It's the thought that counts.
Those were the words from local boilermaker Neil 'Jumbo' Collins this afternoon when presenting a wooden axe to the Scotts Flat RFS team.
The item, which took the local personality three days to make, will be kept at the Scotts Flat RFS building tonight before it is raffled off next month.
"It's an axe that I made, it was something to do and I put it on the back board and decided to donate to them so they can raffle it off or auction it," Mr Collins told the Singleton Argus.
"They've been doing it tough so the recent bushfires inspired me to make it."
Scotts Flat RFS captain George Dick suspects the item will go to auction at his group's next meeting in January.
"It looks very nice so we'll hang it on the wall and as soon as something comes up we'll raffle it off," the captain concluded.