It's Pumpkin Patch season, and everyone is a frenzy to pick out that perfect carve-able future jack-o-lantern from one of the amazing family farms around town.
But if you haven't plucked your pumpkin yet, there's a spot in Franklin that will not only help you grab your gourd for the year, but will donate the money to a worthy cause that's very near and dear to us.
The Cooper Trooper Foundation has set up shop with a pumpkin patch at the corner of Cool Springs Blvd and Mallory Ln, and your pumpkin can help save a life.
The foundation buys the pumpkins, and then donates the profits from the re-sale to our friends at Vanderbilt Children's Hospital.
And of course, there's ample opportunities for adorable fall photo shoots while you're at it!
BTW I know these kids ^^^^^ They're friends with my 2-year old, so it's less weird that I'm posting Instagram pictures of them.
Anyway, the pumpkin patch is open every day through Halloween, so stop by and grab yours for a good cause! For more info on Cooper Trooper Foundation or to volunteer for the pumpkin patch, click here