Family and friends of Katrina Hobby will honour her memory, while helping do their bit to fight cancer at this weekend's 2019 Bathurst Relay for Life.
Katrina Hobby passed away in late 2017, and in honour of her, family and friends have joined together to form Team KMH, which competed at the 2018 Bathurst Relay for Life.
Team member Nardie Rue said it's a chance to help raise money for a worthy cause.
"When you have someone going through cancer, there's only so much you can do. You kind of feel hopeless," she said.
"But doing [Relay for Life] means you can give back one way or another."
Team KMH has set a target of raising $1000, but as of Friday afternoon, the team had already raised $915 and it's expected that team will go over its target come the weekend.
"It'll be good to get that target," Ms Rue said.
"We did it last year and now it's now the second year doing it. We've got a few new members for this year."
Last year, Team KMH won the prize for most creative fundraising event, when they utilised a photo backdrop of hand paint from children at Goodstart Early Learning Centre.
This year, Team KMH will continue their creative theme by filling up a car full of balloons and participates will have to pay $1 to guess how many balloons are in the car.
The team will also be selling cupcakes, kebabs, lollies and slushies, with a nail station set up too.
With participants free to walk as much as they, team member Hallee Provest wants to spend the whole night walking, while other members are set to take it in turns.
This year's Relay for Life is set to be the 20th edition and will be held at Watson Oval at All Saints Campus.
Relay for Life raises money for cancer research, the support of patients and programs to help prevent cancer.
As of Friday afternoon, 37 teams had been registered and 415 participants, 48 off that survivors or careers.
Relay for Life will start at midday on Saturday, March 16, and will run to 9am on Sunday, March 17.
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An estimated $65,000 was raised during last year's event.
As of Friday afternoon, $32,072.71 had been raised.
Cancer Council Western NSW community relations coordinator Katherine Bodiczky is hopeful that the event will raise at least more than $50,000.
"It's been really amazing how the community has got behind this event and shown the support for the cause," she said.
It's not too late to register for the event, with registrations still being accepted on the website at www.cancercouncil.org.au.