A nine-year-old girl has set-up a food collection campaign with the aim of feeding 1,000 homeless people.
Izzie King from Stansted Mountfitchet came up with the 'Breakfast Challenge' after seeing people sleeping rough in London during a trip to the theatre.
Watch Liz Summers report below.
Izzie’s mum, Debs, decided to make her little girl’s dream a reality. The graphic designer set about making posters, organising donation points and making an online fundraising page.
Izzie and Debs took more than 1,000 items to the Whitechapel Mission in London in 2017, following their first successful campaign. The charity offers food, shelter, clothing, and medical care to homeless people in the capital.
The pair hope to take even more food, to feed even more people, following this year's collection.
There are five donation points in Stansted Mountfitchet: St John's Church, The Co-op (Church Road), Bentfield Primary School, St Mary's Primary CE Foundation Primary School and Magna Carta Primary Academy.
Izzie will be collecting food until Friday 12 July 2019.
To find out more about Izzie's Breakfast Challenge and fundraising page click here.