Many individuals in the Exeter will actually want to have a Christmas supper this year on account of the endeavors of one seven-year-old young lady from Exeter.
Sienna Littley chose she needed to effectively help those less lucky than her this merry period.
She began making customized Christmas embellishments - with all benefits going towards gifts for Exeter Foodbank.
She set out with the expect to sell 100, however It didn't take long for Sienna to crush that objective, soon she had sold more than 1,700.
Among her and her sister Darcy they have raised more than £2,300.
This cash has paid for 70 extraordinary food bundles for nearby families, taking care of somewhere in the range of 200 and 300 individuals on Christmas day.
There was additionally cash left over which went towards purchasing fundamental things for the foodbank.
Imprint Richardson the supervisor of Exeter Foodbank said: "We are seeing a ton of families, much more than expected coming in, individuals who've never gotten to foodbanks, individuals who aren't sure the thing they will do, how they will take care of their family, how they will make this time unique, so this is astonishing."
Michael Dart from Darts Homestead who has helped supply the elements for the food bundles said they were all "blown away" when they heard what Sienna had done.
Sienna's mum, Sarah Littley said she "Can't accept the number of she (Sienna) figured out how to sell."
She added that she is "uber glad" of Sienna.