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Children at the Forget Me Not Hospice in Huddersfield can now keep in touch with loved ones from a distance, thanks to a kind donation of electronic devices from Northern Gas Networks.

Colleagues from the gas company, which provides the gas distribution service for the region, donated six Samsung electronic tablets to the hospice, along with a selection of other goodies.

The tablets will be used to help keep children in touch with their families, and to allow the fundraising team to carry out virtual tours of the hospice.

Amy Hurd, Customer Care Officer for Northern Gas Networks said: “The nurses and all the staff at Forget Me Not are truly special people doing an immensely difficult job. It was a joy to make this donation to the hospice.”

Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, colleagues at Northern Gas Networks have been going the extra mile for local communities.

As well as donating to charities and care homes, emergency gas engineers from the company are leaving care packages for individual customers, following house calls. The packages contain non-perishable food items such as rice, pasta and tinned food, as well as hand sanitiser and puzzle books.

Steven Dacre, Northern Gas Networks’ customer experience development manager, said: “The nature of our business means we have a large, mobile workforce – so we are well-placed to offer support in local communities.

“We’ve already delivered hundreds of packages throughout the region, to care homes, charities and individual households, and will keep the support coming.”

Charities, care homes and not-for-profit organisations can arrange for an aid package delivery from Northern Gas Networks by emailing ASKNGN@northerngas.co.uk