The Bridge of Don based business has signed up to be a drop-off point for new and unwrapped gifts as part of the Northsound Cash for Kids Mission Christmas Appeal, which is being supported by The Wood Foundation.
Pauline McCann, sales manager at Subsea Supplies, said:
“We were part of the appeal last year and we’re hoping for a great response again from our clients, connections and nearby businesses this year. It’s important to think of others during the festive period and we’re delighted to be part of Mission Christmas.”
Michelle Ferguson, charity manager at Cash for Kids, said:
“Subsea Supplies is one of a number of businesses to sign up to be a drop-off point. We’re delighted they are taking part – and there’s still time for other companies to contribute to Mission Christmas this year.”
Gifts collected by Subsea Supplies will then be delivered by Reliant the Robin, so north-east children – from under-privileged backgrounds – can wake up to a gift on Christmas morning. Gifts can be dropped off at Subsea Supplies 8.30am-5pm Monday to Thursday, and 8.30am to 3pm on Friday until Tuesday, December 20.
For more information on the Northsound Cash for Kids Mission Christmas Appeal visit: