Lisa Welling and Sandra Ma are taking the trip of a lifetime this year, all in the name of some furry friends.
Engadine mother, Mrs Welling, and her colleague are heading to the Sumatran jungle for a wild trek in September.
They will be raising money for RSPCA NSW, with all funds going towards the valuable work done in animal protection from Wild Walk Sumatra.
Both women have worked at the RSPCA in the community program team, and have been with the organisation for a total of 19 years combined.
They assist people and animals in crisis, whether it's an elderly person needing hospital care, a homeless person, or someone escaping domestic violence. They also help with emergency boarding for pets.
They have raised more than $3500 so far.
'We both have such a passion for what RSPCA represents," Mrs Welling said.
"We help not only animals but the individuals and families that love them.
"The RSPCA NSW Community Programs team offers a very unique service, supporting people and their pets in times of hardship and crisis...when they have no one to look after their beloved pet.
"We help offer a safe place and support to the people and pets most in need."