Meethill School has been announced as the winner of the latest round of the Asda Green Token Giving scheme.
Asda Peterhead Community Champion Keely Long presented the school with its £500 prize recently.
The money will help to buy some music equipment to give the children an opportunity to learn a wider range of music instruments.
The two Green Token Giving runners up were the Peterhead Family Centre and Help Hub and the St Fergus Community Association.
Both causes each won £200.
Pictured above is Asda Peterhead Community Champion Keely Long presenting the prize to Meethill School pupils and teacher Claire Eade.