A kind-hearted five-year-old has donated all the money in her piggy bank to "help the poorly babies off the television".
Grace Hughes surprised her mum, Kaye, when she announced she wanted to donate the cash she had been saving for a toy to charity.
The girl from Woodgate, Leicester, insisted she wanted to donate all the money she had collected since her January birthday to Save the Children.
She even called the charity herself – with a bit of help from mum – to make the £10 donation.
"I wanted to do it because I saw people on the telly that were very poorly," said Grace, who learned about Save the Children through a television advert.
"The poorly babies were sad and had no money.
"I gave them £10.
"When they get the money, I think they will be able to buy lots of things.
"I was saving up the money for a toy.
"I got the money from my mummy."
The pupil at Christ the King School, in Western Park, Leicester, said she had been inspired by lessons at school about Easter.
"I learnt about the poorly children and I learnt that they don't have any money and we should be kind at Easter," she said.
Mum Kaye, 25, said she was proud of Grace's generosity. "I was just making the bed and she came up to me and said, 'I want to give some money to the poorly children off the television'," said Kaye.
"I was taken aback and I told her that we don't have that much and she said she could give the money from her piggy bank.
"I asked her if she was sure – she only had about £10 and she had been saving it to buy a toy in the summer.
"But she was quite sure and wanted to help the poorly babies. She even spoke to the man on the phone at Save the Children. I don't think he quite knew what to make of her."
Kaye said she thinks Grace was particularly affected by the charity advert which features malnourished youngsters, because she is very close to her eight-month-old baby brother, Ben.
"She's very protective of him and cuddles him all the time," said Kaye.
"She is the first person he wants to see in the morning.
"I am very proud of her because it was totally unprompted."