A friend of the late Stephen Sutton's has said they want to launch a "national good gestures day" in memory of the brave 19-year-old.
Chief Exec of charity Fixers, Margo Horsley, helped Stephen break a world record by getting around 600 people together to make a heart gesture - an achievement which was on his bucket list.
"What he [Stephen] said to us was that he really wanted to see this message of positivity - people feeling good about themselves - he wanted that to continue and he wanted to see it as an annual event."
More than 10,000 people joined Stephen Sutton's family and friends in paying an emotional farewell to the inspirational teen cancer victim.
We were inundated with responses after asking our Facebook readers to post 'thumbs up' pictures in tribute to Stephen Sutton.
Mourners turned out to celebrate the life of teenage cancer victim Stephen Sutton as the fund he launched topped £4 million.