Cootamundra Ex-Services Club is having a second "fill up a trolley" drive in its foyer to receive donations for the community kitchen.
The Club collected a ute-load of non-perishable goods in its appeal earlier this year, and is hoping patrons will be similarly generous and fill up the trolleys again.
Club events coordinator Megan Sawyer said the response so far had been nowhere near the last time and the Club hopes people will remember to bring something in next time they visit.
The Wattle Room auditorium on the top floor last Saturday night was the venue for a fantastic fund-raiser for Cootamundra Can Assist, with more than $9,000 raised from the sale of paintings by local "non-artists" as well as raffles and auctions of cakes.
Can Assist spokesperson Gloria Harris said the Club had been very supportive of a number of charities, with proceeds from bingo nights and free provision of meeting space.
"They put on events like morning teas and Greg Bruce and Megan Sawyer often join in fund-raising events," Mrs Harris said.
The kitchen has recovered well from an incident in February in which thieves broke into the store room and made away with most of the foodstuffs there.
The Ex-Services Club was one of the first to help, with a bingo night and raffle raising around $1300 as well as trolleys of food donated.
Support from many other quarters, including the staff of Woolworths, the Outback Bakery, the Lions Club, Vinnies, the Probus Club, Harvey World Travel and a local electrician as well as many other individuals, has been a great morale boost for the people working in the kitchen.