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New Wills For Old Allison Turner M H A Presentation 091009

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Taking your legacy administration and using it to recruit new legators

Taking your legacy administration and using it to recruit new legators

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  • 1.
    • Legacy and Major Donor Adviser
    Allison Turner
  • 2. New Lamps for Old
  • 3. Or…….. New Wills for Old
  • 4. Introducing Meg and Eileen
  • 5. Megs story……………
    • 1993 Meg wrote her Will and included a gift to MHA.
    • 1998 Meg died and MHA were notified of the legacy.
  • 6. Who was Meg?
    • We had no idea!!!
  • 7. Along comes Eileen to our rescue…………
    • It wasn’t all plain sailing
    • She made demands
    • but….
  • 8. We got to know Meg
    • She had been a Methodist all her life and had sung in the choir at church for many years
    • Had her name on the waiting list for a place in one of our homes
    • Believed in what MHA stood for
    • Had supported MHA anonymously
  • 9. We also got to know Eileen a little
    • She wanted her friends name to be honoured because of the legacy
    • She wanted to try and dictate how the money was spent
    • She started to support MHA by giving to the local home as well as responding to mailings
  • 10. What mailings?
    • A tale of two halves
  • 11. Part 1 Legacy Administration
    • Who we write to:
    • Solicitors
    • Executors
  • 12. The handover……….
    • Nothing is precious!!!
  • 13. Part 2 Legacy Marketing continues………..
    • Initial contact letter informing about a Gift of Thankfulness Service
    • Then nothing for a few months
    • Invitation to Gift of Thankfulness Service
    • Supporter magazine
    • Christmas Appeal
  • 14. Eileen’s response……..
    • Accepted invitation to the service and the
    • first meeting took place
    • Second meeting set up to visit local project
    • Entered into lengthy discussions regarding use of legacy
    • Entered into more discussions
    • regarding use of legacy!!
    • Agrees on use of legacy
  • 15. And…….
    • Invited to special event at project where legacy was used
    • Relationship deepened with each mailing
    • Moved into an MHA care home in 2007
    • Died in 2008
    • Legacy received in 2009
  • 16. What did we know about Eileen?
    • A lot!!!
  • 17. Eileen
    • She was 92 when she died
    • She had supported MHA since Meg died
    • She was fastidious
    • Had two daughters, one in the UK and one in Canada
  • 18. What next?
    • The cycle starts again
    • BUT
    • this time Allison writes
    • first.
  • 19. The personal touch….
    • “ I have known your mother for a number of years and met her on several occasions. Even when she had moved into Ryelands she asked me to continue writing to her and keeping her updated on what was happening throughout MHA. She would also ring me once she had received a letter and go through it in great detail so I always prepared for her call a few days after I knew it would have arrived.
    • I remember the day she rang me to tell me that she had moved into Ryelands. She was so pleased to have been able to do so after having had so much contact with the home over the years. She was so happy there.”
  • 20. The reply….
    • “ Mum spoke of you very warmly on many occasions and she took great interest in your letters. It was so funny to read your comments about her phoning you after your letters arrived to go through things in detail. That was just typical of the way she worked with things that were important to her. My sister and I miss her a lot. As well as mum, she was a best buddy.”
  • 21. New legacies from old?
    • Legacies come from real people not names on a Smee and Ford notification
    • Executors are also real people who are mourning the loss of a loved one
    • How would I like my mum or dad to be treated by MHA?
  • 22. You don’t have to be a genie to do magic
    • You just have to be you
  • 23. “ This invitation is really appreciated and we all feel your response to the legacy is a model of good practice.” Not just a one off….

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