Donegal County Council will light up its headquarters to mark the first anniversary of the death of Belfast teenager Noah Donohoe.
The Lifford County House will turn blue this weekend in memory of Noah.
The gesture was agreed in March, following a successful motion brought to the council by Sinn Fein Cllr Gary Doherty.
The council also agreed to extend support to the truth and justice campaign led by Noah’s family, who are originally from Strabane. All council buildings in the Derry City and Strabane District and The Tinneys in Strabane are also lighting up blue this weekend.
Noah went missing on Sunday June 21 last year, sparking a major search across Belfast city.
The 14-year-old schoolboy was cycling to Cave Hill country park to meet friends on the day of his disappearance. Sadly, his body was found dead in a storm drain, six days after he went missing.
Noah’s mother Fiona and aunt Niamh continue to seek answers to outstanding questions surrounding Noah’s disappearance and death.
Commenting today, Cllr Doherty said: “I hope this small gesture will be a symbol of our support for the Donohoe family and will show them that their neighbours in Donegal are behind them all the way in their quest for truth and justice. “