The Apex Club of Gunnedah is petitioning the local community to save it from closure.
The number of active members has dwindled since the local club was re-formed in 2014, and there are only a handful keeping it going.
Long-time member Aylish Flannery said while the club had enough members "officially", there were very few "active members".
"We're missing feet on the ground," she said.
"We need to basically double the amount of active members in the club."
Fellow member Donna Austin said "at the bare minimum", the club would be "having a break" if numbers didn't increase by June 30. If the situation still doesn't improve, the club could be closed by Christmas.
"One of our big struggles we do have is that our current members are teachers, so having time outside of school is a struggle to get major projects off the ground and fundraising because we're so time-poor," she said.
"When our numbers started to dwindle, we put a halt on deciding on one major project. With new members and new ideas, we'd be more than willing to commit to something."
The club is now appealing to locals to put up their hands to join, so it can continue its work in the community.
"The whole purpose of it [the club] is to make our community better and I just think it would be quite disappointing if we had to close," Ms Flannery said.
"We've helped so many organisations, so many schools; we've helped so many families that have been struggling. The fact that we won't be able to do that any more is really disheartening.
"My plea to the community is for them to think about how much Apex has supported our community over the years. I think if everyone thought hard enough, they would be able to find a link to how much Apex has helped them."
The club's major fundraiser is the annual pig races, which is normally in May or June, however, the event has been postponed this year because of lack of members.
"We've had a lot of community members ask us where the pig races, so we know the community loves this event. It's a massive family day," Ms Flannery said.
"We hope we can continue it, but unfortunately, it comes down to manpower."
Ms Flannery and Ms Austin are hopeful new members will come to the club's aid in the coming months so the event can go ahead in September instead.
"[The club] is a very special thing for young people in the town to interact with people they mightn't otherwise see or know, [and] giving back and volunteering your time is very rewarding," Ms Austin said.