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Everything Research Can Tell Us About Legacy Giving in 2018
So, Legacy Voice commissioned a major literature review (a world’s first actually), and asked some of the leading academics in fundraising to pull together everything that research can tell us about legacy giving.
The result is an in depth report, compiled from more than 150 papers across fundraising, marketing, sociology, psychology and behavioural economics.
Please note: this particular report can be downloaded directly from Legacy Voice’s website.
Our outstanding fundraising project looks at how and under what circumstances, organisations develop exceptional fundraising. We explore the practices of successful leaders, concluding that what makes leaders exceptional is their ability to think differently from their peers. We explore the thinking processes of some of the sector’s most innovative and successful fundraisers and provide a series of case studies of cutting edge professional practice.
Great Fundraising Events
Growing Philanthropy UK Summit
Growing Philanthropy US Summit
How Boards Can Help Create Sustainable Growth in Schools and H.E. Institutions
Insights into the Future of Philanthropic Innovation: Philanthropic Literacy for Future Leaders
Learning to Say Thank You: The Role of Donor Acknowledgements
How should we be thanking supporters? Should we thank donors for their gift, for the difference they have made or for being the kind of person they are or would like to be?
And should a thank-you be designed differently for donors at different stages in their relationship?
Do certain types of thank-you allow donors to experience higher levels of well being and what does this mean for subsequent behaviour?
Our latest report has the answers.
Major Gift Fundraising: Unlocking the Potential for Smaller Nonprofits
In this report we draw together strands of literature to identify what critical success factors might be in the context of major gift fundraising and in particular, what they might be in smaller organisations reporting an income of $10 million or less.
Measuring donor loyalty: key reasons why Net Promoter Score (NPS) is not the way
for fundraisers working in nonprofit organizations, argued that the measure is fundamentally
flawed and inappropriate for use in this context, and outlined six major critiques of the NPS
approach and offered an alternative way of measuring future loyalty and value.
Risk and Philanthropy
The Science of Legacy Fundraising
What price Fundraising Regulation?
You can download any of the reports listed above by completing a short form.