This year, iPEK, with locations in Sulzberg and Hirschegg, is once again fulfilling the heartfelt wishes of children who do not have the easiest start in life with a very special Christmas campaign.

A total of 60 wish lists were written and painted by children with developmental delays and disabilities from Lebenshilfe Kempten and then hung on a virtual Christmas tree at iPEK. The employees of the sewer inspection systems manufacturer iPEK took the wish lists from the Christmas tree to make the children's wishes come true. 60 lovingly wrapped Christmas presents were collected and handed over by Managing Director Gilles Pelzer, Tatjana Moosbrugger, representative for the Hirschegg location and Juliana Lang, representative for the Sulzberg location of iPEK to Anke Kadereit, Head of the Early Intervention Centre of Lebenshilfe Kempten.

40 gifts went to the early intervention centre of Lebenshilfe Kempten with locations in Kempten, Sonthofen and Immenstadt, which looks after children aged 0-6 with developmental delays, and 20 gifts were given to the children's and young people's groups of the remedial education day centre of Lebenshilfe Kempten, which looks after children and young people with support needs after school at the Tom-Mutters-School.

A big thank you goes to all the supporters of the iPEK company for the many wonderful Christmas presents for children with developmental delays. Anke Kadereit is sure that the children will be very happy about the Christmas presents.