Drought aid for Tambar Springs is once again on its way from a generous community more than 400km away.
Residents of Wisemans Ferry have pitched in for a second time to help the small town in the Liverpool Plains, after the first aid drop in December 2019.
The second visit is planned for the October long weekend.
Headed up by truck driver Tim Rose, Wisemens Ferry locals have spent the last few months raising money to support the Tambar Springs community,
Mr Rose said money was still coming in, but they'd already purchased $4000 worth of dog food and would be ordering some milk powder for cows, calves and lambs.
Next on the list, if there are enough funds, is the purchase of salt licks and drought relief items.
A big tank of water will also be trucked in bearing the signatures of notable names like Rebel Wilson.
"I know they have water at the moment but ... we do our best to raise the money and help where we can," Mr Rose said.
"Our town has got behind us [too] ... we went through the bushfires and most recently floods, so it's good to know there's still people willing to help."
Mr Rose said many Wisemans Ferry residents had donated to the cause, along with many businesses.
The trucks needed to ship all the items to the small North West town have also been donated.
"We told them we'll try our best to come back whenever we raise enough money to fill a truck," Mr Rose said.
It's a promise that the small community, located 75km north-west of Sydney, made after last year's drop, and one they are determined to keep.
Tambar Springs was 'adopted' by the community because the residents heard how tough drought conditions were and when they researched the district, found it was a similar population and size, and had a strong Anzac history.