We’re looking ahead to St George’s 150th Anniversary in 2019 and are inviting you to help us celebrate!
These 150 years are a major achievement, possible only through the generations of support given by our Georgian Community. We’ve come a long way since 1869 and we’re proud of our progress over the years, so there is much to celebrate.
Looking to our future, we plan to mark this special anniversary with an exciting new architectural development for the College. It’s a development that will transform our current activity facilities and leave a lasting legacy.
'Development is not a synonym for Fundraising' it is a process of creating and enhancing relationships with supporters, it builds their interest in our mission, develops a passion in them for our mission and a commitment to the school's future, encouraging them to make a gift without having to ask and maintaining the relationship so that they will continue to give, in whichever manner that may be. Fundraising is a component of the Development process....
Re-uniting the Georgian Family with each other and the School in order to strengthen our community and enhance the educational provision for the future through charitable giving....
Caroline joined St George's in November 1998, originally as Marketing and Development Manager before setting up the Development Office in 2003 as Director of Development. She has also had the responsibility for Marketing and Admissions and was Deputy Bursar and Acting Bursar.
Caroline is herself an Old Georgian having left St George's Sixth Form in 1989. As well as overseeing the work of the Development Team, Caroline focuses on major donors and Development Strategy and delivery. She sits on the Development Committee, Business Management Team attends College SLT and is on the OGA Committee.
Janice joined the team in August 2016 as the new Development Manager and has brought with her a sound knowledge of both the Junior School and College and its ethos as a parent for twelve years. Janice’s experience and qualifications in Brands, Relationship Marketing and Procurement whilst part of the management team at British Airways will complement this role. Her fundraising experience as a volunteer for many years whilst on the Parents Association will enhance the campaigns that the department has planned for the future as part of Grow, as well as with Capital Appeals (building & facilities) including the forthcoming Activity Centre.
Janice also manages the day to day work of the team to ensure all deadlines are reached and sits on the SGW Strategic Plan Consultation Committee.
Melanie joined the College in 2010 working in the Tennis Centre and then as an Administration Assistant. Melanie is responsible for the Reunite programme and all the communications involved in engaging with the Georgain Family.
This includes reunion events, the careers programme, the RU Magazine, website and social media. Melanie is on maternity leave until 2017 - Patrick Kenney is covering her role.
Oliver started in the team in April 2016. Oliver works mainly on fundraising activities, including events, marketing and in particular managing the database of 12,000 contacts. Oliver is also responsible for administering donations and looking after the stewardship programme as well as office administration.
He is also responsible for the fundraising website and updating digital communication streams.
Patrick is an OG Class of 2013 and joined the team in November 2016. Having Graduated in the summer of 2017 Patrick is hoping that this placement will develop his professional skills and gain him valuable experience. Patrick has the advantage of knowledge about the College and Georgian Ethos, he is a past and current volunteer on the Annual Lourdes trip and brings with him fond memories of St George's which all help within his role.
Call us on 01932 839352 or email Giving@stgeorgesweybridge.com
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Development Office, St George's College, Weybridge Road Addlestone, Surrey KT15 2QS
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