Celebrate and Educate!

King's Worcester 480th Anniversary

As we celebrate our 480th anniversary on 7th December 2021, we would like to ask if you would consider lending your support to an important scheme at King’s?

When Henry VIII re-founded The King’s School on 7th December 1541, his intention was to provide an education for “forty boys, poor and destitute of the help of friends, of native genius and apt to learn”. Donations to the Trust continue this vision, providing life-changing bursaries for local children from disadvantaged or challenging backgrounds.

There are different levels at which to get involved, from £4.80 a month to a one-off donation of £4,800, whatever suits your budget:
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“I don’t think I could possibly overstate the importance of the Bursary Campaign. It was simply transformative. Any gift towards it is an act of profound generosity to a young person’s future”. Year of 2005 Bursary Pupil

THANK YOU so much for your support.

 

All donations will be used to build our fund for bursaries. However, should you wish your donation to be used for other purposes, please contact the Development team on alumni@ksw.org.uk or call us on 01905 721737.

The King’s School Worcester Development Trust is a registered charity, Charity Number: 527530 and Registered Office: 5 College Green, Worcester, WR1 2LL.

The Code of Fundraising Practice can be viewed online.