This morning's splash is about a young man called Stephen Sutton, who is dying of bowel cancer. Sutton is only 19 and when he learnt his fate in 2012 he made a bucket list. At the top was "raise £10,000 for Teenage Charity Trust".
On Wednesday morning he learnt that his campaign had raised not £10,000 but £1 million.
Today the total stands at more than £2.5m.
The Mail describes Sutton as "The boy who's inspired Britain" and beneath the headline is a subdeck that says
"Dying cancer teenager's charity appeal hits £2.5m after Mail talks of his courage".
The copy explains:
"Just days ago Stephen Sutton bravely told the world he was on the brink of death, and thanked well-wishers for helping him raise more than £1 million for charity.
But the teenage cancer patient's online message of farewell was only the beginning. It has sparked one of the most extraordinary fundraising drives the country has ever seen.
In the 72 hours since his story was featured in the Daily Mail, donations have poured in at an astonishing rate of more than £400,000 a day."
It is true that donations accelerated after the Press coverage on Thursday.
But it's worth pointing out that sports stars and celebrities have been involved in his campaign from the word go and that tweets this week from the like of Jason Manford, John Bishop, Louis Tomlinson and Shaun Keaveney might have had some impact.
It's also worth mentioning that the Mail was not alone in running the story on Thursday. Below are some rather scruffy cuttings from other papers that day. Two of them, unlike the Mail, also give the link to Sutton's justgiving page. If you click, you'll see that the total is now standing at £2,650,000.
How tawdry must you be to try to muscle in and steal the limelight from a dying teenager?
The Mail's Sunday sister, on the other hand, has every right to boast about increasing charitable donations. Its story about food banks - which was definitely an exclusive - has added tens of thousands to the Trussell Trust's fund. It's "Let's crack hunger appeal" now stands at about £75,000.
Wonder if the MoS will be crowing about this tomorrow.