Aberdeen FC will call thousands of supporters to check on their welfare this Christmas following the relaunch of a widely-praised campaign.
Still Standing Free
Drivers at a north-east transport firm have been supporting families in need during lockdown by delivering food parcels.
After football was suspended due to the Covid-19 pandemic, Aberdeen FC snapper Stephen Dobson found himself with no matches to photograph.
Thousands of people across the north-east have benefited from food deliveries by the Aberdeen FC Community Trust.
To mark the club's anniversary, 117 cuddly bears will be given to NHS workers and children in need across the region.
Two young Dons fans have been praised for helping the fight against coronavirus by selling eggs from their family farm.
Aberdeen FC's community arm has been praised by an Apprentice star for its work during the coronavirus outbreak.
Aberdeen players past and present have been boosting spirits by calling fans in isolation at home.