Deminor Recovery Services (DRS) is an organisation that defends the interests of thousands of private and institutional investors who have suffered losses caused by fraud, misleading information or misconduct. Values such as access to justice, good governance, transparency, equality and solidarity are the main drivers of our daily activities.
Therefore, offering our services pro bono to individuals who are in a difficult financial situation that prevent them from enforcing their rights seemed obvious to us.
These values inspire us outside of our work environment as well. In a true spirit of sharing, DRS believes that part of the fruit of its activities has to be used in order to support charity projects that are carried out by members of its team.
Pro Bono Program
The DRS Pro Bono Program is designed to help individuals who are in a difficult financial situation and have suffered investment losses.
Depending on the situation, the intervention of DRS could range from counselling to the complete handling of the case, e.g. by funding the intervention of a lawyer.
Those who wish to make use of our Pro Bono Program are invited to contact us by e-mail: email@example.com.
- 2015 – Marathon des Sables for the benefit of NGO “Face for Children in Need”
“Face for Children in Need” (FACE) is a Belgian NGO that aims at assisting and protecting orphans and street children, as well as their families and communities in Egypt, regardless of race, culture or religion.
Deminor participated to the fundraising organised by a member of its staff (Jean-Philippe Timmermans, Head of Back Office) as part of his participation to the Marathon des Sables 2015 (taking place in the Sahara desert) in favour of FACE.
Click here to find a short video of his amazing adventure.
- 2017 – New York marathon for the benefit of NGO “Every Mother Counts”
In 2017, Edouard Fremault, a DRS partner, ran the New York City Marathon in order to collect funds to support the NGO “Every Mother Counts” in its fight for making pregnancy and childbirth safe for every women on earth. DRS supported his initiative through a donation to the organisation.