NED Hilton is a thoughtful fellow and a fund- raiser extraordinaire - at the age of six!
With the help of brother Sam and sister Esther he has raised £360 for four charities.
His self-organised coffee morning at his Lindley home was a huge success.
Ned's original idea was to help pay for the redevelopment of Lindley Methodist Church, where his father, Rob, is the minister.
"It was about Christmas that he had the idea, just before the tsunami hit" said mum Ruth.
"That became the second charity added to Ned's list."
After that came the tragic death of the local vicar, the Rev Gary Mann.
He had been a regular visitor to Ned's school, Lindley C of E Infants.
Mr Mann was the vicar at Lindley Parish Church and his death encouraged Ned to include another charity, Kirkwood Hospice.
Finally, the youngster decided to help an appeal for the street children in Kenya, which he found out about after friends visited the country.
Ned sold tickets for the coffee morning at £1 each.
"It was all his own idea," said Mrs Hilton.
"He welcomed everyone and helped bake cakes for the occasion."
"We are so proud," his mum added.