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Conyers Supports Christmas Toy Drive

December 2009 Updated on 25 March 2010

Cayman Islands law firm Conyers Dill & Pearman held a dress down day which saw staff don Christmas colours of red and green and make donations to Victoria Bise’s charity toy drive.

Last year, 14-year old Victoria Bise organised the toy drive with sponsorship from His Excellency the Governor, Stuart Jack. Due to the popularity of the initiative, Victoria ran the collection again this year. Her wish is to put a smile on the faces of the children in Cayman who are less fortunate than others.

Conyers staff dressed in Christmas colours and as part of the dress down day they either brought in specific presents for the children or donated a sum of money which was then used to purchase gifts.

Katherine McLaughlin, Corporate Administrator and Children & Education Liaison Officer of Conyers’ Cayman Islands office, commented: “Vicky’s toy drive is a huge benefit to our community’s less fortunate children and I am very pleased by staff support of this worthwhile cause. As a mother of two children, I know how important Christmas is and how delighted these children will be to receive these presents.”

Conyers is actively involved in a number of local charities and educational programs.

 

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Conyers Supports Christmas Toy Drive

01 December 2009 Updated on 25 March 2010

Cayman Islands law firm Conyers Dill & Pearman held a dress down day which saw staff don Christmas colours of red and green and make donations to Victoria Bise’s charity toy drive.

Last year, 14-year old Victoria Bise organised the toy drive with sponsorship from His Excellency the Governor, Stuart Jack. Due to the popularity of the initiative, Victoria ran the collection again this year. Her wish is to put a smile on the faces of the children in Cayman who are less fortunate than others.

Conyers staff dressed in Christmas colours and as part of the dress down day they either brought in specific presents for the children or donated a sum of money which was then used to purchase gifts.

Katherine McLaughlin, Corporate Administrator and Children & Education Liaison Officer of Conyers’ Cayman Islands office, commented: “Vicky’s toy drive is a huge benefit to our community’s less fortunate children and I am very pleased by staff support of this worthwhile cause. As a mother of two children, I know how important Christmas is and how delighted these children will be to receive these presents.”

Conyers is actively involved in a number of local charities and educational programs.

 

 

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