QLD - Include a Charity Week Seminar & Workshop
QLD - Include a Charity Week
Monday 9 September
Mater Hospital
Corbett Room 1 & 2, Whitty Building
Raymond Terrace
South Brisbane, QLD 4101

Breakfast event (8.00am - 9.15am)
  • Free for current IAC Supporters & FIA Members 
    Both IAC & FIA members must ensure their membership is renewed for FY2019/20 before attending the event
  • $45 for non-members

Join us as we launch the first ever Australian Legacy Foresights report commissioned by Include a Charity and supported by More Strategic.

This project was developed to analyse recent trends in Australian gifts in Wills giving and explore the long-term outlook for the Australian gifts in Wills sector overall.

This work builds on Legacy Foresight’s long experience in the UK, and more recently the Netherlands, together with a solid assessment of Australia’s own unique market trends and drivers. The findings of this project will help drive strategies and stimulate debate in the Australian charity sector.

Join us for breakfast to hear a summary of the results and how this research will help you develop a case for support around investment into your gifts in Wills program.

Workshop (9.30am - 12.00pm)
  • Open to current IAC Supporter Charities only
    - Members must ensure their membership is renewed for FY2019/20 before attending the event

Attend this one-off opportunity to get a deeper understanding into the Australian Legacy Foresights report plus learn more about the various research projects that Meg has undertaken over the past few years – covering baby boomers, the invisible gifts and in memorial donors – and how they can be used in the context of the Australian market – and what that means for our gifts in Wills programs.

This workshop will be interactive and providing practical strategies that you can take back to your organisation and implement.


Meg Abdy
Legacy Foresight

Meg has been analysing the legacy market since 1994 when she coordinated the first legacy forecasting project, now known as Legacy Monitor.

Today she is responsible for program management and business development at Legacy Foresight, with particular interests in donor research, in-memory giving and international markets.

Meg regularly speaks at charity conferences, and her views on the future of the sector are frequently featured in the third-sector press. She has a BA in Social Studies from the University of Manchester and an MBA from the London Business School.
These days, Meg lives on the edge of the North Yorkshire Moors, where she and her husband run a three-acre smallholding, including six sheep, 20 hens and a very busy cockerel!

This event is proudly sponsored by
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Please contact includeacharity@fia.org.au if you are having any issues or if you have any questions.