FOR the past 14 years Manilla's Cheryl and Bill Randall have hit the open road to raise funds for special needs kids.
This year, the couple will once again set off on the Variety 4WD Adventure charity drive, but this year they have a specific goal in mind.
"So far, we have raised $96,000 for Variety across all of the previous drives and we are hopeful we can crack the $100,000 mark this year," Mrs Randall told the Leader.
"We have four children and nine grandchildren, who are very healthy and we know how lucky we are.
"I think that's why we really enjoy getting out there on the road and raising money for kids who need a bit of help."
This year's drive was set to go through the hinterlands of the coast.
However, due to the state's recent bushfire crisis, this year's drive will go through smaller towns instead of bushland.
"It will be a bit different not going through the bush this year," Mrs Randall said.
"However, it will be really good for us to be able to stop in all of the smaller towns and spend some money in the community.
"We will be starting in Forster on Saturday before taking off for the small community of Krambach.
"I'm really looking forward to getting to these small communities and helping them out."
The route won't be the only difference for this year's drive, as new measures will be implemented due to the Coronavirus pandemic.
"There is only 30 cars participating, so we luckily fit under the 100 person threshold," Mrs Randall said.
"We won't be able to go into the small schools this year, which is going to be a bit sad, but it is what it is.
"I don't know how I will cope with the social distancing, because I am the queen of hugs, I love giving hugs.
"They might have to handcuff me, but I'm sure it will be fine and we will have a fun time."
The drive goes from March 21 to March 28 and anyone looking to donate to the Randall's cause should visit variety4wdadventure2020.everydayhero.com/au/cheryl-bill