THE s'more chefs have been practising and the campfire is ready to be lit.
Tiffany Pollock and her two sons, six-year-old Noah and 11-year-old Epalahame, are setting up camp at their own home on Saturday.
It's a bit of fun for the boys, but it's also to raise funds for and get involved with children's cancer charity Camp Quality.
The organisation is launching a 'Camp In' on July 4 as an at-home activity during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Ms Pollock and her kids plan to welcome some friends and family over to their home in Inverell, and enjoy the great indoors.
"I'm going to pitch a tent in the lounge room because it's way too cold up here and I'll put up fairy lights all around the lounge room so it's like being outside," she said.
Noah and Epalahame have already had a go making s'mores with biscuits, chocolate and marshmallows on the campfire.
"We'll light the fire pit and cook some food on the fire," Ms Pollock said.
Camp Quality supports kids living through a cancer story - whether they be sick themselves or have a loved one fighting cancer.
Ms Pollock had just finished cancer treatment herself, and said it feels like the right time to get out and do something with her boys for Camp Quality.
"I've just been through cancer myself and I lost a cousin a couple of years ago and my grandfather also has the same type of cancer as me and my cousin," she said.
I'm going to pitch a tent ... and put fairy lights all in the lounge room so it's like being outside.Tiffany Pollock
"I thought this could be something fun for the boys to do after a hard year."
Ms Pollock hadn't been involved with the charity before registering for the camp in.
Camp Quality runs programs in hospitals, schools and homes, and also runs camps for kids and their families.
But the COVID-19 pandemic has meant a lot of those resources and initiatives are being run online.
Chief Executive Officer Deborah Thomas said kids need the help of Camp Quality more than ever in this uncertain time.
"Cancer doesn't stop for COVID-19 so neither can we," she said.
The first camp in has had more than 700 registrations across the country and Ms Thomas said it will become an annual event.
Ms Pollock set up a fundraiser for the event and has been shocked at the amount of coin that's been clocked up already.