Scottish sports stars will join forces on Friday as they participate in the Big Sporty Quiz fundraiser.
The charity event, held on Facebook Live, will raise funds for Children’s Hospices Across Scotland (CHAS).
Hosted by David Tanner, big sporting names including rugby star Stuart McInally and Dundee-born athlete Liz McColgan will also participate in the virtual fundraiser.
In a video message for CHAS, Edinburgh rugby captain Stuart McInally said the pandemic can be “isolating” for children and families who use the charity.
He said: “Families who use CHAS are facing extremely difficult times throughout this terrible pandemic.
“With many children needing to shield from others it can be isolating and scary for them and their families.”
He added: “We need to stand as one with CHAS and help them continue providing these moments of joy, even when the families can’t all be together.”
Other sporting personalities joining the quiz will include Olympian Hannah Miley, footballer Lizzie Arnot and rugby player Jonny Gray.
Alongside the quiz will be a raffle and an online auction for items like a signed Scotland rugby shirt and a top signed by both Chris Hoy and Adam Peaty.
CHAS helps support to children with life-shortening conditions and their families by providing medical assistance, family support and emotional support.
The charity has two hospices – Rachel House in Kinross and Robin House in Balloch.
CHAS Community Fundraiser and quiz organiser, Emma Moore said: “We are so grateful to all the amazing stars such as Stuart who are giving up their time so generously to support our Big Sporty Quiz and to our event host, David Tanner, who has over 30 years of experience in broadcasting.
“We would also like to say a huge thank you to all our fantastic sponsors who have donated some truly incredible prizes.
“The Big Sporty Quiz is shaping up to be a fantastic fun event and we hope as many people join us as possible on the night.”
Those interested in taking part in the quiz can sign up on The Big Sporty Quiz Facebook event page.