Our Annual Journal details all our charitable achievements for the academic year 2012/13.
We are delighted to unveil our new Annual Journal which highlights achievements across all of The Whitgift Foundation’s charitable activities for the academic year 2012/13.
From three months to 103 years old, we are proud to support thousands of people in the local area through our education and care services.
The academic year 2012/13 was our busiest yet with the opening of the new Carers Support Centre in central Croydon and boarding house at Whitgift School; the first ever Croydon Heritage Festival and one of our care homes, Whitgift House, was awarded the highest Gold Standard Award for its care of older people, to name a few success stories.
Our schools, Whitgift, Trinity and Old Palace, also achieved another year of academic and co-curricular success with exceptional drama and music events; county and national sporting achievements and significant work undertaken in the local community.
We’re also proud to help more than 40% of our pupils with schools fees equating to in excess of £5 million a year. This is one of the largest school fee support schemes in the UK!
We hope this new publication will give you a better understanding of our work so that we can reach out further to those who may be able to benefit from the services we offer.