Our focus for this episode was on ‘Doing Things Differently’. We explored examples of ‘outside-the-box thinking’ in the legacy space, and celebrated some brilliant examples of standout approaches to legacy marketing.
In this episode, our focus was on the Baby Boomer audience. Our speakers shared their expertise and insights into how to reach this audience and tap into their deep-rooted motivations for leaving a legacy gift. We also discussed how best to understand the needs, preferences and behaviours of the Baby Boomer generation, in order to strengthen legacy marketing and stewardship.
In this episode, almost exactly two years since our very first Legacy Roundtable event in 2020, we took the opportunity to reflect on the myriad of changes, challenges and progress over the last two years and what these mean for the future of legacy fundraising. We discussed online will writing, legacy administration and legacy events with particular focus on the transformation we’ve seen as well as looking at what lies ahead.
Vicki O’Hare (RSPB), Harvey Kirk (RSPB) Clare Sweeney (Keepace Consults) and Hannah Saunders (The Kite Factory) along with our hosts Stephen Follows (Catsnake) and Helen Smith (Cancer Research UK) discuss all things Legacy TV adverts
Is everyone on board? How to get everyone on the legacy train. In this episode, our hosts Stephen and Helen speak with our expert guests about building a partnership ethos between legacy teams and those dealing with High-Value givers or Philanthropists.
In this episode, our co-hosts Stephen Follows and Claire Routley speak to our expert guests on the topic of Legacy Marketing. They explore the value of a Legacy Proposition, the nuances between Legacy and In-Memory marketing (and how to navigate this dual role) and also how to use effective measurement to demonstrate the impact of your marketing efforts and how far the dial has shifted towards achieving set goals.
Ali O’Neill (RNLI), Tom Newton (soon to be at Shelter), Rob Cope (Remember a Charity) and Helen Smith (Cancer Research UK) explore tips and strategies for unlocking and normalising legacy conversations across your organisation, with your supporters and with wider external stakeholders.
Jenny Kronbergs (UNICEF UK), Helen Smith (Cancer Research UK), Richard Hill (Legacy Foresight) and Alexis Fairclough (Bequeathed) discuss strategies for turning warm supporters of your charity into Legacy supporters.
Helen Smith and Jon Collins (Cancer Research UK), Katie May and Melanie Day (The Brain Tumour Charity), Ben Eden-Davies (St Mungo’s) and Ben Garner (Charity People) discuss creating realistic KPIs and look at strategies they have employed to demonstrate success and progression.
Helen Smith (Cancer Research), Claire Routley (Legacy Fundraising consultant), Beth Thompson (Macmillan Cancer Support), Michelle Adelman and Jess Hood (Battersea Dogs & Cats Home) discuss the all-important topic of Stewardship.