Pupils from a Blackburn school have raised more than £2,600 following the disasters in Morocco and Libya.
The pupils from Pleckgate High School held a number of events on Friday to help raise the funds.
The events included selling sweet cones made by the Senior Prefect team, wearing green or red accessories to school a raffle to win a Nintendo Switch which had been donated by The Adhan Group.
The total of £2,636.67, has been donated to Benefit Mankind to support their charitable work.
Headteacher of Pleckgate High School, Aishling McGinty said: “We are incredibly grateful that our pupils wanted to help to fund vital support for people suffering in Morocco and Libya.
"We are so grateful for members of our community and local businesses who have all come together to help our pupils raise such an amazing amount.
"All the money raised from the event will help Benefit Mankind support the people affected the most.”
Benefit Mankind is an international aid relief and development organisation.
Salim Patel from The Adhan Group, said: “The Adhan Group are always happy to support local institutions seeking to make a difference in the world today.
"Pleckgate High School and their thought for others in need are a shining example of how the young people of Blackburn are making a difference in the world today.”
Chief executive of Benefit Mankind, Abdussamad Mulla said: “We extend our heartfelt gratitude to the dedicated staff, students, and supportive parents of Pleckgate High School.
"Their collective efforts and unwavering commitment to a humanitarian cause have made a significant impact in the aftermath of the devastating earthquake in Morocco.
"Through their noble endeavours, they have not only raised funds but also raised hope and saved lives.
“The earthquake in Morocco presented an urgent crisis, and the generosity and compassion displayed by the Pleckgate High School community played a crucial role in alleviating the suffering of those affected.
"Their fundraising efforts exemplify the power of collective action and the spirit of global solidarity.”
He added: “The funds raised by Pleckgate High School have been instrumental in providing essential aid, medical care, and support to those affected by the earthquake in Morocco.
"Lives have been saved, and the path to recovery has been paved, thanks to their selfless contributions."