BROWNIE Megan Maiden took the sweet toothed approach to fundraising when she decided to support top South Yorkshire dementia charity Lost Chord.
Megan, who is nine and a member of the 9th Rotherham Brownie Group, chose to raise money for Lost Chord to gain her Charity Badge.
Lost Chord is the organisation that provides vital professional music experiences for people living with dementia in care homes and day centres across the region and nationally.
Megan baked and sold cakes at her Brownie group and also to teachers and staff at St Albans Primary School in Wickersley.
And her baking efforts raised a fantastic final total of £70, which will go directly to ensuring Lost Chord can continue providing its programme of events.
“This really is a remarkable effort and proof that even the youngest person can make a difference when they support a good cause,” said Lost Chord Chief Executive Helena Muller.
“We are so proud of what Megan achieved on her very special day of fundraising and we look forward to her working with us many more times in the years to come.
“As they say on the Great British Bake Off, Megan really is a star baker!”
To find out more about Lost Chord and how to support the charity simply visit www.lost-chord.org.uk