There was an unusual dress code at a Morpeth charity base as staff threw open its doors in a Onesie Wednesday fund-raising day.
Turning Point in Loansdean organised the event earlier this month in aid of the National Autistic Society.
Staff held games, set up a cake stall and ran a raffle, with prizes donated by Morrisons.
As well as dressing in their onesies, they also washed cars to boost the funds.
A grand total of £161 was raised.
Turning Point, based at Telford Court, supports people with learning disabilities and mental health problems.