Little Angus Marney dreams of milking the cows with dad on the family farm in Yarpturk.
But the four-year-old has allergies so severe that in his current condition, he will never be able to do that.
Angus suffers anaphlylactic reactions to dairy, eggs and peanuts.
His mum Emily Marney hopes all of that will change when they fly to America in October to get life-changing treatment for Angus, but they need help getting there.
They are hosting a community fundraiser in Warrnambool on Sunday to raise much-needed funds for the six week treatment.
"Our goal is $11,000 and we're up to about $8000," mum Emily Marney said.
"All the money raised is going towards the treatment in Atlanta, Georgia.
"I'm excited for when we get there but I'm really nervous about the flight, we're taking eight epipens with us."
The last time Angus had an allergic reaction he needed two epipens in under five minutes.
The airline is allowing them to take an extra suitcase just for non-allergenic food for Angus.
"We basically need two days-worth of food," Emily said.
She said Angus's ultimate goal is to have a milkshake from Lady Vandenburg in Warrnambool.
"He's excited to go to America, but he's more excited about having a milkshake at Lady Vandenburg, he want's 'one of the big ones'," Emily said with a laugh.
"He also wants to be able to help Dad milk the cows."
The Walk for Angus will start at 10am on August 18 at 9Round gym Warrnambool and finish back at the gym at 12pm for a BBQ and raffle draw.
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