AQUATERRA ENERGY GIVES A LIFT TO THE EAAA AND ARCHIE FOUNDATION - Aquaterra Energy

AQUATERRA ENERGY GIVES A LIFT TO THE EAAA AND ARCHIE FOUNDATION

Aquaterra Energy is proud to provide donations to Scottish children’s charity, the Archie Foundation, and the East Anglian Air Ambulance service.

Based at the Royal Aberdeen Children’s Hospital, the Archie Foundation helps to make a difference to the lives of sick children in the North of Scotland, the Northern Isles and the Highlands. The charity works alongside the NHS to provide extras that the health service otherwise could not provide; from entertainment for the children, to support for their families.  Every single penny donated to the Foundation goes towards improving the lives of over 100,000 sick children and their families every year.

The East Anglian Air Ambulance was launched in 2000, after an appeal from world famous jockey Frankie Dettori following a tragic aircraft accident in Newmarket. Since then, the service has saved countless lives with their specially equipped helicopters and skilled medical crew. The charity is completely reliant on charitable donations to remain in service, and works 365 days a year across Bedfordshire, Cambridgeshire, Norfolk, and Suffolk.

Eric Doyle, Regional Director – Europe at Aquaterra Energy, said: “At Aquaterra Energy, we believe supporting local charities is a fundamental part of supporting our community.  With offices based in Aberdeen, Cambridge and Norwich in the UK and with global offices in Norway, USA and Kuala Lumpur, Aquaterra Energy is proud to support these excellent charities which help to improve the lives of children across Scotland, and save the lives of accident victims across East Anglia.

“Our donations to the Archie Foundation will help to support its projects and provide essential equipment and services needed to transform a sick child’s time in hospital or out of hospital with their family. Similarly, we hope that our donation to the East Anglian Air Ambulance will help to maintain this vital, life-saving service to the people of East Anglia.”




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