Celebrating the Fundraising and Volunteering Successes of our People
The South Hook LNG Staff Community Donations initiative supports individuals in their community volunteering and fundraising activities. The company programme endeavours to support staff by match funding or recognising the time that they give through donations to community organisations.
We are proud that so many of our people at South Hook LNG are able and willing to offer their time and energy to supporting community initiatives and just of few of these are shared with you below.
Ty Hafan Hospice
Adam Bajoo works in the South Hook LNG Warehouse and has competed in the Wales 3 Peaks Challenge, in aid of Ty Hafan Hospice, a charity that offers support to life-limited children, young people and their families, helping them to make the most of the time they have left together.
Narberth Rugby Football Club
Christian Watson who works in our Health and Safety Department, coaches the Under 7’s and the match funding has enabled the purchase of new team kit for the forthcoming season.
Fishguard and Goodwick Rugby Football Club
As Assistant Rugby Coach, Kevin Morgan, one of our Process Operators, has raised money for his club which was used to purchase a scrum machine.
Pembrokeshire Yacht Club
Julian Owens who heads up our Finance and Administration Department, volunteers regularly as an instructor at the local yacht club. Match funding from South Hook LNG has helped the club finance instructor training and replacement equipment.
Camrose Football Club
Jeremy Tee, Process Operator, volunteers as coach and the match funding has contributed towards the purchase of playing kit and training equipment