To acknowledge and thank donors who kindly give regularly to St Mary’s College, helping us build a lasting legacy and provide the best possible supportive environment for our students, we have created the 1899 Club.
Named after the year in which St Mary’s College was first established, the 1899 Club awards its members a number of benefits to thank them for their generous support.
Like any donation, the direction of your regular gift can be specified on our donation form (e.g. Student Financial Hardship, Student Awards, etc.). Or if you leave this blank your gift will be allocated based on the needs in College. We hope the small benefits awarded to 1899 Club members demonstrate how much their kind financial support is appreciated throughout St Mary's College.
There are three tiers of support; Steward, Patron, and Supporter. Each of which offer different levels of benefits to donors. Please see below for the benefits you will receive for your donation to St Mary’s College.
To qualify for the benefits offered within your chosen tier (Supporter, Patron, or Steward) simply complete your chosen donation form. Once you have done this and we have received confirmation, we will send you an 1899 Club information pack to welcome you to the scheme, outlining the benefits you are entitled to.
To say thank you to donors who regularly give St Mary's College £18.99 per year, we offer the following benefits:
To say thank you to donors who regularly give St Mary's College £18.99 per quarter, we offer the Supporter benefits (above) as well as:
To thank donors who regularly give St Mary's College £18.99 per month, we offer the Supporter benefits (above) as well as:
Important information: When completing your donation form, once you get to the question asking "Where would you like to allocate your donation?" please choose and type in one of the recommended donation funds (listed below). By doing so, we will be able to spend the money you donate as effectively as possible and the way you wish within College.
Recommended donation allocations: