Legacies income increases year-on-year for fourth consecutive quarter
The Q2, 2018 report of the Quarterly Fundraising Monitor found that income from Legacies doubled when compared to Q2, 2017. This is the fourth consecutive report to note a significant increase in legacies.
- Social Services experienced an increase of 21%
- Health experienced a 21% decrease year-on-year
- International experienced a fundraising income increase of 1%
- Arts, Culture, Media fundraising increased by 1%
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