Each year, Granada Reports sends one person to the star-studded Daily Mirror Pride of Britain Awards in London.
Now the search has begun for this year's Pride of Granada - and we're looking for great fundraisers.
Today the Pride of Britain tour bus stopped off at Coronation Street on it's UK tour, with famous faces lending their support.
The Daily Mirror Pride of Britain Awards celebrate the achievements of truly remarkable people who make our world a better place.
Each year, Granada Reports sends one person to the star-studded Daily Mirror Pride of Britain Awards in London. Now the search is on for this year's Pride of Granada - and we're looking for nominations for great fundraisers.
ITV Granada's nominee last year was Nicola Graham from Mottram, the founder of a retreat for seriously ill children and their families.
It was set up in memory of her son, Reuben, who died just before his second birthday.
We spoke to Nicola earlier, and asked what being nominated for the Pride of Britain meant to her.
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Inspirational schoolboy Ted McCaffery, from Warrington has been named LIDL's Young Fundraiser of the Year at the Daily Mirror Pride of Britain Awards 2014.
While he waited for open heart surgery, little Ted decided to raise money to replace the broken TV in his room - not for himself, but for the next little boy or girl.
He finished a mini-triathlon to raise money for the hospital before launching a social media campaign where people take a photo of their teddy, adding #showusyourbear and donate to Alder Hey.
Pop singer Olly Murs presented little Ted with his award at last night's star studded ceremony at London's Grosvenor House Hotel. Olly told little Ted a private jet was waiting to whisk him and his family away for a holiday in Disneyland Paris, right there and then.
With a huge grin, Ted replied: "Back of the net!"
Read more here and watch Ted get his award on ITV at 8pm tonight.
Nicola has raised a million pounds in less than two years after the death of her son from a brain tumour. That's bought a retreat for parents to take their poorly children and provide counselling. Reuben’s Retreat is a charity that was born in memory of Reuben Michael Graham who tragically passed away aged 23 months. The charity's goal is to provide a retreat in the North West of England countryside that will relieve the distress of families and their close friends who have suffered the bereavement of a child or have a child suffering from a life limiting or life threatening illness.
The time has come to choose one North West fundraiser who will represent the region at the Pride of Britain Awards.
All this week we've been sharing the remarkable stories of inspiring people.
On Monday, we met Trevor Fairhurst, from Wigan, whose daughter Carly was killed by her boyfriend in 2006. Since then, Trevor and his wife Sheila, have done all they can to help other grieving families through Victim Support.
Tuesday's nominee was Christian Nock from Blackpool. After leaving the army, Christian ran a B&B in Blackpool - but lost everything all and ended up homeless. Determined not to let it beat him Christian put his best foot forward and decided to walk the coast of Britain - all 8,500 miles thousand miles of it in aid of Help for Heroes.
The story of Nicola Graham, who lost 23-month-old son Reuben to an aggressive brain tumour two-years-ago, featured on Wednesday. Nicola, form Mottram, has tirelessly fundraised to build a home where other families can make memories with their terminally ill children.
And yesterday, we heard from Paula Holmes from Lancashire who's raising money for research into brain tumours after the death of her 10 year old daughter Katy. So far, the Katy Holmes Trust has raised over £500,000.
On the Granada judging panel were Coronation Street star Jennie McAlpine, celebrity therapists Nik and Eva Speakman, Granada Reports presenters Tony Morris and Sarah Rogers, and Programme Editor Andrew Rigby.
The winner will be revealed on tonight's programme at 6pm.
This week we've been bringing you our Pride of Britain Fundraiser of the Year finalists.
Today we hear from Paula Holmes from Lancashire who's raising money for research into brain tumours after the death of her 10 year old daughter Katy.
So far, the Katy Holmes Trust has raised over £500,000.
Sarah Rogers has the story:
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A mother from Mottram has dedicated her life to helping bereaved families following the death of her son.
Nicola Graham lost 23-month-old Reuben to an aggressive brain tumour two-years-ago. Since then she's tirelessly fundraised to build a home where other families can make memories with their terminally ill children.
Sarah Rogers went to meet her: