Generosity towards the victims of bushfires throughout South Australia and interstate has come from various means.
Made with Grace owner Jana Rogers, of Gladstone, is just one person who, with other businesses in the Mid and Upper North, has raised thousands of dollars for bushfire victims.
Not knowing where to start, but wanting to help, she approached a few business friends and asked whether they would like to donate an item to an online raffle - known more commonly as a giant "dip".
Once word began to spread, the donations came in thick and fast - mostly from Gladstone, Clare, Port Pirie and Quorn.
"We have had so many businesses willing to help. Everyone just wants to help," Ms Rogers said. With about $5000 in prizes up for grabs, spread across three winners, Ms Rogers hoped the raffle would make the money to cover the donations.
Little did Ms Rogers know it would 'go off' and they had to increase the amount of the total appeal to $20,000.
At $5 a ticket, it didn't take long before the tally of entrants also crept up.
Within just a few hours the "mega dip" had hit its target, raising $22,468.
With more than 4000 dips to number, and thanks to an information technology friend for support to give each entrant an allocated amount of tickets, Ms Rogers said the total was donated to the Red Cross.
But, it won't stop there.
So much support will see another "mega dip" and potentially a third.
With each business that has pledged an item putting their own social media post online, the audience reach throughout South Australia and farther afield was huge.
It is hoped the second mega dip will see the donations given to the Country Fire Service.
"A massive thank you to the donors, without them this would not have been possible. Please check out their pages and send them some love," Ms Rogers said.
Australian Community Media's Senior Journalist at The Islander reported last week that Kangaroo Island "has gone round three in its bushfire battle, sustaining more damage and trauma".
"We may be down, but our farmers, wildlife and tourism operators are definitely not out," he said.
"We lost more farms, stock, wildlife and habitat, as well as tourism infrastructure. The tally is still being counted.
"After three weeks of constant battle, this latest fire challenge was the blaze that almost came to town.
"The townsfolk of Kingscote, including people displaced from the fireground, were traumatised when fine ash began falling just before midnight on Thursday, followed by an ominous glow to the west."
Businesses who have donated:
Lauren Venables - Venables Metalictious by Lauren
Julie Brown - Windchine Melodies
Robyn Durdin - Heart & Knot
Katie Ballantyne - Katie's Hair Boutique
Debra Hunter and Jana Rogers - Made with Grace & MWG Event Hire
Tracey Shelton - Tiny Terrors & Co
Kate Millard- Kate Millard Photography
Keeley Wastell- Scents from the Hive
Amanda Akker - Scentsy
Petina Walsh - OmMade
Chantelle Kendall- Pearl of Beauty
Kate Seidel- Lorraine Lea Linen
Kellie Sims- Kekkii
Rachel Sharp - Little Oak Studio
Kellie Raynor - Fancy Trims by Kellie Raynor
Claire Magliulo-Country Made, Images by Claire
Olivia Sadler- Miss Miley
Jessica Zuckers- J'lees Salon
Karina Manno- 3 Sisters Gifts
Samara Conradi- Snuffle Mats , made by Samara
Christie Lee Simpson- Jimmy Jones
Marley Freer- Pretty Little Bead Boutique
Kylie Talbot- Bodyshop
Ashley Chelsea Haywood- Mrs Mooses Masterly Hookings
Thomas Maywald- Comfort Inn Flinders on Main
Thea Gray-Hobbs - Fleurieu Creations
Sharyn Smith- Car detail
Hannah Conradi I&B designs
Kate Bellman - Resin Art