Three students were at the forefront of holding a fundraiser for farmers, which happened on Tuesday.
Calare Public School held a Mufti Day to raise funds for drought relief on the back of Klayton O'Grady and Makenzie and Briley Sargent asking their teacher what they could do to help.
"We were reading about farmers and I was feeling sad reading how much they were affected and I wanted to do something to help," Klayton said.
Little things make a big difference so I asked if we could do a little bit and the school said yes.Klayton O'Grady
"Little things make a big difference so I asked if we could do a little bit and the school said yes."
According to a post on the school’s Facebook page on Tuesday afternoon in excess of $1000 had been raised.
“More donations of non-perishable food will be accepted for the next two weeks,” the post read.
“Thank you for supporting this cause.”