Evertonian David Thompson has helped put a smile on the faces of Brazilian youngsters while watching the World Cup.
He joined other England supporters in presenting over 700 football shirts to children in one of the country's poorest areas of Sao Paulo - Diadema.
The shirts were donated by fans and clubs from all over the country, including Everton.
David spent a day visiting a project run by Acer Brasil which, through sport and other activities, has seen Diadema's crime rate decrease significantly since starting two years ago.
There are around 7000 children in the project and many of them were handed individually-wrapped shirts.
Many congratulations to David and fellow supporters for their efforts.