McKINNEY, TX -- The traditional fall trip to the pumpkin patch got a socially distanced makeover during the Trinity Falls Drive-Thru Pumpkin Patch, which raised money for CASA of Collin County.

On Oct. 10, vehicles lined up in front of a brightly decorated tent to pick up goody bags filled with take-home activities for children before picking up their pumpkins. Pumpkins were $2 each. Visitors were able to select specific times to pick up them up.

A photo wall bedecked with hay bales and pumpkins was available to help families capture the memory.

“We wanted to help families safely engage in a beloved fall tradition,” said Marley Mitchell with Trinity Falls. “People visiting the pumpkin patch to pick out the perfect pumpkin for jack-o-lanterns and porch decorations. They also plan their holiday photos around those visits. This was a fun way for them to do that and raise money for a great cause.”

All proceeds benefited Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) of Collin County. The organization advocates for abused and neglected children who have been removed from their homes and placed in the foster care system. After the event, Trinity Falls donated $2,000 to the organization.

Trinity Falls is a 2,000-acre master-planned community located in McKinney. The community is known for its charitable work. Previously Trinity Falls has raised money for The Warrior’s Keep, North Texas Food Bank and Shiloh Place.

Homes in Trinity Falls are priced from the mid $200,000s to more than $700,000. For more information about Trinity Falls, visit