St Paul’s is built on a history of philanthropy. Since John Colet founded the school in 1509 with his original endowment, philanthropy has supported St Paul’s for generations.
Earlier campaigns raised the funds to move to Barnes in 1968, the Pilkington Campaign in 1989 raised funds for a new technology and art block and the enclosure of the atrium, and the £114m raised during the Renewal Campaign saw the latest capital developments ensuring that we offer the very best facilities to our pupils.
We are committed to returning to Colet’s original vision of educating boys “from all nacions and countres indifferently”, regardless of race, creed or social background and would welcome your support for our Widening Access Campaign.
If you wish to support St Paul’s School, please click on the images above for more details of our campaigns and ways of giving or contact Ellie Sleeman on firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also read our Community & Philanthropy Report here.