Local youth sports teams and charities are among the targeted community organisations in Ross-shire encouraged to apply to a funding scheme operated by a local legal firm.
Middleton Ross, which has recently undergone a rebrand from the Middleton, Ross and Arnot, is one of Ross-shire’s longest established businesses having formed in 1899.
The legal firm, which has offices in Dingwall and Alness, has opened its funding in a bid to support good causes in the local community.
John Maxwell, the new senior partner at Middleton Ross, has encouraged as many local causes as possible to apply.
Mr Maxwell said: “I’d encourage any charities, community groups, teams or organisations to apply for support.
“We look forward to finding out more about the worthy causes that apply – I’m sure it’s going to be difficult to narrow down the selection!”
The rebranding of the firm, who specialise in domestic and commercial property, took place last month.
Mr Maxwell added: “I’m really excited to mark the launch of our new, refreshed brand in a way that gives back to the community that has supported our business for more than 120 years.
“I’m really proud to be part of the Ross-shire community and hope our new brand and website reflects the changes within it.”
The firm, which currently sponsors Dingwall Primary School as part of Ross County Football Club’s initiative to support schools that have had physical education provisions cut, is inviting applications via firstname.lastname@example.org.