We are at a critical moment for charity legacy giving. As the once-in-a-lifetime intergenerational transfer of the baby boomer wealth begins to take place, we have a choice as to whether we are going to be good or great at legacy fundraising.
Legacy Foresight has been analysing the British legacy sector for over two decades, and the topic never ceases to fascinate and often move us.
The Scottish conference has always encouraged up and coming speakers, looking at new sessions and streams to continually improve and diversify the sessions for delegates. This year's Scottish Fundraising Conference speaker sponsors Karat Marketing tell us why it's important to them to support new speakers.
Damian O'Broin on how small charities can punch above their weight.
Loretta Bresciani-Murray on how putting supporters first in community fundraising can help us prepare for the future.
Chief Executive of Seamab, Joanna McCreadie, gives us her rundown of their partnership with StudioLR - how mutual respect and open communication led to a surprise win at the Scottish Fundraising Awards.
Chris Millward, CEO of the Institute of Legacy Management, and speaker at the upcoming IoF Legacy fundraising conference, explains why Trustees and senior stakeholders within charities should be more supportive of legacy fundraising.
With many charities still struggling to grow their digital know-how, Rebecca Curtis-Moss and Ross McCulloch look at some examples of great digital fundraising.
Isla Campbell Lupton spoke to volunteer Grace Canham about her experiences of volunteering at the Scottish Fundraising Conference 2016.
“Excuse me, do you have a minute?”
“No, I don’t, I am too busy to be bothered by you chuggers right now!”