The Bathurst 1000 draws hundreds of thousands of people to Mount Panorama each year with their caravans, tents and eskies filled with cans.
So the Wobbly Boot Bowling Club campsite decided to make good use of this opportunity and collect ring cans to donate to Aussie Kidz Charity, where they melt the rings down to make wheelchairs and prosthetics.
Wobbly Boot's Raeleen Honeysett said it's an easy opportunity to use a fun event to help people in need.
"If we can help anybody's child, we will," Ms Honeysett said.
"We're having a good time and they can't so we can use our stuff to help them out, we don't have to organise a big function or anything."
After advertising on the Bathurst Campers Facebook page, the Wobbly Boot members began receiving more and more ring can donations.
This year they even have a lady driving to Mudgee to meet one of their members with boxes of ring cans to donate to the Ringpulls for Wheelchairs cause.
It takes around 10,000 ring cans to build a wheelchair and Ms Honeysett said this is the best year they've had in terms of donations, thanks to some publicity.
"People relate to it so it just brings lots of people with a common interest in providing these for the kids to come and visit the camp ... and they get very excited when they see how many pull-tops are here," she said.
The Aussie Kidz Charity is fully volunteer-based and uses donations received to help disabled and underprivileged children.
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