Kind-hearted Aberdeen football fans have joined forces to help a north-east food bank initiative.
Supporters organised the drive at Pittodrie on Saturday and encouraged fans to bring in donations for local charity Cfine.
The donations were handed over between 11.30am and 2.30pm outside the Supporter Engagement Team portakabin at the concourse of the Richard Donald Stand.
All of the donations will now be distributed to families in need across Aberdeenshire and the city.
Dons fan and one of the organisers, Aleen Shinnie, said she was “humbled by the generosity” of the fans at the game, in which Aberdeen beat Hamilton 1-0.
The “absolutely incredible” turnout at the event saw supporters donate non-perishable items as well as domestic products and toiletries.
Dons Supporters Together also supported and promoted the drive.