Following the February fires that tore across the Tingha Plateau, the Rapid Relief Team (RRT) will be joining forces with Blaze Aid.
Setting up camp in Inverell for eight weeks, volunteers have descended from different parts of the nation to lend a hand.
Eighteen rural landholders have stepped forward to receive Blaze Aid assistance and just over a week in, the team had rebuilt fences on two of the affected properties.
RRT will donate 24 kilometres worth of premium fencing materials to farmers in the Northern Tablelands on Friday.
Many of the locals whose properties were destroyed by fires are also battling the ongoing drought crisis that has devastated much of the state - some whom also received donated hay through the RRT Operation Drought Relief last year.
Residents are invited to meet RRT and Blazeaid volunteers as they cook a free barbecue for locals and volunteers at the Inverell Showground from 8am-9am.
For information about the Rapid Relief Team, go to www.rapidreliefteam.org/