The Pride of Britain Awards take place later this month, and the race is on to see who will represent Wales in the Fundraiser of the Year category.
We've shortlisted four people who've gone above and beyond to raise money for charity.
Great-grandmother, Margaret Small from West Wales, is the first of the nominees shortlisted.
The 77-year-old cycles around the world to raise money for a cancer charity.
She has already cycled across Cuba, Brazil, and Africa and she's now embarking on a trip to India in November.
I went to Cuba, that was quite nice, and then to cycle Africa which I did in Tanzania. That one was hard. After Tanzania, I went to Brazil which was last year and that was tough, very tough because we cycled up a mountain region. Fundraising, doing some good, keeping fit - I really felt it was a calling, this is what I was meant to do.
Margaret hopes to inspire many more women along the way as she continue to fundraise and keep fit.
''All I'm hoping from this is that I'm an inspiration to people,'' she said.
The Pride of Britain Awards honours individuals who’ve really made a difference to others through their creative or tireless fundraising efforts.
Nominees are first considered in the ITV Regional News round of selection. Each regional winner then goes on to attend the star-studded Pride of Britain Awards in London, where an overall winner is crowned UK Fundraiser 2018.
The 2017 winner was Nizar Dahan from Swansea, who gave up a career as a property developer to become a humanitarian, raising more than £200,000 for good causes around the world.