"In joining forces with the Conveyancing Foundation, The Cashroom is thrilled to engage in a collaborative effort with industry peers, spearheading the establishment of wellbeing standards and best practices"
- Emma O’Day - Cashroom
For the past 15 years, The Cashroom has helped law firms across the UK by offering cost-effective outsourced financial services. With over 140 specialists based in Edinburgh and Manchester, they assist more than 250 law firms remotely.
The Conveyancing Foundation has raised over £1 million for charity since its launch in 2010, which has helped to support deserving causes and charities of all sizes, including Great Ormond Street Hospital Children’s Charity, Velindre Cancer Centre in Cardiff, the Wallich (homelessness charity in South Wales), Tŷ Hafan Children’s Hospice, and Alzheimer’s Research UK.
As an official partner of the Foundation, Cashroom will join with others in the industry by helping to set wellbeing standards and best practices. It will support the aims of the Foundation, including backing and promoting its work with initiatives such as its successful national ‘Be Kind We Care’ (BKWC) best practice campaign to encourage kindness among professionals and promote better mental health through the provision of practical resources.
PEXA will also become a partner of the Foundation’s new Charity Grant Scheme, which was launched at the beginning of 2023, where individuals and businesses in the conveyancing sector can apply for charity funding to supplement a worthy initiative they are supporting.
Emma O’Day from Cashroom comments on establishing an official partnership with the Conveyancing Foundation: “In joining forces with the Conveyancing Foundation, The Cashroom is thrilled to engage in a collaborative effort with industry peers, spearheading the establishment of wellbeing standards and best practices.”
The new Conveyancing Foundation’s Charity Grant Scheme will award up to £2000 to individuals or organisations from within the conveyancing industry who are fundraising for their chosen charities.
Meanwhile, the Conveyancing Foundation plans for 2024 include further research into wellbeing and best practices through its second survey titled, ‘Conveyancer Capacities’, set to be released in January 2024. This will be followed by round-the-table expert webinars to dissect the survey findings and to develop blueprints for what constitutes industry best practices.
Lloyd Davies, the Chairman of the Conveyancing Foundation, said: "The Conveyancing Foundation, dedicated to extensive fundraising for important causes, supports the property industry through initiatives like the Charity Lotto and Charity Grant Scheme.
"Our vision prioritises well-being in the industry and efficient charitable fundraising. Welcoming Cashroom as a partner, an influential organisation in the industry, that will enhance our ability to achieve these goals. Together, we aim to elevate industry support and give back to those in need!"