They haven't reached high school but a pair of savvy children are using technology to drum up worldwide support for charity projects that would otherwise be limited to the classroom.
Grace Hoes, 11, and Ben Healy, 10, use the internet to spread their messages to thousands.
The pair were among hundreds of WA children to get Kids Who Give awards at Government House yesterday.
Grace's website asks people to discuss organ donation with their families.
In just two months, her site talkaboutorgandonation.com reached more than 5600 people and she hopes it will one day lead to an "opt out" system for organ donation.
Ben's project CHOOK (children helping out other kids) asks children to sort their old clothes and toys and donate them to children in foster care.
"My family have always wanted to foster a child but we didn't have the space, so we thought we'd help them in some other way," he said.
Governor Malcolm McCusker's wife Tonya, who attended the event, said Grace and Ben were examples of why children should be taught to help others from a young age.