Oct 27, 2013 7:38 PM by Lindsay MacLeod, KSBY News
It's almost the end of Harvest Season on the Central Coast, and even though a lot of the celebrations are about wine, that wasn't the focus Sunday in Nipomo.
It was the second annual Harvesting Hope Festival at Monarch Dunes.
Guests could check out local artwork, food, and wines. Proceeds benefit the Five Cities Homeless Coalition. The organization provides resources for low income and homeless families, including job training, and even food and medical services.
"We feel very fortunate to be able to live like this, and to be able to give to others that are needing a place, a safe home for their heads, and a bed to sleep in, and some food," said Julie Edmonson, the Event Coordinator.
If you weren't able to get out to the festival, but you'd like to donate to the Five Cities Homeless Coalition, click here.
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