Last week members of the Mollymook Longboarders were invited into to Milton Ulladulla Community Cancer Service Centre to see what their fundraising has contributed to.
Following their successful 16th charity classic in August the surfing group donated $6000 to the Cancer Outpatients Appeal of Milton Ulladulla for the purchase of a chemotherapy chair.
Funds were raised through ticket sales, raffles and a few donations as well, Mollymook Longboarders' Michael Yule said.
It is one of four new chemotherapy chairs at the cancer centre, which patients have reportedly found much more comfortable as they receive treatment for up to seven hours.
Cancer Outpatients Appeal president Peter Still praised the support of the Longboarders and the wider community for ensuring patients receive up-to-date care.
Milton Ulladulla Hospital's Director of Nursing/site manager Stuart Emslie said people from the local community undergoing treatment were benefiting from the fundraising efforts of groups like the Mollymook Longboarders.
"We are remarkably fortunate to have our community provide consistent support for locals receiving treatment at our cancer centre," Mr Emslie said.
"Donations from groups such as the Mollymook longboarders for equipment like the chemotherapy chairs help to improve the experience for our patients."
Earlier this year the Cancer Outpatients Appeal received $4,500 from local choir group The Glorious MUDsingers to assist with purchasing chairs.
"We really appreciate people donating to us to help maintain the premises here," Peter Still said.
The Mollymook Longboarders will host their 17th annual charity classic on August 10 and 11.