Like many small businesses, lockdown has been a bit of a struggle for Four Aces Cafe and Takeaway.
But owners Ra Hira and Bec Potter still plan on rewarding their loyal customers and supporting causes close to their hearts during the month of October
The duo also can't wait to welcome back fully vaccinated people to eat in at the Wollongong cafe from Monday, October 11.
The takeaway service will also still be operating for all their customers from so-called Freedom Day.
The cafe is "going pink" to celebrate and support and raise funds for cancer research.
We have been able to collaborate with our bread supplier Brasserie Bread and do our bit to support The Australian Cancer Research Foundation," Hira said.
"All our burgers will be served on pink buns with $1 from each burger sale going to cancer research.
"We also have customer "CHECK YO' SELF" cookies to remind men and women to self check your breast area, with $2 from each cookie being donated to the Australian Cancer Research Foundation."
The owners are supporting cancer research because it is a disease that has and still effects them personally.
"Like many in this community, cancer has touched our lives. That is why we want to support our community and do our bit to help in any way we can," Hira said.
"In the past we have participated in promotions to support mental health for the same reason. We are part of this community and we want to play our part in supporting issues which affect us all in one way or another."