United Methodist Church Pumpkin Patch Supports Local Programs
BROWNSVILLE - For the last 15 years, the community has enjoyed a pumpkin patch at United Methodist Church in Brownsville.
From pictures, food to picking your favorite vegetable, the money raised supports local programs that work with the homeless and migrants.
"They provide three meals a day, they provide showers, they provide clothing, they provide job guidance to help them find housing, to help get the homeless out the streets," said Dianne McCleary, church member.
All of the money raised will go to The Good Neighbor Settlement House.
The pumpkin patch will be open until Halloween Day.
For more information watch the video above.
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