A variety of groups from across the north-east have received a windfall from the National Lottery Good Cause fund.
The organisation has just announced which community initiatives have secured a cash boost this year.
And the biggest award in the region went to Aberdeen City Council, which gained £10,000 for its VictoriArt Road project .
That money will be used to install art in the Torry area of the city – with funds to be spent on local artists, materials and community engagement workshops.
Helen Greensmith, a Torry resident who is a member of the VictoriArt Road steering group said: “We were inspired by the Nuart festival earlier this year, and how it got people exploring the city with fresh eyes.
“We hope we can bring new life and colour to Victoria Road and get residents and visitors re-engaged with their surroundings.”
Aberdeen Grammar School was awarded £9,406 and North East Albion received £1,500.
Money was also awarded to organisations in Aberdeenshire and one Moray club scooped some of the cash.
In Aberdeenshire, the biggest award was given to ActiFence, which won £8,964 to buy fencing equipment to help promote social inclusion through the sport.
Clatt Primary School, Strathdon Playgroup and Mother Toddler and The Profound Multiple Impairment services were among the other beneficiaries in Aberdeenshire.
Bodysurf Scotland was the sole recipient of a prize in Moray, winning £8,750 to allow it to expand its youth dance programme throughout Moray.
Bodysurf Scotland’s Dance Development Officer, Ellen Shaw, said: “Over the last year, we have been running a pilot youth dance programme in Elgin, which has proved extremely popular, and are now keen to expand this provision to other areas.”
A National Lottery Awards for All spokesperson said: “This is lottery money making a real impact in communities across Scotland”.