The St. George's Fund

Every contribution to St. George’s strengthens our ability to thrive in the near term and for generations to come.
Donors can choose to contribute unrestricted gifts to The St. George’s Fund, which is our annual fund, raising the educational bar for current students. Or they can designate the uses of their gifts to meet specific needs of the school and their own philanthropic goals.

The IMPACT of Your Gift

Your gift to the St. George’s Fund directly and immediately impacts the people and programs that make St. George’s unique among its peers. Collectively, gifts to the St. George’s Fund are powerful — the School would need nearly $50 million in new endowment to generate income commensurate with this year’s $2.95 million goal.

Recognition Societies

St. George’s Society — $100,000

Help St. George’s remain on the leading edge of teaching and learning by supporting the Merck-Horton Center — an innovative partnership with researchers at the Harvard Graduate School of Education, the goal of which is to foster academic success for all types of learners. Or support our new curriculum based on Stanford University’s “design thinking” model.

Shield Society — $50,000

Help support the annual cost of providing universal Internet access for every teacher and student. Or fund a portion of one boarding tuition for a financial aid student.

Lance Society — $25,000

Support our student global internship programs at places like the Curie Institute in Paris and the Instituto de Ciencia de Materiales in Madrid. Or help students to study at one of our partner schools in China, Iceland or Jordan.

Dragon Society — $18,960

Help to fund a family health insurance plan for one year. Or offset the cost of our employee retirement plan.

Head of School’s Society — $10,000

Support St. George’s outstanding education in science and technology by providing the most modern laboratory equipment and other materials.

Hilltop Society — $5,000

Help add 3-D printers to our Fab Lab located in the Drury-Grosvenor Center for the Arts, where today’s students are developing their critical-thinking and problem-solving skills.

Hour Society — $3,481

Help the digital shift on the Hilltop by supporting the annual cost of a schoolwide subscription to ebook databases which gives every student and teacher access to nearly 100,000 book titles.

Founders Society — $1,896

Help to fund a visiting choreographer or scenic painter, digital cameras or hot throw video projectors, even safety gear for welding classes, all of which benefit arts education.

Sachuest Society — $500 (for alumni ’09 -’18)

Help us to publish an issue of the Red & White student newspaper, provide new vestments for acolytes, sticks and balls for our lacrosse teams, or gas grills for cherished student cookouts.

Sakonnet Society — $250 (for alumni ’09 -’18)

Help us to publish an issue of the Red & White student newspaper, provide new vestments for acolytes, sticks and balls for our lacrosse teams, or gas grills for cherished student cookouts.

The St. George's Fund