An Aberdeen charity has benefited from a share of £36,000.
A north-east mum who was diagnosed with cancer is organising a spook-tactular fundraiser for charity.
A north-east police officer is hoping to take the sport of hockey to new heights this summer – and set a world record in the process.
An Aberdeen disability charity has been awarded almost £25,000 for a two-year project.
A city park is hoping to raise funds for a life-saving piece of equipment.
Several north-east charities are set to receive a financial boost thanks to a major bank.
A new north-east partnership hopes the creation of a beer will help raise cash to save lives.
A team of nine employees from Simmons Energy were tasked with turning £500 into £5,000 in six months in aid of Children 1st.
Head teacher Emma McDonald met pupils to discuss what play equipment they would like to see before final decisions were made – with a hot tub and swimming pool some of the more lavish requests.
An Aberdeen charity has been given a whopping £119,000 in order to help children and babies with complex disabilities.
The group behind plans to build a north-east skatepark has raised £2,000 from a movie night.
A crowdfunder has been launched in a bid to raise £20,000 to upgrade an Aberdeen park’s tennis court.
Runners have been urged to snap up charity spots at a popular north-east race.
A charity is just £1.3 million short of its target to fund a specialist care centre in Aberdeen.
An Aberdeen children’s charity has launched a challenge designed to raise money and encourage fitness.
An Aberdeen mum-of-three who is living with a brain tumour has completed a gruelling physical challenge in a bid to help people with mental health issues.
An Aberdeen cancer charity is asking people to take part in a once-in-a-lifetime trip.
An outstanding 250 people showed up to take part in Stonehaven’s annual New Year’s Nippy Dip in the freezing North Sea waters – one organisers are calling “the biggest one” yet. Here’s a selection of our favourite images from this year’s event.
An Aberdeen cancer charity today hailed north-east residents for a year of generosity.
The issue has come under the spotlight in recent months as a result of Broch rugby player Chris Arnott who was saved by his team-mates when they used a defibrillator to get his heart started after he collapsed on the pitch.
A renewed appeal has been made for music-lovers to support the redevelopment of an Aberdeen landmark.
More than £1.3 million has been raised towards the creation of a new purpose-built specialist support centre in Aberdeen.
A north-east woman has raised more than £2,500 for charity through the creation of bespoke gin bottle lamps.
More than £65,000 has been raised by swimmers taking part in a north-east harbour's Boxing Day event.
Staff at a north-east children’s charity have raised funds for a safety service.
An Aberdeen business has donated more than £1,000 to a local community group.
A fundraiser to provide stockings for premature babies at Aberdeen Neonatal Unit over Christmas has smashed its fundraising target.
A fundraising dinner has served up more than £3,000 to support families living with an incurable neurological condition.
An Aberdeen youth club has been saved following a campaign to raise £23,000 to keep it running.
Clubbers in Aberdeen are being asked to give £1 to charity while out partying.