Hundreds of litres of free hand sanitiser have been delivered to Glasgow care homes thanks to Scotch whisky producers, Chivas Brothers.
The Coronavirus pandemic has prompted the Dumbarton distiller to produce supplies of hand sanitiser for charities and frontline health and social care staff.
In just one week, the company has distributed more than 7,500 litres of hand sanitiser to 166 organisations in Glasgow, Ayrshire, Renfrewshire and West Dunbartonshire.
Supplies are being manufactured at the firm's parent company, Pernod Ricard's gin distillery in England before being packaged and distributed by staff at the Chivas Brothers site at Kilmalid, Dumbarton.
Contact-free deliveries were made to Glasgow Health & Social Care Partnership for use in its care homes across the city.
Liam Donegan, Manufacturing Director at Chivas Brothers, said: "It has never been more import to come together as a community, especially to help the most vulnerable and at risk amongst us. I'm proud to see our teams working so hard to package and distribute essential hand sanitiser to those who need it most. We will continue to work closely with our partners to ensure we can keep providing for our communities during this difficult time."
Councillor Mhairi Hunter, Glasgow's Convener for Health and Social Care, thanked the company for its support.
She said: "It's great to see businesses like Chivas Brothers rallying round frontline social care staff who are working hard to protect people in care homes and in the community who are most at risk of this appalling virus. Their donation is very much appreciated - not only because it will help tackle the virus and safeguard staff and care home residents - but also because the gesture is recognition of the tremendous work being done by our dedicated teams."