This Arkansas nonprofit is taking things to the garden for this fundraising event.
Project Zero will host Aiming for Zero, its annual dinner party and sporting clays tournament, on Nov. 4-5.
The two-day event kicks off with an evening of Southern dining from PK Catering by Cypress Social, as well as music, a live auction and a screening of Project Zero's 2021 National Adoption Month short film. The outdoor event will take place at the home of Bill and Tabethia Dillard with a setting designed by The Velvet Boxwood.
On Friday, the festivities continue with a sporting clays tournament and brunch at the Blue Rock Sportsmans Club. Individuals and teams are invited to compete for awards and top honors in this 10-station course.
Project Zero is a Pulaski County-based nonprofit with the mission to "deliberately and purposefully pursue out-of-the-box ways to find forever families for kids in foster care who are waiting."