The Beauty Point Service Station is raising money to help a neighbour in need.
The service station will also be hosting a "support your neighbour day" on Saturday, June 15.
As well as the donation jar already at the station, a raffle has been set up with fuel vouchers as prizes.
The raffle will be drawn at the event and a BBQ will be held between 11am and 1pm.
With every litre purchased, five cents will be donated to the cause.
Ron Spiteri, 74, lost his Beauty Point home to a fire in May.
Mr Spiteri was cutting wood at the time in his backyard when he noticed that his house was engulfed in smoke.
Mr Spiteri was uninjured from the ordeal, however, his home was destroyed.
In a Facebook post by the Beauty Point Service Station said that "looking out for our neighbours in a time of need is what our small community does best".