What can small charities get from legacy fundraising?
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What can small charities get from legacy fundraising?

14 Jun 2016
Tags: Legacies

To mark Small Charity Week Chris Millward, chief executive of the Institute of Legacy Management, discusses the legacy programmes in small organisations.

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It's a hard knock life for young people these days. But not all is doom and gloom, finds Niki May Young.

Charities not biting News of the World ads makes me happy

While there are definite reasons why charities should take up the free News of the World advertising offer, Celina Ribeiro is - for now - pleased that so many have not.

Entries to Cancer Research's Race for Life have been dwindling

Is confessing to the public that your fundraising is facing trouble an example of transparency, or could it make ‘emergency’ fundraising the norm? Rob Dyson suggests charities should be careful of crying wolf.

Why my company likes to partner with charities

Companies get a lot out of partnerships with charities. Davin Yap explains what real benefits his company sees from its CSR

Spot on Lucy, if a charity doesn't have a clear ambition, its absence will infect every fundraising ask they make. And that's daft.

» What would your charity do with a social fundraising windfall?

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Charities face frustrating legal barriers to housing provision following a disaster, being forced to go with the political flow, says Andrew Chaggar. But tensions are high in Haiti, he warns, and time is running out for the 634,000 people still in survivor camps.

The era or the end of the 'Charitocrat'?

As sector transparency grows, increased awareness of the salaries of charity employees has sparked debate and outrage amongst members of the public. But is this the beginning or the end of the 'Charitocrat', wonders Niki May Young.

I could give at least three times more to charity than I do

The British public can all give a lot more to charity, so why aren’t charities asking for it, wonders Celina Ribeiro.

My inspiration - May Fraser "Granny", who passed away in 2007

One of Niki May Young's great regrets is not taking more time with her Grandma, who lived downstairs, while she was alive. That's why she is so heartened by Jewish Care's new film series Pearls of Wisdom.

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