A family from Keswick have sent private jets filled with thousands of pounds worth of aid to one of the Caribbean islands devastated by Hurricane Maria.
The Browns, who have businesses in Cumbria and Miami, have sent five planeloads of supplies to Dominica - costing them around £100,000.
These include everything from water purifiers, dried food and solar powered chargers.
Jonathan Brown, who went to Keswick School and started a salmon business in Maryport, has funded the aid.
His daughter, April Brown, is coordinating the relief effort:
The majority of homes and the hospital were badly damaged by Hurricane Maria - which came two weeks after Hurricane Irma hit several islands last month.
The Brown family continue to look at ways to offer help while the island works to rebuild all that was lost in the disaster.