A selfless teenager is on a mission to help the homeless have a very merry Christmas – with boxes filled with blankets and food.
Kind-hearted Amy Moloney, 16, is ready to go out and meet people on the streets over the festive period after paying for clothes and food.
The teenager has also set up a fundraising page for others to donate to her charitable cause for the people who need her help most.
Amy, from Leyland, Lancs., said: “I set up a Go Fund Me page and people are donating to raise money.
”I’m going to go and buy boxes and fill them with blankets, clothes and food and, starting in Preston, I’m going to go out and deliver them to people on the streets.
“I’d like to be able to meet the people and have a conversation. A while ago I met a homeless man and he asked if I had any change.
“I didn’t because I had just bought a drink, so I gave him the drink and spoke to him.
“He said the time I spent talking to him meant more than the drink.”
Last year, the teenager made boxes containing much-needed items and gave them out to homeless people on Christmas Eve.
Amy , who also runs anti-bullying campaign, Don’t Back Down To Bullying (DBDTB) after being bullied throughout high school, said: “l just try to help as many people as I can.
“It’s just talking to people and helping with whatever they need.”
To support her campaign, visit: www.gofundme.com/DBDTB.