Orange Ex-Services' Club has supplies of something quite rare in the Colour City at the moment and wants to share it.
With the club closed due to government restrictions on public gatherings as the coronavirus spreads, it has a stockpile of toilet paper, hand sanitiser and gloves.
CEO Daniel Perkiss said they were offering thousands of rolls of toilet paper and the other cleansers to care centres including nursing homes and child care centres at cost price.
"There's no point stockpiling things that are needed in the community," he said.
"They are better used by people in critical care industries.
"This is not for residential use, we are not a supermarket."
Mr Perkiss said it would help organisations struggling to get the cleansers through their normal suppliers.
Organisations needing supplies should call the club's reception area.
Mr Perkiss said the club had already provided a lot of hand sanitiser for one child care centre in Orange.
The offer will continue until the club's supplies are exhausted.
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