Our endowment funds are dedicated, ring-fenced, sources of long-term funding, made up of donations, that supports the mission and work of St Stithians College and the Thandulwazi Maths and Science Academy.
Each year, a portion of the endowment is paid out as an annual distribution to fund the College and Academy’s work. Any interest earned in excess of this annual distribution is kept in the endowment investment fund so that it can
grow and support the rising generation.
St Stithians College exists because of the endowment left by Albert Collins and William Mounstephens through their bequest.
The aim of the endowment fund for St Stithians College is that it will bridge the gap between the annual revenue that is brought in through the five on-site schools’ admission fees and the critical costs associated with delivering
the College’s Statement of Purpose, and growing the fund to ultimately lessen the financial burden of an excellent education to Saints Families.
The aim of the Thandulwazi Endowment Fund is to bridge the gap between the annual donation revenue that is received from individuals, private trusts and corporate social responsibility grants, and the long-term sustainability of
providing the four educational upliftment programmes to impact even more direct Learner, Teacher and Student-Teacher beneficiaries.