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Conveyancing Foundation launches earthquake appeal

Since 2010, the Conveyancing Foundation’s Charity Lotto has helped to raise almost £1,000,000 for local and national charities.

This March sees the Conveyancing Foundation launch an emergency appeal in aid of the Disasters Emergency Committee’s Turkey and Syria earthquake relief efforts, with the Foundation’s industry renowned Charity Lotto being opened to the public.

By participating in the Foundation’s Charity Lotto Prize Draw supporters will be raising funds that will help DEC charities support survivors in Turkey and Syria after the devastating earthquakes.

  • £20 could provide blankets to keep two people warm
  • £25 could provide emergency food for a family for ten days
  • £50 could provide emergency shelter for two families

Over the coming months the Foundation hopes to raise tens of thousands of pounds for the appeal and asks all to take part in their Charity Lotto and make a £20 donation to be entered into the prize draw.

Participants will be in with a chance of winning:

  • £500 cash
  • Luxury weekend break for two
  • £150 in M&S vouchers
  • An Echo Dot smart speaker
  • 5x Individual bottles of champagne

The Conveyancing Foundation are also pleased to announce that they have been chosen as the British Conveyancing Awards official Charity Partner for the second year running.

The awards’ organisers have continued to be impressed by its principles and aims of improving wellbeing in the industry and supporting charitable causes. The awards’ organisers have also backed the Foundations plans for significant growth in 2023, including delivering industry wide surveys, a brand new charity grants scheme, recruitment of new Charity Partners and the appointment of Today’s Media Managing Director David Opie, as Charity Ambassador.

All donations at the Awards will be allocated to the Foundation’s Earthquake Appeal. The Foundation expresses its sincere thanks to the awards Sponsors who have shown immense generosity through supporting the appeal and donating prizes.

Lloyd Davies, Chairman of the Conveyancing Foundation, said:

“The Foundation’s Earthquake Appeal Charity Raffle was launched to help to raise thousands of pounds for the estimated 23 million people who have been directly impacted by the Turkey – Syria earthquakes, and urgently need aid to survive.

Thank you to David and Today’s Conveyancer for choosing the Conveyancing Foundation as their Charity Partner for the British Conveyancing Awards for a second year, and for their continued support.

I would also like to thank our Sponsors for their incredible support and for donating thousands of pounds worth of wonderful prizes to the charity raffle.

Together, we can make a significant difference to the people in Turkey and Syria who desperately need our support at this impossible time.”

Become a Conveyancing Foundation Partner

The Conveyancing Foundation is proud to offer like-minded organisations to become Conveyancing Foundation Partners. Partnerships will ensure businesses achieve their 2023 CSR targets by supporting the Foundation in its fundraising, which is set to reach £1m this year.

Additionally, a Charity Partnership will enable the Foundation to deliver its new Charity Grant Scheme which will award grants of up to £2,000 to charities nominated by individuals in the property industry.

The Foundation sends thanks to its Charity Partners, Media Partners, and British Conveyancing Awards sponsors TM Group, Groundsure, The Society of Licensed Conveyancers, LEAP, Morale Solutions, Today’s Conveyancer, Bold Legal Group, Property Reporter, Estate Agent Today, The Negotiator, LawCare, Taylor Rose MW, Dye and Durham, InfoTrack, Practice Evolve, LMS, PEXA, Move Reports UK, Thirdfort, Geodesys and Landmark.

For information and queries about how to become a Conveyancing Foundation Partner: please contact info@conveyancingfoundation.org.uk

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