is an international charity.

Our 2019 Results

Our 2019 Corn Maze for a Cause was a great success! Thank you for participating and donating! Together, we were able to raise $6,690 for five causes: Cleveland Clinic’s Endocrinology and Metabolism Institute, Good News for Appalachia: Home Repairs & Outreach to Children, Judy Ramsburg Memorial Scholarship, Mary Hood (Thurmont Resident & New Mother Undergoing Treatment for Stage IV Breast Cancer), and Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA), MidAtlantic Women.