Members of a Moray rotary club are urging the community to get in touch if they can do anything to help during lockdown.
Forres Rotary Club has stopped its weekly meetings and usual activities, but has been busy helping behind the scenes – including making cash donations to Moray Food Plus, Moray Women’s Aid and the Moray Emergency Relief Fund.
The group has also supported T-Exchange and those who have been producing parts for 1,500 reusable and disposable face visors for local health and care home workers.
With cash left over to help other Covid-19 related charities, the group is urging people to get in touch.
President Tony Galloway said: “As a group, we want to show we are still alive and well and active.
“We are on stand-by if we are needed in the community.
“The main organisation we have been helping is Moray Food Plus as they are certainly under stress considering there is an increasing need for people to go to food banks.
“We still have funds left to support especially Covid 19 related charities. It is important we can donate money if we can’t get help out as many of our members are in the guarded group.”
Mr Galloway hailed the community’s response to the pandemic, praising groups such as the Forres Area Community Trust and Forres Covid-19 Mutual Aid.