In just a week at the Orange Tennis Centre, the pile of donations for victims of bushfire had stacked twice as high ahead of the Orange Community Coast Convoy's second run after making one drive to the north coast in the previous few weeks.
The stream of donations and convoys has solidified under the community coast convoy banner, with Adrian La Faro helping with the organisation side, which has so far been managed by Lioba Besgrove and Jason Smith, as well as making a Facebook page.
The pair have been sorting and moving the donations over the past week, with one trailer-load of donations taken to Taylors Arm on the north coast over a week ago, with a second taken on Monday.
Mr Smith said non-perishable food, toiletries, toys and water, medical supplies were the items most-needed, while clothes were no longer required in the short term, with another run planned for the next week or so.
Donations can be handed over at the Orange Tennis Centre when contacting Mrs Besgrove on 0447 903 832 to organise a drop-off time or to offer to help.
Mr La Faro saw the pile of donated goods on Friday for the first time and said he was "gobsmacked out how generous people have been" and called the efforts by the Orange community "sensational".
"It's something we need to do, it's the Australian way and our culture to be there when people have fallen."
"I can't sit back and watching everyone blaming each other and Scott Morrison and we're not actually doing anything. I saw a post about the drop-off here, lo and behold it was Jase and I've known him for 15 years and called him up and said 'let's do it together'.
Mr Smith said there was no end in sight to the generosity, and said he would keep making runs as long as there were things to donate.
"As long as the donations keep coming we'll keep taking them," he said.
"If it's eight months down the track and we're still doing loads so be it."
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