A bullied nine-year-old boy with dwarfism is doing his bit for the community and delivering home cooked meals and groceries to struggling Aussies.

Quaden Bayles made international headlines in February when mother Yarraka posted a video of him distressed and saying he wanted to die after kids picked on him at school.

Ever since the heartwrenching footage went viral, the Brisbane schoolboy has been inundated with support from celebrities, sportspeople and musicians from all over the world.

On Monday, Ms Bayles shared a heartwarming photo of Quaden delivering groceries to those living in remote communities as part of a ‘Pay It Forward’ initiative with catering company Yarraka & Family.

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“Quaden_the_kid helped to deliver to Stradbroke Island today,” read the caption, featuring a beaming Quaden pulling a trolley full of groceries.

“Are you or someone you know doing it tough? A family or friend in need?

“You can nominate to receive a care package as part of our 'Pay it forward' program.”

Yarraka & Family are “passionate First Nations foodie family who specialise in Indigenous infusions, grazing tables/platters and call your catering needs”. 

Quaden has been working alongside the family for three weeks, donating food to the less fortunate.

This article originally appeared on Over60.