Since its establishment in 2004 Charity fundraising has been at the heart of Convey365’s work ethic and culture. This week, after 16 years of fundraising Convey365 reach a huge fundraising milestone of £800,978.37 and still counting!
In 2010 Lloyd established The Conveyancing Foundation to support legal practices with charity fundraising. Companies registered with The Conveyancing Foundation ask their clients if they would like to enter the Free Legal Fee Competition by making a £10 donation to charity. The client is then entered into a monthly Prize Draw, where the winner receives up to £500 towards their Legal Fees.
The Competition has been recognised by royalty with His Royal Highness Prince Charles congratulating the team on their fundraising efforts in 2017.
The Foundation has also received immense support over the years from the Conveyancing Association, the Society of Licensed Conveyancers and Bold Group Members.
Money raised through Convey365 and The Conveyancing Foundation has helped support thousands of families in England and Wales over the years.
Ty Hafan, one of the UK’s leading paediatric palliative care charities has been a key benefactor. The Ty Hafan team offer care to children and support for their families throughout Wales in incredibly difficult times. Convey365 has donated more than £300,000 over the years to this charity, with Convey365 MD Lloyd Davies Appointed as Ty Hafan’s Corporate Ambassador in 2014.
Convey365 has also raised over £80,000 for Children with Cancer UK, the leading national children’s charity dedicated to the fight against childhood cancer.
Other brilliant causes include Alzheimer’s Research UK, BBC Children in Need and Mindstep Foundation.
Convey365 has hosted and participated in various fundraising events over the years including the Ty Hafan China Trek that raised over £12,000 and Convey365’s regular dress down days which have raised over £20,000.
Chairman of the Conveyancing Foundation and MD of Convey365, Lloyd Davies:
“Thank you for your hard work and for supporting each other and those less fortunate than us.”