They are three different car enthusiast clubs, but they have a common goal and that's to help the survivors of last week's tragic house fire at Singleton.
Hunter Cruise Club, Lowered n Lifted and Hostile Empire are fledgling organisations for local car lovers and while they hold regular meets to showcase their wheels, there is a much more charitable side to the organisations and an event later this month will highlight their generosity.
For Lowered n Lifted founder Liam Townsend and his mum Leeanne Morton, the club's next rally is somewhat personal.
The story resonated with Leeanne, from Singleton, who not only knew the family but she too raised children in a housing commission home who were also victims of a house fire.
"We were the lucky ones, we survived," she said. "I can't even begin to imagine what it would be like to lose three of my children," she said.
Leanne and Liam, of Maitland, have organised a charity run for the family on Sunday, July 14. The run will start from Cameron Park at 11am and finish at Rose Point Park, Singleton at 5pm. More information is available on the Lowered n Lifted Facebook page.
While Hostile Empire and Hunter Cruise Club support the run, they will also hold a similar event on Saturday, July 13. Details are also available on their Facebook pages.
Lowered n Lifted started in 2014 as a small group of friends who loved their cars. The first meet had about 15 cars, and has grown with hundreds of cars now turning up to regular meets - held in the Hunter Valley Motorsports car park at Rutherford.
The meets are family friendly show n shine events featuring a wide array of vehicles. "We also get groups of people who love their type of cars, such as Holdens, Fords, Chevies, and even those who have started the long journey of a building a project car," Liam said.
Aaron Patch from Hunter Cruise Club said his group regularly takes vehicles to the Lowered n Lifted meets. His club has 147 members from Maitland, Newcastle and Cessnock. The club will hold a meeting on August 3 at Ultra Tune Cessnock which will be an open day and coincide with a show n shine.
Both Aaron and Liam said their meets are family focused and they do not condone burnouts or street racing. Police are notified of the Rutherford show n shine events.
As for the fire family fund raiser, the groups are throwing out a challenge for everyone who attends to dig deep. Money raised on the day will immediately be transferred into the Atkins family Go Fund Me account.