One family's generosity has stood the test of time, spanning four generations.
Team Piltz have been participating in the Cancer Council's Relay For Life since 2011, and their motivation for the cause comes from a personal place.
"We've lost a few family members to cancer, my mother passed away, we've lost a nephew in the family and a grandmother, and others," Jenny Burley said, who helps lead the Piltz team.
"Nathan's (a family and Team Piltz member) father is actually in hospital having surgery at the moment after being diagnosed with cancer so there's even more reason to support the cause this year."
Jenny survived cancer herself, and is passionate about raising funds and awareness to help find a cure.
The oldest team member is 81, while the youngest is just three but an even newer member is on the way.
"Caitlin is actually pregnant, so we will have another Piltz to join the relay soon," Jenny said.
One member, Harry Delaney, is a living record of the team's participation.
"Harry was born the first year we started doing the relay," Jenny said.
The team name was decided as a way to carry on the family legacy, according to Jenny.
"Piltz is my maiden name, and also the surname of our nephew who we lost to cancer," she said.
They're hoping to raise between $3000-$5000 this year, with the help of 20-30 of their friends and family taking part in the Relay For Life.
"We'll have a barbecue at Bunnings on September 29, we sell Peters Ice Creams at the relay and Cadbury chocolates all year round, plus the relay for life raffle tickets," Jenny said.
One of the younger group members, Molly Burley, said participating in the relay was as much about helping a good cause as it was about spending quality time with family.
"One of the best things about this is getting the whole family together because we're all quite spread out at Coolamon and Mangopla, and everyone comes together to have a fun weekend and spend some time together," she said.