The North East water company is holding its first Rock ‘n′ Roll Bingo in aid of WaterAid at The Biscuit Factory in Newcastle on Friday October 26, 2018 at 7.00pm.
It differs from regular bingo, where numbers will be replaced with rock and roll song titles for guests to mark off as the songs play.
IWS, based in Wallsall, West Midlands, is one of Northumbrian Water′s framework partners and has worked with the company for nearly 20 years.
It provides a range of engineering based services, dealing with all aspects of the water cycle, including network repair and maintenance.
Andrew Blakemore, Northumbrian WaterAid Chairman, said: "We′re thrilled that IWS is supporting our inaugural Rock ‘n′ Roll Bingo event. This will help us to have more fun on the evening and, of course, the opportunity to bring in more funds for WaterAid.
"We′re grateful to them for their support as we strive to help some of the world′s poorest people access clean water and decent toilets, and are really looking forward to sharing this evening with them."
Richard Palmer, Managing Director of IWS, said: "We′ve been a supporter of WaterAid now for many years and are absolutely delighted to be able to sponsor Northumbrian Water′s Rock ‘n′ Roll bingo event."
A table of ten costs £500 and other sponsorship opportunities are also available from £350.