Once again, gifts, presents and money have been generously donated by staff, delegates and students at NETA Training in Stockton.
Leading the way was NETA’s administrator Julie Scott, and Coordinator, Michael Allen, who with others, have gathered a staggering amount of presents to give to the Ellen Timney Foundation to donate to underprivileged children this Christmas.
Michael said: “We would like to thank all that have donated over the year and would like to thank the scaffolding fraternity who have come through our centre and kindly donated. We managed to raise over £1200 to go towards such a worthy cause. Without the fantastic support we would not be able to support the Ellen Timney fund in their fantastic efforts in supporting local kids.”
Car after car was packed with toys and gifts for both boys and girls.
Contributions started in summer with the scaffolding department taking collections from their scaffolding delegates who in turn raised an astounding amount of money to put towards the presents.
Staff at NETA put a tremendous amount of time and effort throughout the year to help raise much needed funds for The Ellen Timney Foundation, and this year the charity trustee, Tony Timney popped in to show his support and gratitude to everyone who has helped out this year.
The Ellen Timney Foundation is a North-east charity that supports sick and underprivileged children across the region.