Raising funds for worthy charities is nothing new for the Farmborough Road Public School community.
Various fundraising activities throughout the year have netted the school's SRC a cool $2500 in 2019.
School teacher Alicia Dunn said the school will be donating funds to two worthy organisations.
"Christmas is traditionally a time of celebration, generosity and joy, but our farmers are doing it tough," she said.
"Aussie Helpers is an Australian farming charity that only survives because of the kind generosity of the public's donations. We will be donating $500 to support farmers and their families."
The school was also making a $500 donation to the Salvation Army Disaster Appeal.
"We have all been impacted by the smoky conditions in our local area as a result of several bushfires burning in NSW.
"The Salvation Army have set up a 'Disaster Appeal'. They assist in meals and running of evacuation centres and support families who may have lost possessions due to fires.
"We will be donating $500 to the Salvation Army Disaster Appeal."
Miss Dun said the school's major fundraiser was its Easter Eggstravanza.
Students, teachers, parents and community organisations have helped the school raise $2500.
"We especially would like to thank Woolworths Unanderra and Fairy Meadow stores," she said.
"SRC has an important job - supporting our school and supporting the community.
"This year, we have purchased a set of soccer goals for our school as well as numerous board games for the games room that students are using and enjoying each and every day.
"We also donated $130 to the 'Homeless Hub'."