Developing the Young Workforce Moray want photographs of parents and guardians working from home with their children.
Over 40 volunteers are helping with shopping, prescription collection, dog walking, telephone chats and other support during the lockdown.
Friendly Access will continue providing adaptive surf and swim group sessions in Lossiemouth and Forres.
Kirsty Reid, Lindsey Standing and Dyke Landward Community Council have set up an area support network.
Pilmuir Primary hosted a group of Sappers just before schools were closed due to the coronavirus outbreak.
The Berry Burn wind farm Community Fund has £6000 available to help during the crisis.
Forres Pipe Band will use the funding for high grade tutors.
The lockdown has had a noticeable effect on business in Forres but not all is doom and gloom.
In 1966 it was supplied by Rossleigh Jaguar, via PS Nicolson, Forres, to F Shower & Sons.
Forres and District Men’s Shed were awarded £5000 towards a dust extraction system in their new premises.
MIRO are hoping that the general public will help with the naming of their new tractor.
Forres Footpaths Trust want to see a route partly follow existing paths when the dualled A96 is built.
Lisa Miele of Sylvan Designs is putting her skills to use for the greater good during lockdown.
Maclean's Highland Bakery sent football kit to two teams 7000 miles away in Uganda.
Mora Council is trying to set up a new heritage trust on behalf of the Friends of the Falconer Museum.
Alexander Murdoch has been made a Knight of The Legion of Honour, France’s highest military award.
Friends of Blairs Loch will use the money towards extending and re-developing the stable building at Loch of Blairs.
Moray Council will start a wildflowering scheme in three areas of Forres this summer.
Soldiers from Kinloss Barracks helped re-vamp garden areas at Forres Academy.
Newbold House, owned by the Newbold Trust, is on the market for £800,000.