Aleron Subsea supports Christmas charity appeal for children

 

Aleron operations manager Elaine Young and ROV technician Callan Sinclair with a selection of toys for the Christmas appeal.
Aleron operations manager Elaine Young and ROV technician Callan Sinclair with a selection of toys for the Christmas appeal.

An Aberdeen-based ROV system rental company is helping to spread Christmas cheer by donating a selection of toys worth £1,500 to a local charity appeal this festive season.

Aleron Subsea, which recently relocated its head office from Singapore to new headquarters on the outskirts of Westhill, pledged its support to the Cash For Kids Mission Christmas toy appeal to help ill or disadvantaged children in and around the city.

The appeal calls for people to give toys or make cash donations towards a gift for children who otherwise might not receive a present at Christmas.

Mike Bisset, Aleron Subsea’s managing director, and operations manager Elaine Young, took time out from their work schedules to buy and drop-off a selection of gifts in time for Christmas.

Bisset said: “The festive season is a time for giving, but unfortunately there are a lot of disadvantaged youngsters out there who don’t have anyone to buy them presents, and we decided to do our bit to help change this by taking part in the gift appeal.”

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