Charlie was a talented hockey player who trained with the England under 15 team and had ambitions of representing Britain in the Olympics.
In December the family organised the first of what they hope will be an annual fundraising event with Charlie's former school - The Whitgift in south Croydon.
They hope the 'Charlie Hutton Hockey Festival' will keep his memory and passion for hockey alive, as well as to continue to raise funds for the RNLI.
24 year old Tom and 22 year old Sam Hutton are now in training for the London Marathon, aiming to raise £15,000 for the rescue services who tried to save their brother.
Last October, they took part in the Great South Run raising over £5,000 and they also plan to do a 14km Thames swim in August.
Tom, 24, a trainee lawyer, said, “The RNLI were absolutely amazing in their efforts and we want to show our appreciation by raising money for a fantastic charity devoted to saving the lives of people at sea.”
A boy from London has become the proud winner of the 'Young Campaigner of the Year' at the Spirit of London Awards.
Jonjo, 10, has managed to raise nearly £100,000 for the Bobby Moore Fund for cancer research, through sponsored walks and collections in memory of his grandmother.
Organisers of the Spirit of London Awards say Jonjo 'brought the house down' when his name was announced as the winner in his category.
His next challenge is gathering volunteers for a nine day hike to be held next year.
A schoolboy who has raised almost £100,000 has been nominated for a prestigious fundraising award.
Jonjo Hewerman,10, walks miles to help people with bowel cancer inspired by his grandmother and a famous footballer.
Piers Hopkirk went to meet him.