A group of intrepid hillwalkers will undertake the challenge of a lifetime when they attempt to traverse the breadth of Scotland on foot.
Aberdeen FC Community Trust
An Aberdeen walking football group has clocked up more than 5,000 hours of game time in its first three years.
It’s not often you get the chance to sit down for dinner and a chat with two of Scotland’s greatest footballing legends, but that’s what’s on offer at Pittodrie Stadium tomorrow night.
A project that aims to help youngsters reach their education goals by using the power of football has been hailed a success.
A former Dons youth player has been appointed to a key role of the club's community trust ahead.
Aberdeen University has formed a striking partnership with The Dons aimed at helping children score high marks and move onto higher education.
A major sports team, the son of a legendary Dons goalkeeper and a new £47 million school have teamed up to use football to teach youngsters about mental health.
Aberdeen FC Community Trust has received the highest honour available to volunteer groups during a ceremony at Pittodrie.
Eight volunteer groups from across the north-east have been recognised in this year’s Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service.
Football teams from across Aberdeenshire descended on Turriff on Sunday as hundreds of girls took to the pitch at The Haughs.
More than £5million pledged for community sports campus and training academy at proposed Kingsford development
Aberdeen FC has revealed a cash boost of more than £5million for its new stadium project - meaning work could begin by the end of the year if the plans are approved next month.
With Aberdeen FC due to play Celtic in the cup final later this month many fans are making a special effort to make it to Glasgow.
The work of Aberdeen Football Club's Community Trust (AFCCT) will be celebrated this weekend at an inaugural event.
Aberdeen Football Club's charitable foundation has teamed up with the Apprentice 100 campaign in its quest to help a young person achieve their goals in life.
A north-east charity has been given £80,000 to help develop activities for those diagnosed with dementia.