The COVID-19 crisis has not stopped the team behind Port Fairy's Biggest Morning Tea from their fundraising activities.
While social distancing restrictions have meant the normal biggest morning tea functions cannot be held, the team at Port Fairy has found a way for the show to go on.
Team member Heather Hampson said Port Fairy had adjusted its plans to now be holding "Lots of Littlest Morning Teas".
While morning tea is in the title, Ms Hampson said gatherings of many kinds were welcome.
"We have already had one person perform a piano recital to raise money," Ms Hampson said.
"We are encouraging any gathering that is within the restrictions, morning teas, mens or ladies' drinks.
"The aim is to have as many of these gathering as we can before June 22."
At each gathering, collections will be taken for the Cancer Council and put in the town fund, to be counted on June 22.
The Port Fairy and District Community Bank has jumped on board, purchasing $50 vouchers from local businesses, with all who donate put into a draw to win these prizes.
The Port Fairy Belfast Lions Club and Port Fairy Rotary Club have also joined to make the community effort a success.
Ms Hampson said the aim was to raise $5000 from the Port Fairy community.
She said communities that raise $5000 are given the opportunity by the Cancer Council to donate the money they collected to a research area of their choosing.
In past years, the Port Fairy team has donated to melanoma and low survival cancers research.
There are 13 donation boxes in businesses throughout Port Fairy.
People can also donate online at https://www.biggestmorningtea.com.au/fundraisers/heatherhampson/port-fairy-bmt-team or by direct deposit to BSB 633-000 Account 174755611.