Want to know what you missed while on holiday? It was far from a quiet summer with a surprise prorogation of parliament, a surprise spending review, and a couple of really key pieces of data on legacies and the fundraising profession. Felicity Spencer-Smith, IoF Senior External Affairs Officer, summarises the busiest summer in quite a while.
Remember A Charity Week in its tenth year: 70s nostalgia, Points of You and Pass On Something Wonderful
Rob Cope, Director of Remember A Charity, looks at what the campaign has been doing in its tenth year to challenge common misconceptions around legacy giving.
Kate Jenkinson, Head of In-Memory Consultancy at Legacy Foresight, takes a looks at how charitable giving at funerals has changed over time.
Rob Cope, Director of Remember A Charity, explains why your organisation should get involved with the tenth Remember A Charity in Your Will Week this September.
Rob Cope from Remember A Charity takes over the news roundup blog to give us the latest updates from the legacy fundraising world.
Felicity Spencer-Smith, Senior External Affairs Officer, gives the low-down on the latest developments affecting fundraising, including what new research shows us about UK giving, increases in income from legacies and a campaign to stop charities from excluding those that don't have a degree when recruiting.
Last month Remember A Charity launched its new strategic plan which sets out how it intends to grow legacy giving over the next three years. Rob Cope, Director of Remember A Charity, explains the challenges that lie ahead and what the campaign will be focusing on.
Rob Cope, Director of Remember A Charity, gives an overview of what has happened in the world of legacies and the challenges to be faced over the coming months.
Stuart Adams, a solicitor at Mishcon de Reya LLP, explains why those in his profession are not the “enemies” of legacy giving they have been made out to be, and says that the role played by solicitors should be recognised.
The last year was a great one for legacy fundraising, says Rob Cope, Director of Remember A Charity, but there are still some key questions that will need to be addressed in 2019.