A local foodbank has launched an appeal to help find prom outfits for struggling service users.
Staff at the Glenrothes charity are asking people to donate dresses, suits and other dressy attire as the formal dance season approaches.
Project manager Jilly Guild said they had been amazed by the quality of donations already received.
But she added they were still on the hunt for more items of clothing to suit all ages in a bid to relieve the additional financial pressure on parents.
A fashion event will be held on May 26 when members of the public will be given the opportunity to bag a bargain while service users are given discreet vouchers.
Money raised from the event will also be used to benefit the service by buying more food to go in the charity’s relief hampers.
Ms Guild said: “It is coming up to the prom time of year and there are a lot of people who are obviously struggling financially and having to come along here.
“And at the back of their minds, how many of them are actually worrying about the fact that they could have an expensive prom dress or outfit to fork out for?
“How many young people don’t actually get to go because they don’t have the money?
“So what we thought we’d do was take the pressure off our customers and actually everyone in the community, by saying come along to our fashion event where we’ll have a big section of prom dresses and outfits.”
Anyone who wants to donate outfits to the foodbank can drop off their items at Caledonia House at the Saltire Centre in Glenrothes.