In recognition of the present challenges faced by their communities, each of Conyers global offices has made a donation to local charities that are helping support those impacted by the COVID-19 crisis.

“At this extraordinary time, we feel that it is important that we actively support our local communities as a mark of our gratitude to healthcare and other professional services that are working tirelessly and around the clock to fight this threat,” said Conyers Chairman, Christian Luthi. “The coronavirus has negatively impacted many people in our communities. Local charities that support vulnerable groups are under intense pressure as they seek to help those in need as a result of the pandemic. Conyers is committed to helping by directing resources to organisations that are positioned to mobilize quickly and provide essential humanitarian relief, especially in the most vulnerable parts of our communities.”

Each of Conyers’ global offices has selected a local charity or charities to receive their donation:

  • The Bermuda office donated to The Salvation Army and The Coalition for the Protection of Children
  • The British Virgin Islands office donated to The Family Support Network’s Food Bank
  • The Cayman office donated to Feed Our Future
  • The Hong Kong office donated to UNICEF Hong Kong to support their “COVID 19 Emergency Action’’
  • The London office donated to Age UK
  • The Singapore office donated to The Courage Fund


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