A five-year-old girl has gone above and beyond to help Children In Need by making her own t-shirts and selling them to raise money for the charity.

Rose-Marie Walsh from Church in Accrington decided to use her fashion designing skills to good use after engaging in a conversation about why Children In Need is important.

From the end of school up until bedtime, the generous Rose-Marie spent her evenings creating 36 customised t-shirts.

Lancashire Telegraph: Rose-Marie with her dad Sam and mum Annastasia Rose-Marie with her dad Sam and mum Annastasia (Image: Annastasia)

Speaking on how this idea started, Rose-Marie’s mum Annastasia said: “She made her own t-shirt for non-uniform day.

"After me and her dad had a conversation about why raising money for Children In Need is important - we talked about how big companies like Asda et cetera sell Pudsey bear clothing for the occasion each year – she decided she wanted to raise more for them so she took to making her own t-shirts to sell.

“I shared this on social media and the orders came flying in. It took Rose three days to complete her orders.”

Rose asked for a minimum donation of £4 each, and from one small idea that sprouted into a wonderful act of kindness, Rose managed to sell every single t-shirt - raising £150 in total for Children In Need.

Children In Need sent Rose a certificate to commemorate her kind-hearted charity work, which she was excited to receive yesterday (November 21).

This year, Children In Need has raised more than £35 million following its annual fundraising show.

Anna added: “Her next venture is making reindeer dust for free to give to anybody who may need some to ensure their houses aren't missed by Santa and Rudolf on Christmas eve.

“Her dad and I are extremely proud of her and will continue to help and encourage her to help others whenever she wants to.”

After the success of her fundraiser, Rose shared how thrilled she was with her hard work and why she wanted to do it.

She said: “Thank you everyone for buying my t-shirts. I felt really happy to make my t-shirts. I made them to help people in need and it’s important to help people so they can be happy.”