There are only a small number of tickets remaining for the Morgan Brothers Ball at Orange Function Centre on March 2.
Morgan Families Trust committee chair Tenielle Hill said the community had thrown its support behind the ball, with all funds raised going to the families of Trent and Steve Morgan.
Trent was killed and Steve was critically injured in an horrific head-on car crash near Bathurst in November.
“The sole focus of the ball is to raise as much money as we can for the Morgan Families Trust and so far the response has been really overwhelming,” Ms Hill said.
“Ticket sales have been really strong and interest has been high.
“I’d encourage anyone who wants to come along, to get their tickets quickly.”
Ms Hill said the ball would include a two-course meal, live entertainment and special guest speakers.
“Live bands, signed memorabilia, lucky door prizes and auctions, it promises to be a great night for a great cause,” she said.
Tickets cost $65 and are available at Blooms Chemist, Cargo Inn, Manildra Royal Hotel, Molong Telegraph Hotel and the Cowra Guardian.
The Morgan Brothers Ball will follow a junior football clinic held on the same day from 10am to 2pm at Endeavour Oval.
It is open for juniors of all abilities, even those who don’t like rugby.
“There will be plenty for those rugby players including drills and activities,” Ms Hill said.
“But for those who are less interested, there’ll be face painting and competitions.
“We wanted to make the day all about family fun and offer something for all children.”
Ms Hill said there would also be a barbecue lunch, and some special celebrity guests were in the pipeline.
“We want to see as many people get along as we can,” she said.
Cost is only $5 for each child and all kids are welcome.