A group of Moray volunteers are calling for people in need to come forward for a helping hand.
Volunteers from the Keith Covid-19 group are working tirelessly to help residents in Keith and Strathisla suffering from the devastating financial impact caused by the pandemic.
The group has helped dish out more than 100 household packs to people struggling during lockdown.
These packs contain a small selection of cupboard essentials, cleaning items and bathroom toiletries.
Locally-made reusable face coverings are also available for free.
The group has also been delivering ready meals to people who have had to self-isolate against the virus.
Despite lockdown easing, the group remain focused in their hard working efforts to ensure nobody is forgotten as people continue to deal with the difficulties as result of the crisis.
Volunteer Esther Green has urged people facing troubles due to the pandemic to come forward for the support needed.
Mrs Green added: “We know that people are being hard hit due to reduced working hours, being placed on furlough, or being made redundant.
“Indications are that redundancies are set to rise in August, when changes to the Government’s job retention scheme kick in.
“We want to continue to look after people living in our community during these difficult times.
“We’re here to provide a little extra support and would encourage anyone in need of some assistance to drop by.
“As well as small household packs, we have reusable fabric face coverings that have been handmade locally and which are machine washable so can be reused time and time again, making them more sustainable than the single use disposables.”
People can access support by visiting the Longmore Hall in Keith on Wednesdays from 1.30pm to 2pm or on Fridays from 6.30pm to 7pm.
Anyone in need can also contact firstname.lastname@example.org.