A special charity day has been organised to remember one of the Barcelona terror attack's youngest victims - Sydney boy Julian Cadman.
The family day hopes to raise funds for Julian's parents, Jumarie, who was hospitalised following the Las Ramblas attack, and Andrew, who flew to Barcelona to be by her side.
The event "In Memory of our Karate Kid" is being organised by Prodigy Martial Arts Australia in Sydney's west, where Julian trained.
Instructor Peter Vass says the seven-year-old was a "champion" and hopes the day will "celebrate our special boy Julian's life" and support his family.
"Julian was an amazing boy with a bright smile that would light up the room and was always full of energy and just a happy boy with a extremely quick right cross," Mr Vass posted on the Prodigy Martial Arts Australia Facebook page.
"As an instructor I can not help but see these students as family and Julian was no different."
Saturday's event in Seven Hills will feature a charity auction where bidders can win a date with Home and Away actor Jake Ryan - with all funds raised going to the Cadman family.
The charity day is the second community effort to support the Cadman family after family friend Scott Bowman organised a GoFundMe page which, as of Wednesday evening, had raised about $240,000 for the Cadmans.