One family in Wagga's north are starting a movement to help provide necessities to those struggling amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Kathy Mouat and her two children, Brooke and Mason, have set up shop on their front lawn in Gobbagombalin with a table full of household items like toilet paper, soap, and non-perishable foods, as well as homemade playdough to help keep little ones entertained.
"The shops are empty because of coronavirus and it's so sad to see how many people are going without basic necessities," Mrs Mouat said.
"There's barely any long life products on the shelves, so when people realise they have run out of these things they now have a place to come and grab a few items the really need."
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As signed on the table, Mrs Mouat hopes to encourage the community to either swap, share or take items where needed.
"Most people have been adding to the table which is really great," she said.
"There's been a lot of sharing too and swapping, but it's amazing to see how many generous people we have around."
The message Mrs Mouat hopes to share is one she said effects everyone.
"We teach our kids to share, it's an important part of growing up so we want our community to practice what they preach and share with one another," she said.
"It would be amazing if other suburbs got on board too."