A fund for a Syrian boy who was allegedly attacked in a video shared widely online has now closed after it raised £158,000.
There were demonstrations outside Almondbury school in Huddersfield after the video went viral - and donations poured in from around the world to the fund set up for him.
GoFundMe said the appeal for the 15-year-old refugee was one of the most widely shared and fastest growing of the year.
Its organiser Mohammed Tahir thanked everyone of their contributions towards the £158,089 total which he said represented a life-changing amount for the family.
Prime Minister Theresa May has previously said the generous public response showed the "true spirit of Britain".
A 16-year-old boy has been interviewed over the attack on the boy and reported for summons for an offence of assault ahead of a youth court appearance.