A schoolgirl collected more than 150 Easter eggs for NHS staff in the midst of the coronavirus crisis.
The Midlands schoolgirl donates chocolate candies to staff at Birmingham QE Hospital.
Clarissa Greenfield, six, wants them to have the eggs after helping save her grandmother’s life.
Her grandson, Denise Mansfield, of Swadlincote, was diagnosed with cerebral aneurysm in September 2015 after months of puffy, dripping eyes.
Throughout her diagnosis and recovery, her “special little companion”, Clarissa, was by her side.
Clarissa’s mom Felicity, who lives in Ashby, said DerbyshireLive : “She originally set this target last year thinking that we could go to the supermarket and advertise, but things have obviously been a little different this year.
“But she did so well.
“Last year it delivered 126 Easter eggs, so it set 150 this year, which it surpassed.
“I was gone for a year, but she talked over and over about Easter eggs.
“She is so determined and just wants to do good.”
The 24-year-old continued, “Clarissa completed a Christmas market in December and raised over £ 700 for the hospital and also posted an image for the hospital charity shop which was printed. on mugs, aprons and printed materials to raise funds for hospital charity.
“She enjoys doing her charity events and it is now part of her life.
“As soon as something is finished, she already makes plans for her next event.
“As I get older, it’s more endearing because she just understands who she’s helping now. She makes me very proud.”
Clarissa, a Packington C of E Primary School student, said, “It is a pleasure to be able to help others.
“It is important to be kind and to help others.”