A deaf man from Dundee has won an award for his contribution to the deaf community.
Liam McMulkin was honoured for his work as a volunteer with the National Deaf Children’s Society.
He has supported the organisation at a range of residential youth activities over the last two years.
Liam has provided support to staff, families and deaf young people and has also raised deaf awareness at family weekends by talking about his own experiences.
The awards were organised by the society in recognition of the workers who support the UK’s 50,000 deaf children and their parents.
Their involvement included inspiring deaf young people, reassuring parents about their child’s futures and helping the charity deliver its service.
Paul Needham, head of volunteering at the society, said: “Liam has played such an important role as a volunteer and we really can’t thank him enough for all of his support.
“Volunteers like Liam help us tear down the barriers that stop deaf children from reaching their full potential by donating so much of their own time.
“Deaf children can achieve anything in life with the right support and Liam is helping us make that a reality.”
Pictured is Liam, alongside fellow volunteers Lilidh-Maree McLean, Megan Laird and Chloe Monaghan.