It's billed as one of the most inspirational events in the television calendar, and there's no doubt that the Pride of Britain Awards is the night for celebrating people who've done extraordinary things.
Well, now it's your chance to nominate one person who's very special, who goes above and beyond to help fund raise in their community, someone who deserves recognition and perhaps a night out they'll never forget.
Click here to nominate an individual or in branches of TSB.
The person you nominate must be aged 16 or over and available to be filmed and have their story told on ITV Border.
Dumfries fundraiser Michael Pattie was invited to the glitzy Pride of Britain Awards in London, as the Border region's winner.
Find out what the man, who's raised more than £300,000 for charity, made of the event:
Michael Pattie, the fundraiser from Dumfries who was ITV Border's Pride of Britain winner, has been speaking about the night of the awards ceremony.
He rubbed shoulders with celebrities like Cheryl Fernandez-Versini at the event, which celebrates Britain's most selfless fundraisers:
Michael Pattie has raised more than £300,000 for meningitis research charities.
A Dumfries fundraiser says he was honoured to have attended the 2015 Pride of Britain Awards.
The ITV Border region's winner, Michael Pattie, was nominated for raising hundreds of thousands of pounds for the Meningitis Research Foundation.
The full awards programme will be shown on ITV at 8pm this evening.
The Pride of Britain awards recognise people from all walks of life, who have achieved amazing things, often in very difficult circumstances.
Kelly Holliday from Seaton in Cumbria was there as ITV Border's finalist in the Fundraiser of the year category. She didn't win the title but she certainly had a great night.
Kim Inglis reports.
The Daily Mirror Pride of Britain Awards took place in London last night.
The star studded occasion, hosted by Carol Vorderman, will be screened on ITV1 at 8 o clock tonight.
Kelly Holliday from Seaton was there as ITV Border's finalist in the Fundraiser of the Year category. Kelly raised more than a hundred thousand pounds in ten months in memory of her daughter Isla who died from a rare genetic condition.
Today Kelly has been invited to a finalist's reception at Number 10 Downing Street hosted by the Prime Minister.
There's less than 24 hours left to nominate someone for the Pride of Britain Awards 2014.
Do you know an inspirational fundraiser? Can you think of someone who is creative and passionate when it comes to raising money for charity?
Don't hesitate to nominate them to represent the ITV Border region this year.
To nominate and for more information click here.
At the heart of our communities are the amazing people who give up their time to improve the lives of those around them.
If you know a great fundraiser who deserves to be recognised or an unsung hero who volunteers their time to help others in their community, nominate them for a Pride of Britain Award.
You can nominate someone by clicking here.
There's still time left to apply for this year's Daily Mirror Pride of Britain Awards.
If you know someone who is creative, inspirational, and passionate when it comes to fundraising don't hesitate to nominate them - they could be chosen to represent the ITV Border region at the London award ceremony in October.
Here's some more details: