Foundation Operations


The Foundation is operated separately from The Scots College and is governed by three Deeds of Trust (Building, Scholarship and Education). The Foundation Board of Management is responsible for all decisions related to the operation of the Foundation including fundraising, investments and allocation of funds to the College. The Board is formed by election from Foundation Members.

Deeds of Trust

Scholarship Trust - to provide a fund for scholarships and bursaries for boys whose presence will add to the richness and diversity of the student body but whose family financial situations would otherwise prevent them from attending the College.

Building Trust - to provide a fund for ongoing capital works projects and acquisitions in support of the College Master Plan and to ensure world-class facilities.

Education Trust - to provide a fund for grants to the College to enhance the educational environment at the College.

Donations to the Foundation's Building Fund and Scholarship Fund are tax deductible.


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Board of Management

The Foundation Board of Management is elected from current Foundation Members. (The Principal and Chairman of Council are ex-officio Board Members.)

a) The Board is responsible for all decisions related to the operation of the Foundation, including

  • Fundraising programs
    (e.g. Annual Giving, Capital Campaigns, Scholarship Campaigns, Bequests, etc.)
  • Investment strategy
  • Allocation of funds to the College

b) The Board is representative of the Scots community with at least two Board members representing each of the following groups:

  • Old Boys
  • Current Prep School parents
  • Current Senior School parents
  • Friends of the College (e.g. past parents, staff, etc)

c) Each Board Member is expected to be a current Foundation member and

  • Represent the Foundation to the community segment they represent (e.g. raising awareness, speaking at meetings etc).
  • Be active in one or more of the fundraising programs of the Foundation.
  • Be elected for a term of three years.
  • Be available for four Board meetings per year (in addition to the AGM).