Great Legacy Fundraising Seminar 2018

Ashley Rowthorn Events

Are you a leader looking to prepare your organisation for significant growth in legacy giving income? If so we have some exciting news to share with you that can help you see a step change in your fundraising income, and deliver real change for the beneficiaries you serve.

The Great Legacy Fundraising seminar runs from Wednesday 14th to Friday 16th February 2018 at The Inch Hotel and Inspiration Centre on the banks of Loch Ness in Fort Augustus Scotland.

This is a brand new residential course designed to help organisations understand what it takes to grow their legacy income, and put the building blocks in place to make it happen.

Perhaps you already know that legacy giving is a fast-growing area, with the largest generational transfer of wealth set to take place over the next 20-30 years. And that donors are becoming increasingly generous, with more people leaving more gifts to more causes than ever before.

But do you know how and crucially why donors leave gifts to causes in their wills and how to prepare you organisation to become deserving of those gifts?

Following a major literature review that we commissioned from the Hartsook Centre for Sustainable Philanthropy in 2017, we literally know everything there is to know about legacy giving. Over the course of 3 days we will unpack everything there is to know about how to engage your donors in the legacy conversation and encourage more of them to leave a gift in their will.

This is a unique opportunity to hear from myself and Dr Claire Routley, one of the leading experts on legacy giving, and also from the inspirational Alan Clayton, who will bring incorporate relevant elements of his Great Fundraising Masterclass.

Full details can be found on our Great Legacy Fundraising seminar – February 2018 PDF.

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Great Legacy Fundraising Seminar

Book your place today through the Eventbrite page.