All in Perth and Kinross is looking to hear from families on low incomes how well the services available to them in the area are.
They’re working with Glasgow Caledonian University to interview people and find out.
Adverting their research, they said: “We are recruiting 20 volunteers who are parents on low incomes or social security to be interviewed by Glasgow Caledonian University Researchers for our Children’s Scoreboard Project.
“All interviews will be anonymous and will last about 45 minutes.”
Working with the university, they’re holding interviews to find out just what people using these services think.
Parents who get involved with the interviews will get a £25 shopping voucher.
They added: “We think the services and support we provide families on low incomes across Perth &Kinross is pretty good. But with your help – we know it could be better.
“Help us to shape services around the needs of families who are on low incomes – you’ll be doing your family and your community a valuable service.”
Parents who are interested in participating in the interviews should contact: allinpkc.gov.uk