Forward chosen as charity of the year by Midlands conveyancing firm

Aconveyancing, a law firm that specialises in conveyancing and property law, have recently selected The Forward Trust as their charity of the year for 2024.

Aconvenancy Ltd provide legal services in all aspects of residential property transactions, providing conveyancing services and legal advice. They have offices based throughout the Midlands in Tamworth, Sollihull and Leicester.

The Forward Trust was selected as their chosen charity after tragically losing a previous colleague and friend to alcoholism. Aconveyancing are keen to do all they can to help people living with addiction – and help challenge the stigma that often prevents people getting the support they need.

Aconveyancing’s founder and director, Natalie Moore said, ‘It’s widely known that there is a strong association between the legal profession and addiction issues. It’s a challenge to avoid alcohol in the job we do – whether that be work nights out, networking and events. Just last year, we were devastated to lose a great conveyancer to the effects of addiction.

‘The Forward Trust say that “everybody knows somebody” and I believe that we can do more to raise awareness of addiction within our industry, work hard to stop the stigma surrounding addiction and amplify conversations around the support available to those who might need help.

‘Watch this space for more to come from us this year.’

The Forward Trust will work closely with Aconveyancing on many different company-led initiatives, including the highly anticipated Networking and Fundraising day – Chrystal Maze Challenge – which is due to take place on 26 June 2024.

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