The community of Wagga have come out in full support of Sonny.
Jaclyn Moore's five-year-old, Sonny, has been diagnosed with a stage four brain tumour and is home under family care.
Bidgee Blues Club president, Wayne Jenkins, said after the Thomas Blamey Tavern's manager told them about Sonny they had an idea.
"We donated the proceeds of the last event," he said.
"All up it was around $600 and I think people spent a little bit more on the raffle knowing who it was for."
Barbi Bishop, of Price Attack Wagga, decided to throw the fundraiser on Sunday as a way to support an employee she considers to be family.
"It was amazing and it was a huge success," she said.
"We were under the pump all day and we raised $6507.85."
Ms Bishop said they had more than 200 people book in for a cut or wash and they had 15 hairdressers from around the city who dedicated their time to help out.
"The hairdressers were from six salons as well as retired hairdressers," she said.
"I also wanted to thank Trenery, Woolworths, Redken and Wendy's for all the help they gave us.
"There was just an outpouring of support of people and businesses who wanted to help on the day and it really paid off."
Mrs Moore previously told The Daily Advertiser the support from businesses and individuals has been incredible and she is thankful for the support.