Mullins House Centenary Giving Options

Mullins House Centenary Giving Options

Donor RecognitionYour opportunity to leave your mark at Mullins House 

In recognition of a pledge of R24 000 or more to either the Mullins House Enhancements Project or the Mullins House Centenary Bursary Fund, you have the opportunity to secure a customised plaque which will be installed on the west-facing wall of Mullins House along with a centenary stone commemorating this significant milestone.

We have made it extremely easy for you to secure your customised plaque via our online giving facility, through which you can specify the total of your pledge and your preferred payment plan.    

Examples of payment plans are as follows:You can also define a payment plan to suit your specific needs

Design your own plaque

Once you have made a commitment of R24 000 or more to either the Mullins House Enhancements project or the Mullins House Centenary Bursary Fund, please confirm the words you would like displayed on your customised plaque in the follow-up email which you will receive from us.  

Examples of the wording on the plaques are:

Recognition for significant gifts

We are delighted to be able to offer a range of exciting options for our donors in recognition of significant gifts. Please contact Angie Marriner who would be delighted to chat to you about these various options.

All donations will be acknowledged in the 2021 Donor Report.

In addition, significant donations will be eligible for inclusion on the All Time Donor Board (new or existing entries). 


Our school history is full of examples of gifts made with heartfelt generosity for St Andrew’s College. We feel honoured to be part of such a caring and loyal community.

There are several ways that you can give to St Andrew’s College.  The Online Giving facility using your Visa/Master card can be found HERE.  

For South African citizens, St Andrew’s College has Section 18A status as a Public Benefit Organisation. Donations are tax deductible in terms of Section 18A (1) (a) of the Income Tax Act No 58 of 1962 as amended. Please consult your tax adviser for assistance with planning your giving.

For citizens from the UK, USA and Canada who would like to make a donation, please click here for information on tax benefits in your country.

Should you require any assistance, please contact the Foundation Office who will assist you in making your donation.