About This Conference
20th June 2023 | 09:30 - 17:00
We are proud to be sponsoring the Legacy Strategy Summit 2023. This summit brings together a talented and diverse community of experienced legacy fundraising professionals and their colleagues from UK and International charities, alongside industry experts.
With content specifically researched to provide learning, debate, and insight for all delegates, regardless of charity size or legacy income total, the virtual summit day provides attendees with valuable, first-hand insight into the latest trends in legacy giving and the latest news on legacy fundraising.
This year’s themes will focus on putting your donor journey at the centre of your legacy strategy with key topics helping you to drive forward your approach.
Please note that registrations will be made via the LSS website.
Key Topics Covered
Why legacy teams should be wary of copy-cat campaigns
Harnessing new website engagement techniques & digital stewardship to Improve results and increase interactions
Effectively utilising the connection between donor identity and legacy giving and becoming more than just a campaign
Who Should Attend
Relevant to all levels of charity and legacy professionals: With sessions for all levels of the team and all sizes of charity – from those new to legacy fundraising, experienced legacy team members looking for inspiration and insight, and senior leaders and board members wanting more insight into the income and donor engagement opportunities that can be created from legacy fundraising, the summit is designed to appeal to all charities across the legacy sector.
How We Can Help
Leaving money to charity in your will can ensure your chosen charity beneficiaries reap the rewards of your hard work, while you benefit from the financial incentives too. We can advise you on the best way to structure and approach your charitable affairs.
Our Latest Charities Updates
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Timescales for applying for the Grant of Representation
Considering recent changes in charity law – permanent endowment, charity land and names