The mum of a Dundee boy with cancer is appealing for volunteers to sign up to become a bone marrow donor.
Garvie Winter, 7, was diagnosed with leukaemia last year and is in need of a bone marrow transplant.
He has since had three rounds of chemotherapy and antibody therapy.
Garvie’s mum Haley, from Downfield, is launching a fresh appeal for donors to come forward and be tested to see if they could be a match.
The Fintry Primary pupil has to travel to Ninewells Hospital every day to get anti-fungal medicine to keep him healthy.
Haley said they don’t know if the latest round of antibody therapy has been successful because they are still waiting for results.
She said they had hit a hurdle after being told Garvie (pictured) has a rare tissue type, so they are trying to encourage as many people as possible to sign up to become donors.
Haley said she had been inundated with support and has been in touch with DKMS to organise a day to collect swabs from the general public to see if they could be a match for Garvie or for another child needing a transplant.
Posting on social media, she added: “Every person we get to sign up to the register gives Garvie a better chance of finding a match.”