Bring in the fancy pumpkins.

Pumpkins and Pearls, the annual fundraiser benefiting Partners Against Trafficking Humans (PATH), is set to bring the fall fun on Saturday, Oct. 27, at The Edgemont House in North Little Rock.

Set among the autumn decor of the home of landscape designer Chris Olsen, this lunchtime event will offer guests a delicious menu complete with raffle items and a silent auction with items like an add-a-pearl necklace from Jones and Son Diamond and Bridal Fine Jewelry.

Winnie Wright of KTHV will emcee the event while former Arkansas Razorback football player Marcus Elliott will be the featured speaker.

PATH is an organization headquartered in Little Rock with a national network of advocates that works to help those victimized by sex trafficking, which is happening here in Arkansas. PATH's mission is to "[provide] a safe environment where healing can occur, making success possible and dreams achievable."

Tickets to Pumpkins and Pearls are available now and can be purchased here.

To learn more, visit the PATH website and follow along on Facebook.