The work of Aberdeen Football Club’s Community Trust (AFCCT) will be celebrated this weekend at an inaugural event.
It will be held on Saturday to coincide with the Dons’ game against Motherwell at Pittodrie.
The Red Army is being asked to show its support for the charity by purchasing a ticket for the match.
The trust has been promoting the occasion over the past few weeks, with discounted tickets on offer for the game.
The charity formed in 2014 and provide health and wellbeing, social inclusion and educational programmes for people across Aberdeen city and shire.
AFCCT works with people of all ages and by collaborating with north-east organisations such as Life Changes Trust, NHS Grampian, Sport Aberdeen, Police Scotland and Aberdeen Sports Village they engage with over 12,000 people a year across 60 programmes.
Volunteers from the trust provide more than 3500 hours free community support in their spare time every year.
The Dons will also mark the charity’s work by wearing special shirts which include the trust’s logo against Motherwell on Saturday.
AFCCT chief executive, Ally Prockter, said: “We’re focusing on positive activity, health and wellbeing, equality and inclusion and learning.
“Since the trust was formed we’ve been listening to communities across the north-east to find out how we can help them.
“The day is an opportunity for us to highlight the work of the charity to supporters and the wider community, to celebrate what AFCCT has achieved so far and of course to enjoy a great day out at Pittodrie.”