The world is changing, and so must legacy fundraising communication
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The world is changing, and so must legacy fundraising communication

9 Apr 2014 | Richard Radcliffe

The changing nature of families, increasing pressures on finances and the ageing population are making it harder to forecast legacy income. Richard Radcliffe explains why communicating in the right way with next of kin and executors is vital.

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