Sixth form students from each of the Island's secondary schools are gearing up to compete in the final of the Charity Challenge.
Organised by the One World Centre, six teams of year 12 students will give a presentation in front of a packed audience and a panel of judges, in the hope of raising money for their chosen charity.
The competition's hard-fought climax takes place at the Manx Museum on Monday March 9.
Twenty teams entered this year, and overall £22,000 will be given to charity, with the finalists competing for a share of £14,000.
One World Centre's Rosemary Clarke says a huge amount of money has been raised through this initiative over the years: