CHINO VALLEY, Ariz. (CNN/KPHO) - These pink pumpkins started out as an accident, but now they are being used for a good cause.
An Arizona farmer mistakenly had a cross-pollination between a white and a red Cinderella pumpkin.
He loved the color, and now he grows them on purpose to raise money for breast cancer research.
Funds from the unique pumpkins will be donated to the Pink Pumpkin Patch Foundation in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness month in October.
The goal is to raise $25,000.
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