The Woodlands Backyard Throwdown

By: Jada England
| Published 03/09/2023


THE WOODLANDS, TX -- The NeighborBridge and Legends Lending is thrilled to announce The Woodlands Backyard Throwdown, taking place on March 25th in The Woodlands, Texas at Northshore Park. The event promises to be a thrilling display of backyard sportsmanship, friendly competition, and community-building, all in support of NeighborBridge, a planned community for adults with Autism and/or Intellectual Disabilities. “Because housing for individuals with Autism should not be a societal afterthought,” says Founder Sonya Bersani.

Benefitting the NeighborBridge

The Woodlands Backyard Throwdown will feature a range of exciting activities, including cornhole, ladder ball, washers, and yard pong tournaments. Participants will have the opportunity to compete against their friends and neighbors, while also supporting a worthy cause. The event will take place at Northshore Park, and will run from 12pm to 6pm.

“We are excited to bring the community together for this fun-filled event, which supports a great cause,” said Stephanie Gavin, owner of Gavin Wedding and Events. “NeighborBridge is doing important work in our community, and we are proud to support them through this event.”

Sponsorships for this are available. Registration for the The Woodlands Backyard Throwdown is now open. Sponsors and participants can register here or by visising our Facebook Page. The registration fee starts at $50 per team and includes entry into one event, as well as a swag bag. Sponsorship opportunities begin at $100.

All proceeds from the Neighbor Bridge The Woodlands Backyard Throwdown will go directly to NeighborBridge, to support their important work in our community. Neighbor Bridge provides assistance with food, clothing, housing, and other basic needs, as well as programs to help individuals and families become more self-sufficient.

For more information on the Neighbor Bridge The Woodlands Backyard Throwdown, or to learn more about Neighbor Bridge and their work in the community, visit

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