A long-standing partnership continues to bear fruit, producing a significant donation for Moyne Health Services (MHS).
The Murray to Moyne committee has presented MHS with $60,000.
This contribution comes from the annual Murray to Moyne cycling relay, which was held in April.
Murray to Moyne secretary Kate Winnen said her committee was thrilled to be able to present such a large amount.
"One of the main reasons the Murray to Moyne exists is to raise money for Port Fairy hospital," Ms Winnen said.
"The amount is very similar to last year, we were very happy with how the ride went this year.
"We have a hard-working committee and everyone is going in the one direction.
"Everyone is on equal footing, whether your a committee members, a marshall, a driver or a rider.
"The contributions of everyone helps bring everything together."
Ms Winnen's parents, Hester and the late Graham Woodrup, founded the Murray to Moyne in 1987.
"The spirit of the Murray to Moyne is still strong and true to what it has always been," she said.
The money from the 2019 Murray to Moyne will be used to upgrade bathrooms in acute rooms in the Port Fairy Hospital.
MHS CEO Jackie Kelly praised the work put in by the Murray to Moyne committee.
"MHS wouldn't be what it is today without the Murray to Moyne," Ms Kelly said.
"Small rural health organisations like ours rely so much on the hard work and generosity of the community.
"Money from the Murray to Moyne helps us do things we might not normally be able to afford to do.
"We are just so thankful for the work that is put in to bring a donation like this."
Ms Kelly saw first hand the dedication of those organising and taking part in the Murray to Moyne when she was part of the on-ground medical team that travelled across the state in this year's event.
MHS has also benefited from the efforts of the two Port Fairy teams that cycled in this year's Murray to Moyne.
The teams combined to raise $24,000 for MHS.