A KIND-HEARTED Scarborough schoolgirl has raised £1,100 towards the Olivia Smith Trust Fund.
Eleanor Wood, 11, organised a garden party and afternoon tea at the Stained Glass Centre in Cayton.
The youngster, who will start at Scalby School in September, wanted to help as Olivia’s mum Laura used to cut her hair at Hair by Helena.
Eleanor’s dad, Nigel Wood, said: “This is Eleanor’s third project to raise money for the fund - she has also organised a coffee morning and washed cars.
“She has such a caring nature - in the past she has given her birthday money away to causes such as the tsunami fund and the Salvation Army.
“We’re very proud of her.”
Mr Wood thanked everyone who has supported Eleanor in her fundraising efforts, especially Val and Simon Green at the Stained Glass Centre.
He added: “Eleanor was delighted with the amount raised. I’m sure she’ll have another project coming up soon.”