Key facts and trends in today?s legacy market

Traditionally, the legacy market has been dominated by a few very large, generally long-established charities, and that’s still the case. However, their control is reducing. Back in 2006, the top 10 legacy charities had accounted for a third of all legacy income while they now account for a quarter. 

In fact, it’s the smallest, youngest charities who are seeing the fastest growth. Charities founded after 1970 now account for £1 in every £5 of legacy income – and their combined income is growing at 10 per cent p.a. 

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