A north-east family has raised thousands of pounds for charity with an annual charity golf tournament.
The Hastie family, from Rosehearty, has amassed more than £50,000 for MND Scotland in the past three years and this month bolstered its coffers again with another £17,000 donation.
The family, spearheaded by Doug, started to raise cash for the group after his mum, Joan, died from motor neurone disease in December 2013.
Alongside dad George and brothers Martin and Philip, and his niece Laurianne, Mr Hastie now organises annual events at Inverallochy Golf Course to help find a cure.
This year’s event featured 45 teams from as far away as Edinburgh.
Mr Hastie said: “The generosity we have seen over the past four years has helped raise over £67,000, which is absolutely unbelievable.
“We are overwhelmed and truly grateful with their continued support for MND Scotland which is a charity that is extremely close to our hearts.
“The charity golf day wouldn’t exist without all the golfers who keep coming back to support us, along with the teams who played for the first time this year.”
Craig Stockton, the CEO of MND Scotland, added that the cash raised by this year’s event alone was enough to fund 11 grants to help people living with the disease to adapt their homes.
He added: “I would like to thank the Hastie family for all of the incredible work that they have been doing for MND Scotland with their charity golf days at Inverallochy Golf Club.
“It’s because of passionate fundraisers like the Hasties that we are able to continue to provide this support to families affected by MND and fund research into a cure.”