THE Commonwealth Bank was the hottest place in town for lunch in St Marys on Friday.
Crowds came from around Queen Street to enjoy a barbecue manned by branch staff while supporting a good cause.
It was a sizzling success with $485 raised for the Prostate Cancer Foundation of Australia (PCFA).
"Prostate cancer kills as many men as breast cancer kills women," branch manager Tonia Allison-Aramini said.
"We have a few customers who have shared their stories with us. This was our way to support them and hope they get better soon."
Now in its fifth year at the branch, the barbecue is always a big hit with the community.
"People can smell a sausage sizzle from anywhere," Mrs Allison-Aramini said.
Nepean Blue Mountains Prostate Cancer Support president Alan Moran was there to lend a hand and raise awareness for the cancer .
About 32 Australian men are diagnosed with the condition each day.
A St Marys butcher donated 350 sausages while Chivers Bakery in Cranebrook donated bread.
Woolworths and Coles in St Marys donated gift cards to buy more bread, serviettes and sauce.
The branch also raises funds throughout the year for breast cancer and the Clown Doctors.