An Aberdeen college student and her classmates are hosting a charity function at the city’s Gallowgate campus.
Health and social care student Kim Killoh and her colleagues are staging the beauty treatment event in aid of the Grampian Multiple Sclerosis Therapy Centre at Dyce.
Ms Killoh said: “This charity is very close to my heart as my mum is the manager of the centre and does a lot of fundraising. They get no other help for the daily running of the centre.
“The event is all run by students in nursing and social care and is also being assessed as part of our course on volunteering work.”
On offer at the fundraiser will be various beauty treatments, raffles and other stalls.
The event is being held at Dino’s Cafe at the North-East College in the Gallowgate on May 12 from 10am-1pm.