Tesco shoppers are being invited to cast their votes to help community projects in the north of Scotland bag up to £25,000 this autumn.
The supermarket is marking its 100th anniversary with two special Bags of Help funding rounds, with a £100,000 funding pot for the north and east regions.
After a successful first round, customer voting has started for the second raft of shortlisted groups.
Bags of Help, run in partnership with Greenspace Scotland, ensures funding is awarded to thousands of local community projects every year.
In Moray, customers can cast their votes for shortlisted groups Alzheimer’s Scotland, Keiran’s Legacy and Young Enterprise Scotland using blue tokens handed out at checkouts.
So far in Moray, Bags of Help has awarded over £470,000 to 166 local projects.
The funding will reach more than 30 regions during each round, with £3,300,000 up for grabs in total.
Tony McElroy, from Tesco, said: “We have been celebrating a century of delivering great value for our customers throughout 2019.
“And central to that have been our centenary grants, which aim to support groups and organisations who are helping to make a difference across Scotland.”
Coordinator at Greenspace Scotland, Emma Halliday, said: “This is an exciting time for Bags of Help, with many more communities given the opportunity to apply for larger amounts of funding that can make a positive, long-lasting legacy where they live.”