Inspired by paralysed JordanA "beautiful" teenager is determined to go to her school prom next year, despite being paralysed from the chest down after breaking her neck in a car accident.
And the spirit of Jordan Bone (15), has inspired her family and friends to raise more than £600 which may go towards her dream holiday in California.
Jordan was a passenger in a car which overturned when the driver lost control on Castle Rising Road, North Wootton, on May 7.
The popular teenager has been in hospital since then and is much missed by her family and many school friends at Springwood High.
But her mum, Miss Jane Bone, said she is slowly getting stronger, and, through physiotherapy, is beginning to move her arms and get back some of the feeling in her fingers.
Pauline Walker, a friend of Jordan's grandmother Margaret Bone, Mrs Walker's daughter Teri and their friend Lisa Larkman, who is a receptionist at Springwood, got together and decided to raise some money for Jordan and her family.
"We just wanted to let them know that they have not been forgotten, and to offer some help and support," Mrs Walker told the Lynn News.
They held a coffee morning and a raffle at the Norfolk Harvester on Spencer Road, North Lynn, on Friday, attended by around 40 friends, family, neighbours and well-wishers.
And Jaz-D Design, of Albion Street, Lynn - where Jordan was going to do work experience - made special wristbands with her name on, which were sold for £2 each.
The company also donated fleeces and jackets to be sold.
Several local businesses and individuals donated cash to help support the family.