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."

Visit the Project Zero website for more information, and follow along on Facebook and Instagram for the latest.