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Remember a charity

Cheryl Campsie explains how a charity consortium plans to drum up legal support for a new legacy campaign

8 November 2002

Although almost 70 per cent of the general public regularly give money to charity during their lifetime, just over four per cent leave a charitable donation in their will (A lot of give, Trends in charitable giving for the 21st Century – CAFF, NCVO). During October the largest ever charity consortium launched the £2m Remember A Charity campaign to bridge the gap. Legacies Remember A Charity aims to raise public awareness of charity legacies backed by the largest ever charity consortium with more than 80 members. The campaign hopes to work with all professionals involved in will-making, from the legal sector to independent financial advisers and accountants, to increase the number and value of legacies to all good causes. A survey of solicitors in Britain about will making and charitable giving (Kadence Research of 200 solicitors across England, Scotland and Wales during August 2002) demonstrates that by working together professional advisers both want to and ha...

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