More than £4500 has been raised in memory of fallen Dundee boxer “Iron” Mike Towell.
The cash was donated as part of a fundraising drive organised by the popular fighter’s partner Chloe Ross.
Iron Mike’s family have campaigned relentlessly to fundraise for brain safety scanners to be introduced within Scottish boxing.
Mike’s girlfriend Chloe and mum Tracey intend to purchase two scanners for clubs in both Dundee and Stirling, two places the former fighter learned his trade.
More than £13,000 has already been raised to go toward the purchase of one scanner in Iron Mike’s name.
The funds raised at Sunday’s event, held at Dundee’s Downfield pub, will go toward the purchase of a second scanner.
Taking to social media, Mike’s delighted partner Chloe said: “Actually shocked to be writing this, but providing everyone hands in their auction money we raised a massive £4630.09 last night.
“I am really sure we are the tiniest bit away from scanner number two.
“Thank you all so much for donating, you are all so generous and I’m sure all this stress will all be worth it when we save someone’s life.”
Mike’s mum Tracey said: “I don’t know where to start.
“I just can’t say enough for all you guys that came along to Michael’s fund raiser, you all made it such a special night for all the family.
“I am so proud of you all and to know you were friends of Michael.
“I can only say again and again a great big thanks to you all, you really are amazing people.”
Almost 200 people attended the fundraiser.
A host of signed merchandise was auctioned off as part of the event.
Dad of one Mike, 25, died after collapsing with bleeding on the brain during a televised fight against Welshman Dale Evans in Glasgow in September.
The Dundee fighter had previously complained of headaches but was advised it was a migraine.