Wagga's William Goldstraw is on a mission to raise money for the region's charities, with the Women's Health Centre receiving his latest donation.
The 13-year-old Mount Austin High School student donated up to $200 worth of personal care items through cashing in collections of cans and bottles at the Return and Earn stations, giving half the earnings to charity.
William’s campaign has donated to organisations like the Guide Dogs and Wagga’s Rural Fire Service brigades, SMART twice, as well as buying presents for children and nurses in Wagga Base Hospital at Christmas.
"I have a Facebook Page where people can donate their products to me and we upload posts to show where the money is going," William said.
"It feels good giving the stuff to them and mum gave me the idea and I thought it was a good idea to help charities."
William's father Andrew said more people are following his son's page and he is able to collect a lot of bottles within a few weeks.
"It's slowly growing bigger and bigger, and he's getting more cans to recycle, so instead of taking a couple of months to be able to donate $100 to $200 worth of items, it's only taking him a couple of weeks," he said.
"Living in Ashmont and also being the postie, a lot of the kids near us don't get much and it's good to see our kid growing up in Ashmont doing a good deed."
William's mother Terri said her son is "such a sweet boy" and she is proud of his compassion.
The Women's Health Centre health promotion worker Claire Kendall said it is vital for people to have a "social conscience".
"It's something that is commendable for anyone, but certainly for somebody so young, a high school teenager, is really something special to see at that age," she said.