The Santos Ningaloo Vision Floating Production Storage and Offloading (FPSO) crew donated $10,000 to Exmouth PCYC to support the Women’s Outdoor Activity Program.
The Santos donation celebrates seven years free of any lost time to injury. To acknowledge the fantastic safety record, the crew can donate $10,000 to their charity of choice and PCYC was the lucky recipient.
Funds will assist in the delivery of junior member activities such as cricket, soccer, and football.
Lauren Rampling, Exmouth PCYC Manager, said she was delighted that Santos had chosen PCYC to receive the donation that supports so many young people in the community.
“We thank Santos and the crew for their generous donation and can’t wait to kick off these new and exciting programs and activities for our young people” she concluded.
Santos also sponsors and support the local Leadership Program delivered in partnership by Exmouth PCYC and Exmouth District High School which is scheduled to commence later in the school year.
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