Conveyancing Foundation announces charity fundraising objectives and events for 2016
The Conveyancing Foundation was established in 2015 to help Conveyancers raise funds for their chosen
In 2016 the Foundation will be running a series of events which Conveyancers or those involved in the
conveyancing industry can get involved with, should they wish. The Charity Lotto is open to all Conveyancers to use in order to raise funds for the charities of their choice.
In 2015 the Foundation was heavily supported by the Conveyancing Association, SLC and Bold Group members who helped raise over £50,000 for the Ty Hafan Children’s Hospice through the Matterhorn Challenge.
The Foundation’s objectives for 2016 are to raise over £150,000 for charity and to engage sufficient Conveyancers in the Charity Lotto so that over £40,000 per month can be raised through the competition by the end of the year.
The Foundation Members will be taking part in a number of events including a 200-mile cycle from Cardiff to Dublin in aid of Shelter Cymru and a Magic Moments Cycle from Cardiff to Colchester in April.
Chairman of the Conveyancing Foundation, Lloyd Davies, commented:
“The Conveyancing Foundation has been established to help Conveyancers raise money for their chosen
charities. The Foundation is here to help and not to choose the charities for the Conveyancers. The Charity Lotto is an excellent way for Conveyancers to raise funds quickly and effectively on a monthly basis for their chosen charities. It is very easy to establish – Conveyancers of all sizes can access a toolkit to set up their own functionality from our website. We would like everyone to get involved in “conveyancing for charity” this year. Please do not hesitate to contact us for additional information.”
Rob Hosier, Geraint Aubrey, George Shirlaw and Rory Brown will all be representing the Conveyancing
Foundation in cycling from Cardiff to Dublin to watch Wales beat Ireland starting on the 4th February and arriving in time to watch the match. Their quest is to raise over £10,000 for the Shelter Housing Charity.