An overview of our funds
The Foundation currently comprises of individual funds, all of which receive gifts and make grants and can vary from time to time according to need. These funds are outlined below to provide a complete overview of the emphasis and purpose of the Foundation's work.
- Scholarships & Bursaries Immediate Use Fund - to enable the College to give 20% of boys coming to Radley the financial help they need.
- Armed Forces Fund - supporting the education of sons and daughters of Forces Personnel killed or wounded while serving their country.
- The Richard Morgan Award - an 'immediate use' fund to widen entry and fund talented boys whose families could not otherwise afford the fees.
- The Hugo Rutland Fund - help for current Radley parents facing unforseen crisis and financial difficulty.
- Greater China Scholarship Fund - a means-tested award for boys from Mainland China and Hong Kong to attend Radley for five years.
- Scholarships & Bursaries Endowment Fund - we hope to build an Endowment Fund of sufficient size to enable us to continue to support the need for financial assistance of the longer term.
- The Silk Fund - a capital fund to widen entry and fund talented boys whose families could not otherwise afford the fees.
- Trustees' discretion - This fund enables the Trustees to make the decision where donations should go according to the current and future needs of the school.
- The Chapel Fund - the Chapel is central to the life of College. Support from Radley's wider community helps us to improve the beauty of the building, the quality and sound of the organ and the comfort of the worshippers.
- Endowment Fund - a long term home for legacies and capital gifts: The ambition of the Trustees is to build up The Endowment Fund as a 'war chest' for the future, to use the income to benefit the College.
- Global Citizenship Fund - providing financial support for the development of greater internationalism at Radley.
- Operation Radley - a new initiative to fund grants for Radleians to reach out to the wider world by assisting in charitable projects.
- Malcolm Robinson Fund - providing awards for Radleians in the Sixth Form to travel to William and Mary College in the USA during the school holidays to study American History.