Help is still needed for those impacted by summer's bushfires in a variety of forms, according to GIVIT NSW manager Scott Barrett.
He said his online charity has received requests from people through other charities for items that range from a voucher for groceries to a jaffle iron so they can cook on an open fire on their blocks.
But earlier this month, GIVIT brought help to Cobargo and Quaama in the form of generators, 10 and nine to the towns respectively, for struggling primary producers and small businesses.
"While we love providing large items like beds, fridges and replacement equipment for farmers, some bushfire-affected communities are still in the clean-up stage," Mr Barrett said.
"That's why donations of generators, grocery vouchers and simple hardware tools are still so important."
The generators are the latest GIVIT-coordinated donation for the Bega Valley, where GIVIT has focused its bushfire relief support and spent over $100,000 with local businesses as part of providing essential and everyday items to people in need.
They were provided by Resilience NSW and the National Bushfire Recovery Agency, which thanked the United Arab Emirates for the donation of 400 generators to be shared across bushfire-affected communities, while Excel Logistics Pty Ltd provided free freight transport for the charitable delivery from Sydney to Quaama.
On Tuesday, Mr Barrett said GIVIT was getting a lot of requests for assistance from those who lost their homes in the fires, had their clean-up completed, but were not yet ready to rebuild.
He said as many were living in temporary accommodation they required items like solar batteries or stretchable beds to make their lives easier.
"Even where someone has lost their work shed which contributes to their livelihood, they need a generator to run the power," he said.
Mr Barrett said compared to the rest of the bushfire-impacted areas in the state, the Bega Valley had a large percentage of people who had lost their home and there were not many who were not affected by the fires.
"It's certainly an area that's been getting some attention and it certainly continues to need it," he said.
"When you listen to the conversations... it's certainly something people are still living every day."
Mr Barrett said GIVIT's key focus was to continue to engage its network of donors to ensure no resident or bushfire-affected community is forgotten.
He said his charity has more generators lined up to bring to the Bega Valley and also had people reaching out to charities in the local area to tell them what help locals needed.