Introducing the Monmouth Schools’ Charitable Trust
Established to coincide with the 400th Anniversary of Monmouth School, the Trust will enhance and substantially support means-tested places and capital improvements over and above the income received from the endowment (the William Jones’s Schools Foundation). Chaired by Old Monmothian and current governer, David Hitchcock, the trustees of the newly formed charity are largely made up of former pupils who have been successful in law, business and academia.
The Charitable Trust has been formed to cover all the schools in the Monmouth group but initially its focus will be on Monmouth School and will give a clear message to all constituent groups (Old Monmothians, current and former parents, current and former staff and current and former Governors) that a new chapter in the history of the School has begun.
Fundraising efforts will initially be focused ‘FUND 400 – the Bursary Fund for Monmouth School’ and the launch of the ‘1614 Society’ – the legacy society for Monmouth School. The opportunity to celebrate 400 years of learning at Monmouth School encourages us all to reflect on the past and look forward to the future.
Whilst around 200 boys in the School currently receive means-tested financial assistance this number will steadily decrease over the next few years as Monmouth School also tries to update and improve teaching and learning facilities.
If you would like further information about FUND 400, the 1614 Legacy Society, the Monmouth Schools’ Charitable Trust or have any questions regarding fundraising at Monmouth School please contact the Development Director, Mrs Clare Anning at email@example.com.
Download the FUND 400 Leaflet (PDF – 706Kb)
Download the FUND 400 Donation Form (PDF – 255Kb)