Staffordshire teenager Stephen Sutton, who is close to raising a million pounds for the Teenage Cancer Trust, told ITV News Central in December that being diagnosed with bowel cancer aged 15 "made me realise I wanted to do something with my life".
The inspirational teenager dedicated his life to "spreading kindness" and inspiring others, as he explains in this interview about his involvement with the Fixers organisation.
The Independent on Sunday has released their 2014 Happy List, which highlights the top 100 people who enrich the lives of others.
A security guard wound up with a free trip to Las Vegas after an e-mail error - but donated it to charity instead.
Stephen Sutton was "a credit to humanity" whose "spirit lives on", say this morning's front pages.