We are proud to announce our recent donation of AUD 1,100.00 to the RFDS which we collected from an auction of our last minted, #100 Stealth Drill Bit Coin which was won by Chris and Ling Hayes for us to proudly donate to the Royal Flying Doctor Service, (RFDS). It was Chris and Ling’s wish to assign the last coin to Warwick Pope, Call Sign: “Vatican City” and we have created a very nice display case which is now permanently displayed in the Stealth Hangar.
We were very pleased to be able to have a grand presentation of our donation at the RFDS hangar at the Adelaide Airport facility and to have both Warwick and his lovely wife Ivy attend the occasion. We all had a very nice presentation and tour of the facility and their operations are extremely professional and very impressive. Their commitment to helping in the medical profession for the outback and remote services is the leader in this type of service anywhere in the world. I would like to thank Kirsten Alderson and Rosemary (Pictured) of the RFDS for setting up this event, and we will be continuing to support their worthy cause in the future. We will be having a yearly auction for something of Stealth Tools and Oilfield significance in conjunction with our yearly American Super Bowl extravaganza to continue to support this worthy cause.
I truly understand the hard times and the state of our industry at this time, but firmly believe that it is now when we need to stand up and dig in our heels to help all in the industry to survive and have a common cause to the support services who will be there when we need them.
To learn more about the RFDS, please visit their official site.