Aberdeen fans have been urged to donate gifts for a Christmas appeal at the next home fixture.
Vans will be parked at Pittodrie before Aberdeen Football Club’s match against St Johnstone tomorrow.
Gifts will be collected for children across the north-east as part of Cash for Kids Mission Christmas appeal.
The campaign ensures children and young people in the area will be given presents this Christmas.
Aberdeen Football Club’s Joe Lewis and Andrew Considine visited the Mission Christmas Warehouse to support the team of staff and volunteers.
To add to the campaign, they dropped off AFC goodies including scarves, calendars and water bottles.
Joe Lewis said: “It was a real eye-opener to visit the Mission Christmas team today.
“It is incredible to think there is such a huge demand for gifts here in the north-east and we hope our fans will be able to support the efforts ahead of our St Johnstone match.
“We were surprised about the need for teenager-friendly gifts and hopefully some football fans will enjoy the AFC gifts we brought today.”
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Michelle Ferguson, charity manager at Cash For Kids, said: “We are incredibly grateful to Aberdeen Football Club for giving us the opportunity to be able to directly engage with Dons fans on match day.
“This is going to be our busiest year ever and we are calling on the footballing community to come together for our children.”
Donations can be made to drop-off points across the north-east until December 20.