An Aberdeen charity has received a cash boost towards its fundraising campaign.
Charlie House, which supports children and babies with complex disabilities and life-limiting conditions, is currently fundraising to build an £8 million specialist-support centre.
A number of generous groups and organisations have dug deep to support the charity, which has raised more than £1.3m of its target already.
Recent donations include the infant department at 44 St Swithin Nursery, which made and sold individual Christmas cards designed by the children.
They raised a total of £382, which was then donated to Charlie House.
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The Caledonian Charity Ball chose the charity to benefit from its 24th annual event, which was held in October.
Last week, representatives dropped off a cheque for £5,000, which will help to support the campaign.
No Monday blues here with an incredible cheque from the Caledonian Ball for over £5,000! A huge well done and thank you to the committee for organising such a successful event – it certainly sounds like everyone had a great time too. pic.twitter.com/TDqfcy4ahX
— Charlie House (@CharlieHouseHQ) January 28, 2019