Food left over from the now closed cafes and restaurants run by Dundee and Angus College will be donated to a foodbank.
The college has suspended all face to face teaching and closed its cafes and restaurants. which has left a surplus of fruit, vegetables and dairy.
Simon Hewitt, vice principal of curriculum of and attainment at the college, said this will be donated to the Dundee-based Kirkton Community Larder.
“In these uncertain times, it is important that we all look out for and support each other,” he said.
“Colleges are all about communities and I am just glad we can do a small part to support ours.”
Convenience store Scotmid helped deliver the goods to Kirkton Community Centre.
Eddie Baines, one of the volunteers at the Larder, said: “We would like to say thanks to Dundee and Angus College for proving they are a great part of the community.
“We can’t thank them enough and hope to do more as a partnership in the future. We would also like to thank Lynn Ogg from Scotmid for helping to deliver the goods, as well as the communities team for helping at the Larder.
“In these difficult times it is great to see the community coming together for Kirkton.”