Local volunteers are preparing to bake some delicious, homemade treats to sell on Pink Ribbon Day.
The Inverell Breast Cancer Support Group will host a stall outside IGA on Thursday to raise much-needed funds.
Every day in Australia around 50 women are diagnosed with breast or a gynaecological cancer.
Residents are urged to tantalise their tastebuds and pop down to see the huge array of sweet, pink treats and purchase a few all to support a good cause.
All money raised will go towards prevention, treatment and cancer research.
Trish Keightley said the Cancer Council had chosen a different approach to fundraising, with homemade goods instead of merchandise.
The stall will be set up from around 8.30am and run until treats are sold out.
She hoped locals might also dress in pink to raise awareness for Pink Ribbon Day and grab a treat for themselves, their family or their work mates.
For more information in regards to Pink Ribbon Day, head to www.pinkribbon.com.au.