Fundraising News

Here’s our latest fundraising news. We work enormously hard, with the support of our clients and introducers of business, to be as pro-active as possible in charity fundraising. You can get the latest news on our fundraising events and activities here.

Mindstep CA

Mindstep Foundation fundraising


On the 6th February 2020 the Conveyancing Association held their Annual Conference & Dinner at the ICC Wales, Newport which also included a charity raffle fundraiser in support of mental health charity, the Mindstep Foundation. Conveyancing Association’s sponsors donated some wonderful prizes including a £500 holiday voucher, an iPad, Henley Regatta all-inclusive tickets, bottles of champagne…

Carol Cake

Dress Down Friday for Missing People UK


Thank you for all donating raffle prizes, buying cakes and purchasing raffle tickets. And a special thank you to Carol for doing her famous cake raffle! We raised a massive total of £260 for Missing People UK. Well done everyone!!  

Mindstep Foundation Dress Up Day


We marked World Suicide Prevention Day 2019 with an impromptu “dress up day”, with everyone in the office wearing their special Mindstep Foundation shirts to help raise awareness of mental health issues. To find out more about the Mindstep Foundation’s important work researching and providing support for mental health, have a look at the Foundation’s…

Staff at Convey Law raising money for charity

Multiple Sclerosis Society Dress Down Day


Staff at Convey Law are doing their part to raise money for the Multiple Sclerosis Society today, with a dress down day in aid of our Jess Smith’s upcoming supermarathon debut! Jess will be entering the gruelling South Coast Challenge at the end of August, and has already exceeded her original target of raising £1,200…

James Mindstep ride

Riding the ups and downs of Wales for mental health awareness.


On the 13th and 14th July, Convey Law’s James Smith cycled 600km in two days to raise awareness of mental health and raise funds for charity very close to his heart. The Mindstep Foundation was set up in memory of Max Davies, James’s brother-in-law, who sadly lost his battle with depression last year. The charity…