There was mud. There were corn stalks. There were crayons. There was more mud.
There were pumpkins and hope.

This fall, despite a run of terrible weather that flooded fields and deluged autumn adventure-seekers, Stony Hill Farms and the guests at their renowned corn maze raised funds on behalf of Cancer Hope Network.

Pennies, dimes quarters and more were deposited in change cans around the venue added up to more than $250 in support of patients and caregivers facing cancer. The farm has raised more than $1,000

“The Cancer Hope Network team enjoys the fruits, veggies and pies we pick up at Stony Hill’s farmstand throughout the year,” said CHN’s Executive Director Wanda Diak. “We’re grateful for their support of our mission and their commitment to the New Jersey community.”

For more information about Cancer Hope Network, or to create your own hope-filled fundraiser, contact Sarah Miretti Cassidy, Director of Marketing and Outreach – scassidy (at)cancerhopenetwork.org or 908.879.4039 ex 20.

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