Pupils at an Aberdeen school have designed a colourful bench as part of a project to promote and celebrate the city’s third sector.
Aberdeen charity VSA has taken the next step in creating a new mental health facility in the city centre.
Controversial plans to turn a former Aberdeen care home into more than 40 flats have been withdrawn at the 11th hour.
A former Aberdeen care home could be turned into more than 40 flats if councillors back the scheme next week.
Aberdeen-based charity VSA, is seeking support from the public to help create a new mental health facility.
Unpaid carers in the north-east are increasingly struggling with isolation and loneliness and risk spending weeks indoors without speaking to anyone other than those they care for.
The queen is helping a north-east charity mark a major milestone, by allowing it to host its birthday bash at her Balmoral estate.
After seeing his dad and father-in-law diagnosed with dementia just weeks apart, Aberdeen businessman Charlie Bain vowed to help where he could.
Fiona Kennedy is one of Scotland's most renowned vocal talents, yet her main mission in life seems to be spreading the message: "Sing, Sing, Sing" to people from eight to 85.
A major appeal is under way to fund a £3.2million centre which will “revolutionise” mental health care in Aberdeen.
Aberdonians have been pilloried for their alleged meanness by any number of musical hall acts and stand-up comics down the years.
Choirs from all across the north-east have been hitting their high notes to prepare for a charity singing competition.
When Fiona Kennedy recorded a song for her husband, Francis, for their wedding anniversary it’s fair to say his reaction was distinctly underwhelming.
The family of a selfless woman who spent her final days volunteering for a north-east charity before losing her battle with cystic fibrosis collected a special posthumous award on her behalf yesterday.
Carers are being asked for their views on what is important to them.
Three stars of the entertainment industry will visit the north-east later this month to judge a choir competition being held as a charity fundraiser.
People’s lives are so busy and between work, families, friends and partners, trying to find time to take care of yourself can seem impossible. But the first step to improving our wellbeing takes just three little words – “Got a moment?”
An Aberdeen charity is going through the looking glass for donations of raffle and auction prizes to help make a fundraising ball a success.
Donkeys, alpacas, ponies and ferrets are among the creatures looking for sponsors as a north-east social care charity looks to continue its good work.
A pupil from an Aberdeenshire school which provides specialist care to children with autism, yesterday delivered a limited edition book to the Press and Journal, celebrating 50 years of North Sea oil and gas activity.
A leading social care charity is looking for sponsors to come forward with help for its annual fundraising ball.
Youngsters who struggle to communicate with staff and pupils at their school have been given an "invaluable" tool to break down barriers.
A north-east charity has been rewarded for the support it offers staff and volunteers.
A north-east charity is celebrating after two of its services were among the list of recipients of a prestigious award.
What: VSA’s Tartan Pro-Am Charity Golf Day and Dinner.
Scotland's oldest woman - and a lady who became a north-east treasure - has died at the age of 109.
A "lifeline" Aberdeen respite centre on the cusp of drastically reducing its services has received an 11th hour cash injection.
The father of a young girl who died suddenly in her sleep is to run a marathon in her memory - on what would have been his daughter's sixth birthday.
A "vital" Aberdeen dementia centre is set to drastically scale back its operations as its funding stream from the city council comes to an end.
What: The Nae Ordinary Burns Supper
A north-east charity is offering a new service to help support adults with learning disabilities.
A kind-hearted businessman and his customers have raised £1,000 towards winter clothing for some of the north-east's most deprived children.