People on the land are being invited to enjoy a relaxing dinner and a chat around the campfire, at a farmers' dinner at Nemingha hall on Saturday.
Organiser Ellie Cook, of fostering volunteer group Little Lambs Tamworth, said she wanted to put on the event to show support for people who had "fallen between the gaps of getting assistance".
She envisages "a fun night where people can having something to eat, sit around the fire at the back of the hall, and have just like a family party".
"I hope it will be a relaxing night where people can all talk about whatever they want to and there's no judging," she said.
Local businesses have provided food for the meals, and other goodies will be available to take home, too.
Ms Cook said she hoped to welcome 50 families to "come and have dinner and know that someone is still looking after them".
She said many farmers were not meeting requirements for help through agencies such as Centrelink and some charity groups - and there were tougher times still ahead.
"A lot of charities have stopped donating or giving things out, not enough government grants have gone back out, there's not enough donations coming in ...
"We've had a bit of rain, but now we're going to hit a very, very hard winter where there's no hay or grain supplies left in the area."
- The dinner will be held 6pm Saturday at Nemingha hall
- To book or for more details, call Ellie Cook: 0439 793 786