In Queensland, Australia, Addyson (age six) and Lucy (age four), held a toy in one hand while dragging a cart in the other. While seeing empty shelves at the store, six-year-old Addyson got the idea to use her tooth fairy money to buy rolls of toilet paper for struggling pensioners. At a time when stockpiling supplies has become a norm, these two youngsters could be spotted knocking on doors of elderly neighbors, with a wooden cart piled with toilet paper and tissue boxes, asking if they would like any. One delighted woman offered the girls a bag of "fairy crystals" in return. Another man took rolls for a neighbor across the street who was unwell and couldn't go to the store.

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