St Stithians Endowment Fund
Giving to St Stithians
As St Stithians embraces the future, enhancing its educational programmes and facilities, the College invites donations of skill, contacts, expertise and money. Interested donors and sponsors are requested to be in touch with the Rector, the Council Chair, the Old Stithian Association Chair, the Advancement Director, the Heads of School or the Campus Directors.
The College is a registered Public Benefit Organisation and Non-Profit Organisation. Donors can claim tax benefits in their annual returns. The Advancement Office provides donor administration and maintains relationships with donors.
The St Stithians Endowment Fund
The Saints Endowment Fund, established in 2010, creates a long-term capital growth Fund for St Stithians, under the care of professional fund managers. Oversight is in the hands of the Endowment Fund Investment Committee. The Fund generates revenue for projects associated with the College’s strategic priorities. Please see below the range of current projects:
The Rowing Golden Jubilee
Developing a Premier National Squash Complex at St Stithians College
St Stithians Boys' Prep Legacy Tree Project
2018 is the year of St Stithians College's 65th birthday celebrations. In honouring the commitment and contribution of past and present staff, students and parents, our PTA invites you to celebrate this wonderful milestone by purchasing a leaf on our legacy tree. This legacy tree allows the Boys' Preparatory to celebrate visually all of those who have contributed to our rich history. The project is being used to fund renovations to the Boys' Prep reception area, the refurbishment of the Student Learning Centre and the enhancement of the Boys' Prep School Grounds.
For full details, please click here to download the Legacy Tree brochure. Should you wish to be part of this legacy initiative, please download the brochure and fill in the return slip indicating your payment option as well as the words that you would like engraved on your legacy leaf. Please e-mail to NSchimansky@stithian.com
Both the Boys' Sports Pavilion and the Girls' Sports Pavilion have been built and have added hugely to the enhancement of our sporting facilities and the experiences they offer, providing much-needed changing rooms, sports offices and viewing spaces for spectators. Funding for the pavilions was provided by a partnership between the school and donors. Naming rights of both of these Pavilions are still available.
One & All Club Sports Pavilion
It is planned to convert the current One & All Conference Room into a Sports Pavilion, overlooking the Wayne Joubert Field, with the skyline of Sandton City in the background. The new One & All Sports Pavilion will provide improved changing rooms and a viewing deck.
Thandulwazi Maths & Science Academy
St Stithians College provides the facilities for, and administration of, the Academy’s programmes. The operating costs of the Academy are generously funded by corporate and private donors. The growth of the Academy’s activities creates the opportunity for increased donor funding. The non-profit and black empowerment credentials of the Thandulwazi Trust enable tax savings and the accumulation of BEE points.
To donate to the Thandulwazi Maths & Science Academy, click here.
Saints Endowment Fund
The Saints Endowment Fund, established in 2010, creates a long-term capital growth Fund for St Stithians, under the care of professional fund managers. Oversight is in the hands of the Endowment Fund Investment Committee. The Fund generates revenue for projects associated with the College’s strategic priorities.
St Stithians Scholarships and Financial Assistance
The College seeks to build up its Scholarships and Financial Assistance Fund, so as to attract talented and deserving students. Currently, the bulk of scholarships and financial assistance are provided from annual allocations, and the intention is to build up a scholarships capital fund as a subset of the Endowment Fund.
The Council Scholarship Fund
Donors who wish their donation to be deployed by the Chair of Council for a worthy scholarship recipient, chosen at the College's discretion.