Staff in the North East have helped The Co-operative reach a £1 million milestone in the quest to raise money for young adult carers.
Employees from The Co-operative Banking Group took part in a bungee jump at the Tees Transporter Bridge in Middlesbrough to raise money for Carers Trust.
Meanwhile, a team from The Co-operative's Birtley distribution centre will put their best feet forward with a four-day hike along Hadrian's Wall to raise £1000 for the charity.
A cake sale hosted by staff at the store in Wooler brought in almost £200.
Carers Trust provides much-needed breaks, information, advice and support for young adult carers aged 14 to 25.
There are an estimated seven million carers in the UK, of whom nearly 500,000 are young adult carers.