Voting for this year's Digital Heroes Awards 2012 closes on Sunday 18th November, meaning time is running out to influence the outcome.
Every year, TalkTalk recognises people and projects that use digital technology to benefit local communities across the UK.
Dozens of inspirational people and projects have entered the awards in 2012, and it is now up to the public to choose the regional winners.
"Last year we saw a record number of votes cast and, with so many incredible and deserving projects up for recognition, this time round we’re hoping for even more votes," said Tristia Clarke, Commercial Director at TalkTalk.
Nominees receiving the most votes in each of twelve parts of the UK will be named their regional Digital Hero and awarded £5,000 at a ceremony at the House of Commons.
In addition, one will be named the overall UK Digital Hero and receive a £10,000 grant to put towards enhancing their digital project.
"Votes can also be cast for any region - not just your own - and we hope you have as much fun choosing your Digital Heroes as we did selecting the finalists," said Ms Clarke.