Mr Farajallah presented a hurricane tube to the hospital’s Play Service. The hurricane tube is a multi-sensory interactive toy aimed at children with special needs that lights up, changes colour and produces bubbles. Bond staff donated money for the tube after two members of staff had children who received treatment at the hospital.
Speaking afterwards, Mr Farajallah said: ‘The Play Service here provides much-needed diversion for patients, and I am delighted that Bond has been able to contribute to this’.
Headquartered at Aberdeen Airport, Bond Offshore Helicopters provides crew change for the oil and gas industry, and search and rescue support, in the central and northern North Sea and west of Shetland.
RACH provides a comprehensive range of paediatric services and has a Play Service which provides toys, games and company for the patients, designed to help make their stays in hospital more comfortable and less daunting.
Heather Beattie, Play Service Manager at RACH said: ‘The generosity of individuals and businesses across the North East never ceases to amaze us. The hurricane tube is a fantastic gift and one that will be well used. On behalf of the whole team I would like to say a big thank you to everyone at Bond’.
About Avincis Group
Bond Offshore Helicopters Ltd is part of Avincis Group. Avincis Group is the world’s leading provider of mission critical aviation services. The Group’s mission is to save lives, protect the environment and provide safe transport for mission critical people and assets for public services and blue chip corporations.
Avincis has a global footprint, which, includes the UK, Spain, Italy, France, Portugal, Ireland, Norway, Australia, Chile and Peru. The Group operates around 350 rotary and 50 fixed-wing aircraft, from 295 bases in ten countries. Avincis employs almost 3,000 people worldwide and at end 2011 had an annualised turnover of €521 million (£421 million). The Group is headquartered in London.