ASE Plumbing, Heating, Kitchens & Bathrooms becomes the first IPG member to fill up their charity collection tin, in aid of Missing People @ipg_the

ASE Plumbing, Heating, Kitchens & Bathrooms has hit quite the milestone this week by becoming the first IPG member to fill up their charity collection tin, successfully raising a total of £49.04 for Missing People #FINDEVERYCHILD.

ASE, a family run Plumbing, Heating, Kitchen and Bathroom supplier in South Shropshire, offers a wide range of quality kitchens and bathrooms in its showroom based in Ludlow Business Park, and is a member of elite membership group, The IPG, who is currently the largest and fastest growing membership group helping independent plumbing, heating, and bathroom specialists to compete in today’s market.

As part of its charity partnership, The IPG has joined forces with Missing People #FINDEVERYCHILD, an independent charity who help to bring missing children back together with their families or to a place of safety. The IPG has since encouraged a large proportion of its members to join the search in finding every missing child. With 200+ member locations nationwide, The IPG is confident that with the help of its members, it can be the eyes for the charity all across the UK. This messaging echoes strongly The IPG’s beliefs that we should all aim to support our individual merchants.

The IPG members who are involved in the initiative, such as ASE Plumbing, Heating, Kitchens & Bathrooms, have participated by putting up photos of children still missing in their respective areas, as well as providing a collection tin on trade counters to encourage donations. After filling up its tin and raising a total of £49.04, ASE will now restart its fundraising efforts to further raise money for the charity.

Adam Pearce, Managing Director at ASE Plumbing, Heating, Kitchens & Bathrooms, said: “We are delighted to be part of this elite membership group and more than happy to support such an amazing cause, which effects so many families across the UK – thanks so much to our generous customers for your donations.”

Nike Lovell, Head of Marketing at The IPG, added: The IPG’s aim is to work closely with our members and the charity to make local communities aware of children who have gone missing in their area. Many of our members are passionate about giving back to the local community in which they live and work. We are delighted that ASE and their customers have already filled their collection tin and are the first to make a collection tin payment.

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