You might think volunteers at the Georgia National Fair would be done for the year, but that's not the case.

Volunteers who call themselves the 'Fair Crackers' are stepping up for Hurricane Michael victims.

"I started volunteering about 10 years ago," said volunteer Tom Twoomes.

Twoomes is just one of the volunteers putting in overtime.

"This was a great way for me to receive goods and forward it to people in need," Twoomes said.

The Fair Crackers are collecting new and unused goods this week from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. for farmers affected by Michael in Calhoun, Florida.

"Cotton farms, cattle farms, produce farms, a lot of other industries that are in that area, but it's a smaller community," Patrick Gentry with the fairgrounds said.

Gentry says this supply drive will support farmers who lost resources due to storm damage.

"Bottled water, pet food, shop vacs [vacuums], roofing nails, shovels," Gentry said.

You can drop off things like tarps, pet food and even bug spray until this Wednesday.

Twoomes knows his hard work will pay off in a different way.

"There are people really, really hurting, that really, really need the things we're trying to collect today," Twoomes said.

Once the donation drive is over, the Fair Crackers are going to pack and load everything up into a semi-truck.

The volunteers hope to have the items in Florida by Friday afternoon.