The future of charitable giving is likely to see greater involvement between donor and recipient in how the money is spent.
This was the conclusion of Nicholas R. Morgan, a legacy & trust specialist, who gave a presentation to small charities and people interested in bequeathing money to charity.
Sponsored by the NAWF, it was held at the beautiful Penpont House, Brecon, on Thursday 17 May and attended by over fifty people who also enjoyed a drinks reception accompanied by a harpist Anna Phillips.
In Nicholas Morgan’s experience, people are increasingly concerned about charitable giving when they do not know how the money will be spent. They are much happier when able to develop a relationship with the charity, understanding its goals and choosing specific projects to fund. And he said that, in his experience, when this happened the amount donated usually increased.
The evening was introduced by event organiser Jonathan Morgan, brother of Nicholas Morgan who welcomed Brecon’s new mayor, Manny Trailor, on his first official engagement. NAWF Vice President, Jon Roper, spoke about the work of the NAWF and thanked Nicholas Morgan for his informative talk.
Pictured: Catrin Brace, Anna Phillips, Joanna Masters, Jonathan Morgan, Manny Trailor
and Jon Roper.
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