Tonight, we announced London's Daily Mirror "Pride of Britain" local hero.
It's almost time to reveal this year's Local Hero for London, part of the Daily Mirror Pride of Britain Awards.
Over the last week, we've shown you remarkable, selfless Londoners - nominated by you for the immense contributions they make to their communities.
Here's a reminder of the contenders.
The fourth of our Local Hero contenders for this year's Daily Mirror Pride of Britain Awards is Cassandra Delisser from Hackney.
She helps young people facing serious challenges to enjoy some independence.
The overall Pride of Britain winner for our region will be announced on Friday.They will go on to represent the capital at the national Pride of Britain award ceremony, which takes place on the 29th of October.
Third on our shortlist for the Daily Mirror Pride of Britain awards is Dan Jones, a Londoner who uses art to highlight injustices around the world.
He was nominated by his colleagues for his determination to bring attention to the plight of political prisoners.
Second on the London shortlist for the Daily Mirror Pride of Britain Awards is Neil Dowden. For more than ten years, he has spent the second Sunday of every month feeding homeless people in Charing Cross.
Just before the Olympics, we launched our search for local heroes, as part of this year's Daily Mirror Pride of Britain Awards.
We wanted you to nominate people who go the extra mile to make a real difference to their communities and we've now whittled down the nominations to a shortlist of four.
First up is Freddy Totesaut from Brent in north London.