NETA Training have been at it again collecting Easter eggs to donate for The Ellen Timney Foundation which supports sick and underprivileged children in the Tees Valley area.
(NETA Training Lustrum Facility, MJI Room)
Along with other charities including The Teesside Family Charity and The Ellen Timney Foundation, the organisations have succeeded in collecting and donating over 2000 eggs to children in the North East.
(NETA Training Lustrum Facility, Renewable Energy Wind Turbine)
We are very proud of NETA’s Gas Instructor, Rob Hardy, who tirelessly dedicates his time to helping various charities.
(NETA Training Gas Instructor, Rob Hardy)
He said: “A massive Thank You to everybody at NETA Training, who in a joint project with Santander Operations, managed to collect Easter eggs for The Ellen Timney Foundation. The Easter eggs were distributed to The Teesside Family Foundation, who also organised a collection, and a total exceeding 2,000 Easter eggs were handed out by volunteers. Everybody was egg-stremely grateful for all the kind generosity”
What a cracking job!