British Heart Foundation (BHF) Scotland is calling for more people in Moray to give up their time for the charity.
Bosses are appealing for volunteers in the Fochabers area to take on a number of roles, including talking to schools and groups, campaigning for change, helping at events and spreading the word about the importance of heart health.
Coronary heart disease is Scotland’s single biggest killer, and the BHF has spent the last 50 years fighting to transform the lives of those with heart and circulatory conditions.
Kathy McIlwaine, BHF Scotland’s local fundraising volunteer manager, said: “BHF Scotland urgently needs the support of people in Fochabers and surrounding area to help the local BHF Scotland fundraising group continue its life-saving work.
“Nothing can beat the feeling that you’re making a difference.”
Bruce Sandilands, an administration assistant from Mosstodloch, volunteers for BHF Scotland as the lead for the Fochabers group.
He said: “We all know someone who’s been affected by heart disease, sadly it touches us all.
“It’s great to know that my time will make a difference in helping to fight for every heartbeat.”
To sign up to volunteer, visit bhf.org.uk/volunteer or contact Kathy McIlwaine at 01466 740375.