The Pink Angels have celebrated 10 years of supporting local breast cancer patients.
To celebrated the milestone, on Saturday the charity organisation held a long lunch at the Rhino Lodge.
Pink Angels founding member Sue Gavenlock said the charity had supported close to 1000 breast cancer patients in the region, both men and women, and the celebration was a way to recognise their achievements.
"The support from our community has been exceptional during the past 10 years, and we wanted to celebrate with our community our fantastic achievements," Ms Gavenlock said.
The Pink Angels were founded in April 2011, with the mission to care, help and support breast cancer patients in Dubbo and the outer regions throughout their treatment and recovery.
This could include housekeeping, yard maintenance, accommodation, meals and transport costs, to name a few.
The Pink Angels has also provided essential medical devices to hospitals and Breast Care Nurses to maximise patient treatment and outcomes.
"Pink Angels has 50 dedicated and hardworking members who volunteer their time and energy to help improve the lives of breast cancer patients during their difficult time of treatment and recovery," Ms Gavenlock said.
For more about the Pink Angels charity visit their website.