Death And Dying – What Not to Say

Drawing on my experience as a fundraiser, but also a funeral celebrant, I’ll share all the mistakes I’ve made (as well as those I’ve seen) when working with families who are grieving or preparing their legacy.

Learning outcomes:

Participants will feel more comfortable talking about death and dying, working with families who have left a gift to their organisation and making their organisation more comfortable talking about legacies.

Who should attend:

The session is for those who are implementing the legacy scheme and especially those who think there will be some resistance from other members of staff and boards. It will also be relevant for people wanting to strengthen their legacy schemes and make them more personal.

Fundraising from the few Getting your message across
Location: Date: 15 October 2021 Time: - Gemma Rooke
Gemma Rooke (GB)