Goulburn's Convoy for Kids is set to bring the community together for another year of entertainment and raise funds to support children with cancer or severe disabilities.
The event has been running for over 20 years in Goulburn.
"It is something the road transport industry does every year to raise money for the local community. It is a way of giving something back to the community," the organisation's president Bryan Webb said.
"Over the years, the event has raised around $60,000 annually. All the funds go back to the community and is spent on the children in our local area."
The event is being held on Sunday, November 10 and the truck convoy procession will leave from Gateway Service Station at 9:30am ending at Goulburn showground.
"A convoy of trucks will make their way through the city and end up at the showgrounds for a fun filled carnival," he said.
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"We are expecting bigger turnout this year as the event is being held on Sunday. We will have plenty of activities on the day so anyone can come over and have a good time."
Market stalls, auction of donated prizes, truck pull competition, raffle draw, food stalls and carnival rides will be part of the event.
This year, the committee is organising a fundraiser dinner for the first time on Saturday, November 9.
"The Convoy for Kids has been running for 21 years now. This year, we decided to do something different and have organised the fundraising dinner," Mr Webb said.
"It will be a night full of entertainment with Ron Finemore, a transport icon in the country, as a guest speaker."
The Convoy for Kids charity organisation was established in 1999.
Their principle objective is to offer support for local children with cancer, terminal illness and permanent disabilities by providing financial assistance to their families.
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