An 8-year-old Dryden girl is using her creativity to help those in need by making dreamcatchers and with help, will be auctioning them off.
Taneal Walmsley will use her vision to make dreamcatchers with half of the proceeds going towards the Dryden Food Bank, with the other half going to the highest bidder's charity of choice.
"I want to feed my friends. I love everybody. I'm making the dreamcatchers out of branches, cedar and flowers - mother nature," Taneal said.
With the assistance of her friend and mentor, Reagan Breeze, she collected the items for the hand-made crafts on Monday afternoon.
"She's a little artist and has one of the biggest hearts I've ever seen. And for an 8-year-old to have the heart, compassion and vision to be able to assist others at such a young age is one of the most honourable things," says Breeze.
"There isn't any money going into anyone's pockets - just towards the Dryden Food Bank and the charity of the highest bidder's choice," he adds.
Bidding ends on Sunday, April 24 at 10:00 p.m. If you would like to put your bid in for a "Just For You" dreamcatcher, visit Reagan Breeze's Facebook page.
Taneal and Reagan joined Tuesday's Q Morning Show to tell us about this incredible and selfless act.