A charity has been awarded £3,000 in funding thanks to the efforts of pupils at a Dundee high school.
The Brittle Bones Society received the grant after youngsters from Craigie High developed a winning presentation for the Youth Philanthropy Initiative, a programme that raises awareness among young people about philanthropy and their local community.
The winning presentation was delivered by the pupils to their fellow students, teachers, parents, charity representatives and judges.
Patricia Osborne, CEO of the charity, said: “The winning presentation from the team at Craigie High to help our charity win this amazing prize of £3,000 was professional and incredibly powerful on an emotional level.
“It’s fantastic to see this type of project in our local schools.
“It is an amazing boost for us and we are really delighted and very proud of the young people involved at Craigie High School.”