A Moray mum who has held a position on the Board Cornerstone, for 20 years, is to stand down.
Pat Foster, whose daughter is supported by one of the Cornerstone services in Moray, is a voluntary board member and part of the staffing sub-committee.
She has been an integral part of the Board, having originally worked with founder and former chief executive, Nick Baxter, and latterly with Edel Harris.
A special party will be held at Cornerstone in Moray, which will be attended by members of the board, staff and people who the charity supports, to thank Pat for her hard work and dedication over the last two decades.
Pat will be presented with a Royal Doulton crystal vase to mark her time with the charity.
Edel Harris, Cornerstone's chief executive said: "Pat Foster was one of the founding members of the Moray Parents Group who approached Cornerstone to develop services in Moray over 20 years ago. Since that time Pat has given countless hours of her time to support Cornerstone and the charitable work we undertake across Scotland.
"We will miss Pat's input to the Board of Directors but wish her all the very best on her retirement."
Cornerstone also recently appointed Peter Nicholson as Chairman of the Board, after long-serving Chair, Elaine Thompson, stood down after eight years.
Cornerstone currently provides 15 services in Moray, 11 residential and four from the charity's office in Elgin.