A shopping trip in Liverpool city centre led to a heartwarming act from a nine-year-old boy.
William Harrison, who has autism, was upset by the number of homeless people he saw as well as their pets.
The youngster, who attends the English Martyrs Primary School in Litherland, decided he wanted to do something to help.
With his nanny Joan, William asked local pizza shop Dough for some empty boxes - which they kindly donated for free.
Then, on Sunday, William, his mum and his Nanny set off for the city centre once again with a Santa sack full of gifts - as well as dog food and biscuits.