Members of the public have donated food, clothes and even fridges to the search effort for April Jones, according to Superintendent Ian John of Dyfed Powys Police.
It's really been very inspiring to see the people, who have delivered food, they've delivered clothes.
Some of the food that we had, we thought it would go off and so somebody delivered a whole load of fridges.
I've never seen anything like it and nobody that I've spoken to has seen anything even approaching this level of community spirit.
But it's not just Machynlleth, it's from all over the country.
Police say they have almost finished searching April Jones' home town and the focus has shifted to suspect Mark Bridger's village.
Police have confirmed the high numbers of officers searching for April Jones will remain over the weekend.
Mark Bridger appeared in court this morning accused of the abduction and murder of five-year-old April Jones.