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Monster Bash Fall Festival raises funds to end homelessness among women veterans

It was a fundraiser benefitting Genesis Joy House, a transitional center committed to ending homelessness among women veterans in Georgia.

WARNER ROBINS, Ga. — It’s fall and what better way to bring in the season than with live music, food trucks, and fun?

Walker Projects held its first Monster Bash Fall Festival in Warner Robins on Saturday

“It's pretty emotional. It's pretty emotional these women that we're doing this for have sacrificed everything for our country and so what is wrong with putting just a little bit of yourself in this for a couple of hours for that,” said Jaime Davis.

The festival was a fundraiser benefiting Genesis Joy House, a transitional center committed to ending homelessness among women veterans in Georgia.

They provide career training, life skills programs, and mental health services.

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