THE Leeton Breast Cancer Support Group will again be the beneficiary of a special sale next week, but held from the farming community is needed.
Tim Hutchinson from Breed & Hutchinson Real Estate and Murrami farmer Matt Robertson are calling on farmers to donate lambs for a sheep sale in Griffith next week.
The proceeds from the sale of these animals will go directly to the Leeton Breast Cancer Support Group, which has been a beneficiary of the initiative since its inception in 2016.
As a result, $32,050 has been donated to the group.
"The meat buyers are always really generous with what they pay on the day as part of the sale ... they pay more than they need to, which is really fantastic of them," Mr Hutchinson said.
"We're just trying to drum more farmers up at the moment so that can happen once again."
The Leeton Breast Cancer Support Group raises money for shire residents with breast cancer.
Most recently they were out at the Leeton Bidgee Classic, collecting the $2 entry fee from anglers throughout the weekend.
Last year they also had "high-profile" members of the community raising money on their behalf as part of breast cancer awareness month, which had them dying their hair and even beards pink.
The event next week will be held on March 20 at the Griffith Saleyards with the day starting at 9am.
Those farmers who can contribute should contact Mr Hutchinson on 0427 931 533 or Mr Robertson on 0427 552 239.