A big-hearted Moray youngster has won a prize for setting up a charity with her mum to make sure that thousands of children have school uniforms.
Speyside High School pupil Hannah Weir won the Community Award at the Young Scot Awards recently.
The 13-year-old co-founded charity Moray School Bank alongside her mother Debi, which provides school uniforms and warm winter clothing for needy families across the region.
The charity was set up after she donated £120 of her Christmas money to get the ball rolling.
The Rothes teenager also set up No Worries in Moray in 2018, aimed at helping children facing restrictions due to financial hardship experience days out with their families.
Day trip destinations have included the likes of Landmark and Highland Wildlife Park.
Proud mother Mrs Weir said: “She is always looking to help others struggling, which is great to see.
“The No Worries Moray project came about after she read about the strong link between poverty and mental health problems in young people.
“She had been planning to hold more trips for the families in March however the pandemic resulted in them all being cancelled, or as Hannah says, ‘postponed’.
“There is more to come as she will continue to give the families a chance to escape from their worries.
“She helps with so many different projects that I start to lose count.”