A six-year-old rugby fan is proving she is worth her weight in gold by tirelessly fundraising to help others.
Leeds Rhinos devotee Megan Rodd has been baking buns and selling them at the Headingley matches.
When she is not up to her elbows in flour she is busy organising a sponsored walk.
If that was not enough, every week Megan donates her weekly spending money to charity.
So far Megan has raised £405 for the Leeds Rugby Foundation, the official charity for Leeds Rugby which changes people’s lives through sport.
Proud mum Michelle, from Dewsbury, said: “Megan is a little star, she would help anyone and is very thoughtful. I was amazed when she asked to donate her spend to the Rugby Foundation after she saw some people fundraising at a match.
“We are extremely proud of her.”
Megan, who goes to St Ignatius school, in Ossett, will see her favourite Ronnie the Rhino when she is mascot for the game against Wigan Warriors on Friday, at Headingley Carnegie stadium.
Lucy Young, chief executive of Leeds Rugby Foundation, said: “Megan is a true inspiration. Her commitment, enthusiasm and selflessness shows what more we could all do to make a difference.”
Megan said: “After seeing how easy it was to raise money, I decided to do a two mile walk. We walked from the stadium to Hyde Park and back with Ronnie the Rhino. I’m trying to make a difference to people not as fortunate as me. I love watching rugby and I am a massive Rhinos fan and this helps change lives.”
To support Megan text RHIN64 to 77070 with amount you want to give. Or visit www.justgiving.com and search under Michelle Rodd, to find Megan’s page.