Today we were honoured to receive the wonderful donation of £20,000 from The Aloysian Association.
Raised at a recent Ladies Lunch event, we are very thankful that this spectacular amount of money was donated despite the pandemic.
The funds will be divided between 4 college initiatives - our bursary fund, Green Spaces for Green Blazers, The Lourdes Fun, and Children's Fund. Money was also raised to support the amazing work of The Wayside Club which helps meet the needs of the homeless, and those suffering from hardship and addiction to alcohol or gambling.
Dr. Martina Rodie, who is a former student of the College, visited today to share the good work of the Aloysian Association with us. These funds will help us to continually improve to help and support the lives of young people.
Caroline Notman, Director of Development & Alumni Relations added: “We are delighted to receive this generous donation towards Bursaries from The Aloysian Association, which will help to transform the life of a talented pupil.”
To discover more about Bursaries at the College, please visit: The Opportunity Fund
Pictured - Left to right: Ross McLean (Green Spaces for Green Blazers), Caroline Notman (Director of Development & Alumni Relations), Dr. Martina Rodie (The Aloysian Association), Matthew D. Bartlett (Headmaster), Daryl Meechan (The Children's Fund).