The generosity of Coleambally residents attending a fundraiser at the Brolga Hotel has delivered $7000 for Iszac Miller Schmidt.
The three year old from West Wylong has had his life thrown for a loop since late last year when he was diagnosed with type one diabetes.
The fundraiser which was held at Brolga on election day was organised by family friend Brendan Kelly.
The fundraiser was aimed at helping provide the youngster with an insulin pump which will take him down from a daily dose of six needles, to needing only one needle per-week to control his blood sugar.
The pump, which is set to cost the family $10,000, will also allow the youngster to return to playing sport and will mean he will need less supervision.
Iszac attended the event on Saturday alongside his mum Tegan and his grandmother Roz Schmidt.
Roz said her grandson had a blast, tiring himself out in the company of so many friends.
"Thank you to everyone who turned up, everyone who bought a raffle ticket, the publicans for supplying the venue and Kel, he organised the whole thing," Roz said.
"Iszac was tired out but he absolutely enjoyed himself and drew out the first raffle prize, a John Deere ride on kid's tractor."
Aside from the food and raffle tickets held at the Brolga there was an auction, which saw $1800 raised through the sale of a signed Wallabies jersey donated by coach Michael Cheika and signed by every single member of the team.
Live music was also performed by singers Damian Noll and Albie Hutton, setting the tune for a yabbie race which raised $1100.
Iszac's mother Tegan said she and her son had a ball.
"It was great we couldn't ask for anything more from a small community, you can't know how much of a weight it is off my mind," Tegan said.
"At the moment we have to wait until the 10th of April until we go back to the specialist to get the ball rolling."
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