Six-year-old Megan Rodd picked up a prestigious award – recognising her incredible kindness to others.
The young Rhinos fan and charity fundraiser, who even gives away her tooth fairy money, was one of 11 youngsters honoured at the Yorkshire Children of Courage awards at a glittering ceremony in Leeds.
Other winners included Leeds lads Josh Tootill, nine; Joe Barry, 16, and eight-year-old George Pearson.
Five-year-old Grace Fu, of Seacroft, was also honoured.
More than 700 guests gathered at the Royal Armouries to see Megan and other young winners take the stage at the event.
Rhinos fan Megan began raising cash at just five years old for the Leeds Rugby Foundation, which changes lives through sport. She is so determined to help other children she even gives her tooth fairy money away to charity.
Megan has collected cash in supermarkets and even climbed Ben Nevis mountain to raise funds. Her birthday and pocket money are also donated and so far she has handed over more than £2,000. Mum Michelle, of Dewsbury, said: “Megan is just so kind, it is not us encouraging her, it is her encouraging us.
“We gave her £5 for the first tooth she lost and £2 for each after that, and she gave it all away.
“She saw a charity fundraiser at a Rhinos match and then went on the internet herself to find out how to do the same.
“When we climbed Ben Nevis she took a bucket with her to collect along the way, and she even persuaded Super League Mascot Ronnie the Rhino to accompany her.”