An company’s staff hope to raise thousands of pounds for a charity which was established in memory of an Aberdeenshire toddler who died of a brain tumour aged just two.
Employees of Aberdeen-based ASCO raise cash for worthy causes every year as part of an annual drive.
This year, teams at ASCO sites across the UK hope to hit a new target of £50,000 for three causes throughout the country.
The money will be split between the neonatal stillbirth charity Sands, the RNLI in Great Yarmouth and Kayleigh’s Wee Stars – set up in memory of Oldmeldrum toddler Kayleigh Cordiner who died from an incurable brain tumour in 2012.
The charity offers financial support to families of terminally-ill children.
Jamie Marr, the company’s general manger in Aberdeen, said he hopes staff will be able to raise as much cash as possible, despite the downturn in the oil and gas industry.