The 2018 Daily Mirror Pride of Britain Awards are less than a month away, and today we found out who will represent Wales in the ITV Fundraiser of the Year category.
We shortlisted four incredible fundraisers who've gone above and beyond to raise money for charity.
- Margaret Small - 77-year-old great-grandmother cycles around the world for charity
- Mark Quinn - Dad-of-two who battled the odds after cancer diagnosis raises thousands for charity
- Josh Llewellyn-Jones - Cardiff man with cystic fibrosis raises thousands of pounds for children with same condition
- Chris Lewis - The former soldier from Swansea walking the entire UK coastline for charity
We can now reveal that our overall winner is Josh Llewellyn-Jones.
Born with cystic fibrosis Josh was told by doctors he wouldn't live to see his thirties. But he proved doctors wrong and now takes part in extreme endurance challenges to raise money for cystic fibrosis charities.
31-year-old Josh Llewellyn-Jones has raised over £80,000 to help children living with the same condition as him. Recently he became a world record holder after he lifted one million kilos in just 24 hours.
Now, he's started his own charity called C.F Warriors to encourage children with cystic fibrosis to take up exercise and provide a community for them.