Scots wrestlers Grado and Drew Galloway have got behind a Glasgow school bid to win a 'desperately needed' sensory room for local children.
The wrestlers have pledged their support to a public appeal which hopes to win funds for a bespoke multi-sensory room and safe space in the city.
The St Charles’ Language and Communication Unit is one of only a handful of Scottish entries for the UK award which would grant them funds to create the multi-sensory room for pupils with communication support needs, including autism.
Using the campaign's #sensoryselfie hashtag, the lads have Tweeted their support alongside dedicated locals and young pupils eager to see their classroom dreams come true.
Now down to a public vote, the £25,000 award money would be used to convert an unused classroom in the north of Glasgow into a sensory area which local parents say is "desperately needed" for children with additional support needs in speech, language and communication.
As Lizanne Conway, mother of a primary two pupil from the unit, said: "These children face severe challenges in school and often struggle to cope socially and emotionally, which is why such a facility would be an absolute dream come true for all involved in the school community."
The new room would allow a 'safespace' for children who suffer from severe sensory overload, anxiety and aggression.
The OneFamily Foundation, the organisation behind the awards, helps fund community projects across the UK to support people to make a difference in their local area.
Other Scottish projects nominated for the award include a fencing facility in Fife, a playground in Stirlingshire and a foodbank in Aberdeen, which aims to purchase a van to collect and deliver food in support of people experiencing food poverty.
To read more about these projects and take a look at the other nominations, you can visit the nomination page to cast your vote.
The winning project is expected to be announced on November 9, 2015.