This month we brought you the stories of our finalists in the search for London's most inspiring fundraiser. Now, we can unveil the winner who will represent London at this year's Daily Mirror Pride of Britain awards. Our judging panel chose Claudia Hicks from Islington. Following the death of her brother in a moped crash last year while he was being followed by police. She channelled her grief to set up a charity to help families deal with paying for funerals when they have unexpected bereavements.
The first of our nominees is Holly Bantleman who has been nominated for her work with Raise the Roof Kenya.Read the full story ›
An 11-year-old boy from Eltham and Mr Catchesides from Greenwich were among the heroes who took home a Pride of Britain award last night.Read the full story ›
This week we'll see the four finalists and we'll unveil the winner on Friday.Read the full story ›
We're looking for 'London's Fundraiser of the Year', and want to hear about people who've raised money for a great cause.Read the full story ›
All this week we've met people who are - every day - making a difference where they live.
As part of the Daily Mirror Pride of Britain Awards, we've been looking for people who deserve the title local hero.
Well the moment has arrived to meet the winner.
As part of the Daily Mirror Pride of Britain Awards we're looking for an ITV Community Hero who deserves recognition. Today we meet our final nominee -- John Marulanda.
He runs the Latin American Disabled Peoples' Project in South London, giving advice, help and friendship to those in need. Ria Chatterjee went to meet him.
For more than 3 decades Pat Gardner has been a friend, a confident and an inspiration to thousands of families in Greenwich.
When her son was born with cerebral palsy she knew she wanted to help families living with disabilities.
What started in her living room has now become a lifeline service - all paid for by fund-raising.
It's an amazing achievement and the reason she's been nominated as an ITV Local Hero at his year's Daily Mirror Pride of Britain Awards.
Ria Chatterjee has her story.
Over the last 40 years Eleanor Botwright has raised an amazing £12 million to build community centres right across London.
Ria Chatterjee has her incredible story.
A few months ago we asked you to nominate people worthy of the ITV Local Hero award for their work in London's communities. The winner will go to the Daily Mirror Pride of Britain Awards next month.
Today we meet Eleanor Botwright who over the last 40 years has raised an £12 million to build Community Centres across London.
Among them is the Castlehaven Community Centre in north London which has developed into a four acre site. It offers writing classes, music production, careers guidance - but more than anything Eleanor says it brings people together.