Three defibrillators have been installed at schools in one Worcestershire town - thanks to a 10-year-old girl's lifesaving campaign.
Emily Faulkner wants to raise enough money to get a defibrillator installed at every school in Bromsgrove.
The Parkside Middle School student has set her aim at £10,000, which she hopes will be enough to fund the potentially life-saving machines at the 12 schools in Bromsgrove without their own defibrillator.
She created her own fashion brand to do so, selling t-shirts, pens, bags and caps the she has designed herself.
And she's already reached more than £4,000 - with three installed, and another on the way.
On Monday, to mark National Restart a Heart Day, the latest school to benefit from Emily's campaign - Dodford First School - held a heart-themed non-uniform day, to try to raise extra cash for the cause.
Dodford First School headteacher Lisa Parkes said she was "delighted" that the school was now equipped with a defibrillator.