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ARI's Masterserve Foundation chooses charity recipients

Tim Guidotti of Ferdotti Motor Services (far left) presenting Masterserve Foundation donation cheque to  (left to right), Jayne and Mark Kettle of EAC Telford and Tristan Pitt, Layla’s father.

ARI's Masterserve Foundation, which has donated more than £16,000 to charity since November 2015, has announced the organisations which will benefit from its latest round of awards.

It has decided to support the Layla Jane Pitt Remembrance Trust, Sands, Prospect House, Chrysalis Youth and Community Project, the Flintshire Deaf Children’s Society and the Beatson Cancer Charity.

In addition to the second quarter recipients, the Masterserve Foundation is supporting the British Heart Foundation as its national charity.

It will receive an annual award that accrues each quarter and will be presented at the Masterserve conference held in October 2016.

Sharon Edwards, ARI’s manager, national suppliers, said: “To see the amount raised so far is astonishing.

"The work being done by these chosen charities is making a real difference and to be supporting a foundation that is committed to helping every day is an honour.”

The Masterserve Foundation’s sole objective is to raise charitable donations from members of the Masterserve Network and ARI and distribute these donations to national and regional charities related to social aid and development, and healthcare.


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