THREE worthy causes will benefit from thousands of pounds raised for little Paige Williams.
The brave three-year-old (pictured right) from Prestatyn touched the hearts of people in the community after the Disney-loving toddler was diagnosed with a brain tumour.
The Journal reported how her family and friends wanted to send her on a dream holiday to Disneyland and a massive fundraising drive was launched to make her wish come true.
Now £12,000 left over from the drive is to be spilt between CLIC Sargent, Alder Hey Children's Hospital and Nicola's Fund.
Nicola's Fund was set up by the family of Wrexham teenager Nicola Riley, who died from a malignant brain tumour in 2005, to send familes on all-expenses-paid trips to enjoy happy memories with their sick children.
Tiny Tots nursery in Prestatyn led the fundraising drive for Paige with staff, parents and supporters taking part in an abseil down the Marquess of Anglesey’s Column last July.
Tina Jones, owner of Tiny Tots, where Paige attended, said: "This is a fantastic amount that is going to these charities.
“It shows how much the comminity pulled together to raise the money.
“We couldn't have done it without all the people who took part.
“It is a testament to how Paige touched people's hearts and Paige had a wonderful holiday.
“She meant so much to everyone here at Tiny Tots.These charities are really going to benefit from this.
“The CLIC Sargent nurse has been fantastic in supporting the family.”
A plaque is to be put up in Tiny Tots in memory of Paige and ballons will be let off during the cheque presentation ceremony on Friday.
Communities in Rhyl, Prestatyn and beyond joined together and launched fundraising effort for Paige, including a fun day in Rhyl's Coronation Gardens.
In August she was able to take her once in a lifetime trip to Disneyland Paris to meet her cartoon heroes.
Mum Rebecca Williams and dad Michael Rider, who will be attending the event at Tiny Tots, described Paige, who died in September, as their “adored daughter”.