An Aberdeen charity got in the saddle to raise more than £1,500 in order to host a celebration event marking its 10th anniversary.
Future Choices, which operates mainly from Inchgarth Community Centre on Aboyne Place, held a Race Night to mark the start of its decade celebration, raising a total of £1,507.
The money will help organisers pay for a ball to celebrate the landmark.
The charity aims to reduce social isolation for adults with disabilities by hosting recreational events with other vulnerable adults.
Chairman of the charity David Forbes founded the organisation in 2008 after a day centre on Westburn Road was axed.
Having been a carer for his mother for 14 years after she suffered a stroke, David, 35, found that social events increased her self-esteem and sense of independence. He said: “These fundraisers will be building up to a ball at the Palm Court to celebrate our anniversary.
“It is an amazing achievement for us to have reached this milestone and I’m so proud.”