Money from Mobil

The Cystinosis Foundation UK last week received a £1,000 ‘safety award’ from the ExxonMobil’s SAGE terminal at St Fergus near Aberdeen. The safety award encourages ExxonMobil employees to apply safe working practices in their place of work, and in reward for safety record achievements donations are made to the local community.

The safety committee chose the most recent award to go to the Cystinosis Foundation UK. The committee heard how a local youngster, Lena Forsyth (aged 5), suffers from Cystinosis and how her parents, Vicky and Roy, have been raising money on behalf of the Foundation.

We would like to thank ExxonMobil for their most generous donation and wish them on-going success in their ‘safety in the workplace’ scheme.

More information can be found at the Buchan Observer.

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