A six-year-old, kindly boy, who has collected ALL the plastic toys from the mini Coles store, is selling them to raise money for charities.
- Oliver Nguyen has a complete set of 30 pieces of Coles Little Shop Mini Collectables
- He has chosen to raffle his prize, selling tickets for $ 5 at his parents' bakery
- All funds raised will be transferred to Royal Children's Hospital in Melbourne
- Coles Little Shop Mini Collectables is the latest madness of children to sweep the nation
Andrew Prentice for Daily Mail Australia
Oliver Nguyen is undoubtedly the envy of many children of his age after having collected the entire set of 30 pieces Little Town Mini Collectables by Coles.
But in a selfless movement that will warm the hearts of many, the six-year-old from Melbourne has decided to pass his much coveted award.
Instead, Oliver is selling raffle tickets for $ 5 each to auction off his Mini Collectables at the bakery that his parents own at Hoppers Crossing, about 30 km west of Melbourne CBD.
Oliver Nguyen, six years old, is auctioning his Coles Little Shop to raise money for charities
The big winners are the Royal Children's Hospital, with Oliver's tickets coming through the door at a rapid pace.
After initially expecting to raise close to one hundred dollars, $ 500 has already been raised.
Oliver's mother, Huong Nguyen, said the response from customers at her bakery has been incredible.
"Everyone has been happy to support him," he told Daily Mail Australia.
"The attention has been a bit overwhelming, we certainly did not expect it.
"Once Oliver decided he wanted to give away his collection, my husband and I proposed a raffle.
Tickets for only $ 5 are on sale before the raffle at The Baker & # 39; s It's Saturday, February 22
& # 39; We are very proud of him. & # 39;
Oliver, a primary school student at Sacred Heart Elementary School in Newport, decided he wanted to donate to Children's Hospital after spending some time as a patient in the emergency room a few years ago.
Raffle winners will be raffled on Saturday, September 22 at The Baker & # 39; s Son.