My mother Margaret is a very positive, heart warming, inspirational, yet humble being. She lives and breathes doing outreach work in the community. Her 20+ years working voluntarily within the London Borough of Ealing has led her to make significant partnerships with schools, councillors and community police. She set up Descendants Youth Group, primarily for children of African and Caribbean descent but also working in partnerships to help the wider community. She also established an Achievement Awards Ceremony to recognise the achievements of young people and a Strengthening Families and Communities group with support from hundreds of volunteers over the years. Most recently, she established `A Mothers Tear Drop`, an organisation dealing with the emotional onset of gun and knife crime in the community. There are a lot of people in this world that live for monetary gain but my mother has taught me about the rewards of helping the deprived and disadvantaged. When there is news of a disaster in the world, mum (Our Global Humanitarian) will be there planning to do some kind of fundraising. How can you describe internal beauty? I can - I just look at my mother. A friend to the young and old, a role model who is passionate and willing to help using her knowledge and wisdom to make a positive difference in her community. She has never said no, because `Actions speak louder than words`.