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Coronavirus and legacies: Inspiring heartfelt goodbyes with in-memory fundraising

Coronavirus and legacies: Inspiring heartfelt goodbyes with in-memory fundraising

Guest Bloggers | 13 May 2020

Kate Jenkinson from Legacy Foresight looks at how this climate is particularly challenging for in-memory fundraising but outlines some measures that can help. This blog forms part of a series curated by Remember A Charity, the Chartered Institute of Fundraising’s long-term campaign to grow legacy giving.

5 ways the coronavirus is changing the legacy market and what this means for charities

5 ways the coronavirus is changing the legacy market and what this means for charities

Rob Cope | 30 March 2020

Rob Cope, Director of Remember A Charity, looks at how the coronavirus outbreak is having an impact on the legacy market and what the future holds for this type of fundraising.

Are will-writing firms wrong in their reporting of money raised for charity?

Are will-writing firms wrong in their reporting of money raised for charity?

Guest Bloggers | 28 January 2020

Legacy consultant Richard Radcliffe and Jon Brewer, founder of Bequeathed, look at the two sides of the question of whether will-writing firms are correct in how they report how much money has been raised for charity.

How to make more out of death

How to make more out of death

Guest Bloggers | 20 November 2019

Phil Zeidler, Co-Founder of DeadHappy, looks at why charities need to have more blunt conversations with their donors about legacies and death, and explains why charities should be talking about legacies with much younger donors.

Charlie Booth and Antonia Dalmahoy, Managing Director, at Royal Marsden receiving their award at the National Fundraising Awards

How The Royal Marsden Cancer Charity put audience-insight at the heart of its legacy campaign

Guest Bloggers | 21 October 2019

Charlie Booth, Head of Legacies at The Royal Marsden Cancer Charity, explains how the charity’s successfully used audience-insight in their legacy campaign, leading to them winning Legacy Campaign of the Year at the National Fundraising Awards.

RNLI in the media, ‘Olive the Poppy Seller’, the spending review and other fundraising news

RNLI in the media, ‘Olive the Poppy Seller’, the spending review and other fundraising news

Felicity Spencer-Smith | 24 September 2019

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.

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Remember A Charity Week in its tenth year: 70s nostalgia, Points of You and Pass On Something Wonderful

Rob Cope | 13 September 2019

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

Thinking outside the box: Why funeral giving will never be the same again

Guest Bloggers | 10 September 2019

Kate Jenkinson, Head of In-Memory Consultancy at Legacy Foresight, takes a looks at how charitable giving at funerals has changed over time.

5 reasons you should be shouting about legacies this Remember A Charity Week

5 reasons you should be shouting about legacies this Remember A Charity Week

Rob Cope | 15 August 2019

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.

Latest news: Three key updates in legacy fundraising

Latest news: Three key updates in legacy fundraising

Rob Cope | 24 July 2019

Rob Cope from Remember A Charity takes over the news roundup blog to give us the latest updates from the legacy fundraising world.

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