SCONE Neighbourhood Resource Centre (SNRC) manager Lee Watts is seeking assistance from residents to man the Morning Bites breakfast van when it rolls into action again next month.
The popular initiative, which provides a free breakfast to any child on their way to school, returns on Monday, July 20.
"We are reaching out to the community for volunteers, to prepare and serve brekkie," she said.
"If anyone is available between 7.30am and 9am one day a week, a fortnight or a month, please contact the SNRC on 6545 2562.
"The van operates in partnership with Joblink Plus, Foodbank NSW, Woolworths Scone and Coles Scone.
"So, we're working together to make sure no student goes to school hungry.
"Morning Bites isn't funded - that's why we still rely on this very generous community to donate food or support it financially.
"Families in a position to help can always pop a few coins in the money box on the breakfast van counter if they choose to."
SNRC staff member Jaala Presland said the list of delicious options on hand should satisfy everyone's taste buds.
"I have organised a menu to suit the cooler mornings focusing on wholesome foods to fill tummies, with a few traditional breakfast favourites," she explained.
"However, it [menu] will change depending on ingredients we have available at the time."