SELFLESS Mark Weavill always thinks of others before himself.
The Giants kitman and tireless fundraiser, who had both legs amputated below the knee in 2004, nominated his sister Lesley Rhodes for a Christmas Wish.
Mark, 44, of Hillhouse said: "She really deserves some special pampering.
"She has given me her kidney and has been through all my illnesses with me, caring for me through diabetes, dialysis and stomach stapling.
"She needs some special time out just for herself."
Lesley received an invitation to spend a day at a beauty spa.
Mark, who last month received an Examiner Community Award for his courage, made several nominations to the Examiner's Christmas Wish campaign which it runs with Huddersfield Pendragon Round Table.
He has suffered with severe diabetes since he was 13 which has led to many of his medical problems and he is grateful for all the help and support which friends and family have given him.
He said: "I'm lucky I have a very good family around me who are really helpful.
"Things come along and you just get on with them. I don't get down about things.
He completed 90 lengths of the Galpharm Stadium pool in June 2005 to help several medical good causes and his beloved Giants.
The causes included St James's Hospital in Leeds along with St Luke's Hospital and the Barton Unit at Crosland Moor, which helps to rehabilitate stroke and amputee patients.
They picked up £600 each.
And there was also a cheque for £1,700 for the Giants' Squadbuilder fund. Mark also raised £2,200 for charity by completing a sponsored triathlon this year.
Lesley is to enjoy a special pampering day. Adam Peel from Huddersfield Pendragon Round Table handed over the voucher.