Petrotechnics Put Its Best Foot Forward in the Aberdeen Kiltwalk to Raise Over £10,000 for Scotland’s Children’s Charity Aberlour
Aberdeen, 05 June Petrotechnics, the global leader in transforming frontline operational performance and lowering operational risk has succeeded in raising over £10,000 for Aberlour, Scotland’s Children’s Charity.
As part of Petrotechnics’ efforts to raise money, members of the Aberdeen office took part in The Aberdeen Kiltwalk, walking up to 26 miles from Duthie Park to Potarch. With a Petrotechnics sponsored pit-stop along the way, staff were also on hand to dispense some much needed refreshments to weary walkers in the glorious sunshine. In the lead-up to the Kiltwalk, Petrotechnics also set an ambitious fund raising goal and with the help of friends, family, clients and the wider the local Aberdeen community, they successfully surged past their objective of £5000 to raise over £10,000.
“Petrotechnics have been amazing in their support for Aberlour and The Kiltwalk and it has been a pleasure to support them in their fundraising activities”, said Lydia Fyall, Aberlour Fundraising Executive. “Not only did they have 30 staff who donned kilts to complete the event, they also provided food for 1500 walkers at our pit-stop, not to mention a small army of volunteers to cheer them on. This has been a true team effort across the whole company. We’d like to thank Petrotechnics for all that they do for us and in helping us to improves the lives of Scotland’s most vulnerable children”, continued Fyall.
“Virtually the whole of the company has been involved, walkers, helpers, fundraisers and donators”, said Phil Murray, Chief Executive of Petrotechnics. “As ever the creative spirit of Petrotechnics came through in the fundraising techniques from lunchtime car washing and cake baking to a sponsored silence. Well done everyone!”