‘Tis the season: Staff at Conyers Dill & Pearman donated $22,000 to several charities. From left to right: Coral Dakin, Graham Maddocks (founder Ocean Support Foundation), Jennifer Williams (chair of Conyers’ Benevolence Fund), Donna Fubler, Rose Vickers, Vivien Hubbard.Ms Williams said: “Conyers is pleased to see such a generous outpouring from staff in support of these charities, which provide real value especially during these challenging times of need. Through the Conyers Benevolent Fund, we are able to support a number of charities and educational programmes which benefit Bermuda’s community.” *Photo supplied
‘Tis the season: Staff at Conyers Dill & Pearman donated $22,000 to several charities. From left to right: Coral Dakin, Graham Maddocks (founder Ocean Support Foundation), Jennifer Williams (chair of Conyers’ Benevolence Fund), Donna Fubler, Rose Vickers, Vivien Hubbard.
Ms Williams said: “Conyers is pleased to see such a generous outpouring from staff in support of these charities, which provide real value especially during these challenging times of need. Through the Conyers Benevolent Fund, we are able to support a number of charities and educational programmes which benefit Bermuda’s community.” *Photo supplied

FRIDAY, DEC. 23: Anyone can play Santa when they have a heart full of love.

Staff at Conyers Dill & Pearman shared a bit of festive cheer this week, donating nearly $22,000 to charities and community initiatives across the island.

Conyers donated to the Ocean Support Foundation in support of its work to combat the invasive lionfish species’ damage to Bermuda’s marine ecosystem and aquatic life.

Conyers also donated to the Centre for Talented Youth, an afterschool programme, which identifies and develops academic excellence in Bermuda’s youth.

Bermuda Islander’s Senior Centre is also supported by Conyers where funds will go towards supporting the current seniors’ programme.

The Centre Against Abuse received a donation from Conyers to assist with its efforts in eradicating abusive relationships in Bermuda.

The firm also made a donation to the Feed the Children Ministry, which since 2001 has been feeding children breakfast and lunch in various schools across Bermuda.

The Mihdi Joon Fund also received a donation from Conyers to support its treatment for a 14-year-old with a rare medical condition.

Conyers also made donations to several members of the community in their time of need.

Conyers’ Staff Benevolent Scheme is funded by donations from Conyers’ employees, which are matched dollar for dollar by Conyers directors.