Hard workers from charities and voluntary groups across the north-east have been commended for their dedication to improving the lives of others.
A counsellor who has devoted thousands of hours to helping vulnerable children has been nominated for a volunteering prize.
VIDEO: Charities, social enterprises and sports clubs parade down Union Street for Celebrate Aberdeen 2019
Thousands of charity workers, volunteers and supporters paraded through Aberdeen city centre this weekend to mark the work of the north-east's third sector and its unsung heroes.
Thousands of charity workers, volunteers and supporters will take parade through Aberdeen city centre this weekend.
The finalists of a popular Aberdeen third-sector award initiative have just been announced.
Registration is now open for the city's biggest celebration of all things voluntary.
Charities and third sector organisations were celebrated in style this weekend with several colourful events across the city.
A shortlist has been unveiled for an inaugural awards ceremony which will celebrate kind-hearted and inspiring people from across the north-east.
A parade celebrating the work of charities, volunteers and third sector organisations will return to the Granite City this summer.
Thousands of people descended on Aberdeen this weekend to celebrate the best the city has to offer.
Celebrate Aberdeen returned to the city today for its sixth year.
Aberdeen city centre is always a hive of activity but you might have noticed lots more going on today.
There was fun, frolics, music, dance and theatrics at the weekend as hundreds of performers turned out to support a festival that honours all that is great about the Granite City.
There was a carnival atmosphere in the Granite City today as hundreds of people turned out to toast those who make a difference in the city.
Hundreds of people are descending on Aberdeen's city-centre as a festival to recognise all the good things about the Granite City kicks off.
The Celebrate Aberdeen event is set to showcase all that is good about the Granite City this weekend.
The clock will be turned back in Aberdeen for a focus on history next month.