A volunteer organisation helping people going through crisis is in desperate need of linen.
And organisers fear they will run out in the next few weeks if they don't get any more donations.
Restart Albury-Wodonga is a community-based charity organisation supporting other organisations with hampers for the homeless or those going through hardship.
"What we have in terms of linen at the moment could go all at once, if we get a family of four needing linen, that will clean us out," president Tara Fellowes said.
"We need sheets and doona covers in all sizes that are either new or in very good condition.
"People who are starting again need all these things a lot of us take for granted.
"I would say to people who have a linen cupboard full of sheets and doonas 'why do you need so many'."
Ms Fellowes said linen could be the most expensive item a family needed to buy.
"We can't go and spend a lot of money on linen when we could buy a lot more in terms of toasters and kettles and kitchen stuff for the same amount," she said.
"Coming into winter we get a lot more people and families needing support so now is the time for people to donate.
"It is also a great way to clean out your linen cupboard; as long as the linen is clean and has no rips or stains, it can be donated to us."
Restart said it welcomed all donations but did have to take some to the tip due to poor condition.
"People are going through a tough time, we can't then give them some old ripped and stained linen," Ms Fellowes said.
"I have to take a whole lot to the tip which is disappointing.
"We love people who support us but we need items which are clean and are able to be reused.
"Flat sheets in all sizes we are in desperate need of. We have a lot of pillow cases, but of course we will accept all donations."
Linen can be donated at drop off points at Ella Bache, Pakstat, High on Ink Tattoo, Wodonga Chamber of Commerce and Vivid Accountants and Advisors or for larger donations contact Restart through its website.
"We get a few businesses who have large donations and they can do that by getting in contact with us through our website," Ms Fellowes said.
"By donating to us you know it is going towards someone that is in desperate need of it and it is better than sitting in your cupboard all year.
"It means a lot to people not to have to think about buying this every day stuff."
To find out more visit restartalburywodonga.com.au.
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