Every family has its own Easter traditions - many of which will fall to the wayside this year in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic.
But there's one tradition many families across the state share: donating to the Royal Children's Hospital Good Friday Appeal.
It's a highlight of Good Friday - sitting in front of the television watching the donations roll in.
It's a time to see the good side of humanity, as communities as small as Telangatuk East and as large as Geelong give so they may grow.
And of course, it's a chance to recognise the amazing amount of good the doctors, nurses and staff at the Melbourne hospital do every single day.
Lots of things are different about this Easter - but showing your support for the Royal Children's Hospital doesn't need to be one of those things.
While the fire trucks won't be coming up and down our streets, with volunteers rattling their tins, there's still a virtual tin shake going on online.
And the incredible staff at the hospital will still continue to help countless children from across the state, like Horsham's Fletcher Dandy.
Fletcher was only four years old when he was diagnosed with a rare epilepsy syndrome that affects about 200 children worldwide.
Ahead of Good Friday, his loving father Simon has shared his son's story, and talked about the "guardian angels" at the hospital who have helped him through his journey.
You can read Fletcher's story here.
This Easter, things might be unusual. But by keeping this one tradition, we can still make a difference to children like Fletcher Dandy.
Have a safe, healthy and happy Easter with your household, from all of us here at the Mail-Times.
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