Adrenaline-seekers boosted care for families facing terminal illness with 65 people raising £12,793.12 by abseiling 140ft off Dundee University Tower Building in aid of Marie Curie.
The event has now raised more than £100,000 since it began in 2010.
Elizabeth Lindsay, 66, from Longforgan, inspired husband Alexander, 65, and their children Peter, 37, and Claire, 34, to take part after drawing up a bucket list last year.
The Lindsay family, who alone raised more than £2,000 in sponsorship, joined Marie Curie patron Petra McMillan, who launched the abseil in 2010, to celebrate the milestone.
Petra said: “Our nurses are a lifeline for families at the most desperate time and we simply could not deliver this care without the support of people like them and events like our June abseil.”
With one hour of care costing £20 to deliver, the 2018 abseil will pay for nearly 640 hours of care.