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Our vision is to raise funds in order to safeguard the long-term sustainability of Bishops and to ensure that through its initiatives, that Bishops continues to be recognised as a leading school for boys. Our objectives are threefold:

•to provide capital to build world class facilities
•to provide bursaries and scholarships for skilled individuals who would otherwise not be able to afford the opportunity
•to increase annual donations for The General Endowment Fund which would provide the school with a predictable source of additional revenue as well as with long term financial stability.

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We warmly welcome ODs to join us in preserving Bishops history and assisting us in shaping leaders for a transforming society.


Total target: R175,000,000.00

fundraising news

The Bishops Trust - Shaping Leaders for a Transforming Society

SHAPING LEADERS FOR A TRANSFORMING SOCIETY   Every boy can be a leader.  Every boy can change his world and make a positive impact on society.  This is what drives our mission and purpose: To inspire individuals and shape boys who will go out and use what they have learned here, in a world that desperately requires the skills strength and values taught at Bishops.     The ever-increasing tuition fees play a contributing role in excluding many talented individuals from accessing Bishops.  The Hamilton Mvelase Bursary Fund offers a Bishops education to talented boys…

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Russell Adams Scholarship Launch

After last night’s launch of the Russell Adams Scholarship, the word on everyone’s lips is “inspiring”.   Russell Adams inspired the guests with a heartfelt and emotional story of where his life began, where he is today and how other boys from disadvantaged communities must be given the opportunity for embark upon the same journey.    Russell spoke about his early years at Heathfield Primary School, as a passionate and aspiring cricketer in a country divided by apartheid with a father, Clifford, who worked round the clock to ensure that his family had every opportunity. …

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