An Aberdeenshire firm donated £1,000 to the RNLI as part of its 15th anniversary celebrations this week.
The fund-raiser featured in the company’s 15th anniversary hog roast which took place at Maritime Developments’ electrical workshop.
The proceeds from the afternoon’s activities, including an ice bucket challenge, a prize raffle and Formula 1 and golf simulators, totalled £1,000.
The sum will go towards day-to-day lifeboat operations and maintenance at the RNLI’s Peterhead base.
Alastair Wilson, lifeboat mechanic at RNLI Peterhead, said: “It’s always good to be working with a local company and to see it thrive.
“It’s a very big operation that they’re running and they’re doing an absolutely sterling job. We’re grateful for the support shown by Maritime Developments.”