Eight community heroes from across Aberdeen will be recognised for their contributions.
Around 450 people, including community and business leaders and elected representatives, are expected to attend the Margaret E Morrison Spirit of the Community Awards at Inchgarth Community Centre in Garthdee.
Nominations are open for people to get in touch with the achievements of the unsung heroes who give their time selflessly, making a difference to the lives of others.
Paul O’Connor, chairman of the centre, said the annual awards ceremony helps to honour those who may not usually get recognition.
He added: “The stories are extraordinary and every person nominated so far has an amazing story.
“This year there have been some powerful ones, people will have their hankies at the ready!
“This is open to people from all over the city. It’s going to be a nice night, it really will.”
This year’s ceremony, which takes place on Friday, June 29, from 6.30pm, is the centre’s 10th.
More than 15 nominations have already been submitted with a total of eight awards to be given out on the night.
Ward councillor Gordon Townson will be compere for the evening and the co-leaders of Aberdeen City Council, Jenny Laing and Douglas Lumsden, have also been invited.
Several performances will also be held during the night including by the Culter Pipe Band, the Granite City Brass Band and 12-year-old singer/songwriter Aiysha Russell.
Previous recipients of awards have included community stalwarts such as Margaret Vieira, who was honoured for her service to charity, the arts and the communities of Cove and Altens.
Other people who have picked up an award include volunteers such as Lesley Knowles, who was recognised for services to those with disabilities in the city, and Louise Baxter, who was awarded for a lifetime of service to those with disabilities and also for service to the arts in Aberdeen.
Nominations will close in around three to four weeks.
Forms can be found by contacting the centre on 01224 325191 or by visiting www.inchgarth.co.uk