At the start of 2010 Convey Law introduced the Ty Hafan Free Legal Fee Competition to their clients. This competition was fully supported by their introducers of business. The basic principles of the competition are that the client pays £5.00 at the end of their property transaction to enter the competition. In the event that they win the competition, they have the basic legal fees charged by Convey Law reimbursed to them in full. The prize draw takes place at the start of every month in respect of the preceding months’ entries. This very simple competition has enabled Convey Law to raise tens of thousands of pounds for Ty Hafan.

Ty Hafan is a charity that offers comfort care and support for life limited children and young people and is dedicated to improving the quality of life for their whole family. Ty Hafan relies entirely upon independent fund raising to meet the costs associated with their organisation.

Lloyd Davies CEO of Convey Law commented; “We have found that our fund raising activity has had a galvanising effect within our environment. As the old saying goes ‘It is always better to give than to receive’. We would encourage other businesses to take part and think up simple fund raising schemes as we have done, as they can make an enormous difference to the charitable organisations that you choose to support”.

Overall, the staff raised £3,672.25 for Ty Hafan throughout the course of the year as a result of their individual and collective fund raising to make up the £28,040.52 total donated.

Frank Ady – Ty Hafan Corporate Charity Organiser commented; “Congratulations and thank you to everyone at Convey Law for their incredible support throughout 2010. This is a perfect example of what organisations can achieve when there is a real determination and desire to raise funds for charity. A big thank you to Convey Law from the Children and families that are supported by Ty Hafan, your contribution has been fantastic this year”.

Convey Law have set themselves the challenge of raising £30,000.00 for Ty Hafan in 2011.

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