Shakers Cafe at Exeter is heating its oven and putting out pizza to raise money for communities affected by the bushfires in NSW and Victoria.
Cafe worker Chantelle Davis suggested the business raise money after also collecting funds 18 months ago for drought relief.
"There are people that are affected in many ways: through the loss of their homes, livelihood, their income... the whole lot," she said.
"I know we're not going to be able to hand over big money like all the celebrities are, but it's the little bits that make the difference.
"It's going to make them coming back from the devastation a little bit easier."
The cafe has set up donation jars on its counters and $1 from every pizza sold will also go to the cause.
Like many, Ms Davis has family on the mainland who have been impacted by the fires.
"My uncle lives about a half-hour away from where the fires are in Victoria - I've been in close contact with them to see how they're going because they were affected by the smoke," she said.
Ms Davis said the cafe hasn't chosen a specific cause to contribute towards as she wants to ensure the money goes directly to those affected by the fires.
"It's not a light decision of where it's going to go - there's too many people out there that are dodgy and I don't want to see them getting their hands on it. I want to make sure it's a cause that's in it for all the right reasons," she said.
Shakers Cafe will be raising money until February 29.