After receiving a new Spiderman T-shirt, Will asked his mother Liz how T-shirts were made.
‘At the end, I mentioned that there were many children who didn’t get such lovely clothes, so Will wanted to do something about it,’ Mrs Blaxell said.
‘He suggested we get T-shirts for all the poor kids, and with that, the wheels were in motion.’
Mrs Blaxell said they planned to print 50 T-shirts decorated with Will’s artwork to give to underprivileged children in Vietnam and were now raising money to make the clothes.
She said the project had a range of benefits for children in Perth, including awareness, connection and care.
‘Will is really excited about giving the T-shirts away and it is a great way for him to show other kids that he cares about them,’ Mrs Blaxell said.
‘Because there has been so much interest in the project, we are asking other children to draw a picture to give to the children as well.
To donate, visit startsomegood.com/Venture/ love_william/Campaigns/ Show/help_will_make_ tshirts_for_underprivileged_kids.