Trolleys full of folks helping to raise money for a good cause in Downtown Savannah.
The fourth annual Tour d'Epicure took folks to some of Savannah's finest establishments for food, wine, art and a whole lot more.
The event is meant to raise money to help feed children in the area. Every ticket sold for this event will help feed 500 children. Organizers couldn't be happier with the response.
"Every year we sell out within about 30 minutes, about two months in advance, so we've been joking tonight about it being like a secret society of people," said Kristin King, board member of America's Second Harvest of Coastal Georgia.
"Everyone wants to know how they can get on board, but it's just been successful, it's been amazing, a lot of people say it's the best fundraiser that they've been to so we're very grateful and everyone loves it." added King.
Sunday's fundraiser raised about $25,000 for America's Second Harvest of Coastal Georgia.