The Shoalhaven poured $35000 into supporting kids with disabilities and their families at the annual Noah's Challenge on Sunday, November 3.
Julie Munley, of Noah's Inclusion Services, said more than 150 people participated in the challenge, many in fancy dress.
And despite predictions of rain, the weather held.
Checkpoints included a range of activities including a fitness circuit, golf putting challenge, face make-up challenge, dance-off, charades, 3D puzzle, crazy hair, sign building, martial arts circuit, soccer goal scoring and giant jigsaw.
The $35000 raised will go towards Noah's programs for children in the Shoalhaven who have additional needs, and their families.
Ms Munley praised the contribution members of the Navy 816 Squadron made to the day.
"We could not have gotten through the day without these incredible helpers," she said.
"They also donated a $2000 cheque on the day as a result of their own fundraising efforts."
Ms Munley also thanked sponsors and volunteers of the event.