Twelve year old George Mathias has already achieved a lot in his life.
When he was four his little brother James was born prematurely and ended up in a coma in Alder Hey Childrens Hospital in Liverpool. George decided to take up running to raise vital funds for the hospital and ended up raising more than £770,000.
His amazing effort saw him win the 2017 Pride of Britain Young Fundraiser of the Year award, alongside a host of new supporters.
George is now looking to take on a new challenge, and having visited a Prince's Trust Centre in Liverpool recently is keen to help raise funds for other young people who need support.
He is taking on a one million steps challenge - captaining a team of celebrities, Prince's Trust staff, Young Ambassadors who have been supported by the charity, and supporters from the running community - as well as little brother James.
The Prince's Trust has already supported 950,000 young people since it's establishment by HRH The Prince of Wales in 1976, and George's step challenge will be taking place as The Trust approaches the milestone of one million young people supported.
George's 1 million steps team is made up of:
George Mathias - Team-Captain
James Mathias - George's brother and Vice-Captain
Jenni Falconer - Prince's Trust Ambassador and TV Presenter
Giovanna Fletcher - Prince's Trust Ambassador, Author and Presenter
Ben Shephard - Prince's Trust Ambassador and TV Presenter
Iwan Thomas - European and World Championship winning athlete
Tisian Lynskey-Wilkie - Prince's Trust Young Ambassador
Emma Quinn - Prince's Trust Young Ambassador
Healthier Leila - Prince's Trust Digital Ambassador
Justin Moll - Prince's Trust Staff Member
Run with George will pay 100% of the funds raised to the Princes Trust, a registered charity incorporated by Royal Charter in England and Wales (1079675) and Scotland (SC041198).