Treverton Development Fund
TREVERTON DEVELOPMENT FUND
At Treverton Schools we are aware that communities around us are struggling with socioeconomic hardships. We are also aware of many talented young South Africans, who as a result of their financial circumstances, are unable to fulfil their full potential.
Treverton is a unique and special educational institution, where the bonds between the members of the Treverton Community are both enduring and have life-long importance.
Treverton Founders envisioned Trevertons strong Christian ethos and respected status as a pillar of learning, as a beacon of hope for the enrichment of new generations.
This is a sentiment shared by many Old Trevertonians and Parents, who have provided funding and resources to grow and develop the schools successful operation.
The reward of giving speaks for itself in the gratitude of those learners whose lives your donation enriches.
The question many ask, is why give? Different people give for different reasons. Some give because they have benefitted from an education at Treverton, and hope they can offer a similar opportunity to a deserving learner whose circumstances haven't been as fortunate. Other Old Trevertonians give out of a sense of gratitude for the start in life that this magnificent institution has given them.
Those donors who are more interested in an individual learner rather than the school as an institution, can direct their funds in a more personalised fashion, to the point where they may enjoy one-on-one correspondence with a particular student whose path through schooling they are paving.
Donations can be specified for allocations in the following areas:
- Bursaries of a general nature.
- Academic bursaries, designed to benefit academically gifted applicants.
- Cultural bursaries for learners who have displayed a particular talent in the fields of Art, Drama or Music.
- Sport bursaries for learners who have shown their colours on the sports field. Treverton offers excellent sporting facilities and equipment, and immaculately maintained sports fields, pools, an astroturf and equestrian centre have seen the growth and development of many a young sportsman and woman.
- Old Trevertonian bursaries can assist sons and daughters, grandsons and granddaughters of Old Trevertonians who do not have the means to continue their ties to Treverton.
- Compassionate bursaries for the assistance of current learners at Treverton whose families have unexpectedly been placed in a situation of financial difficulty.
- Post Matric bursaries to assist those who would benefit from participating in our dynamic Post Matric course but may not have the financial means to do so.
- Capital Development for those who would like to contribute to the Capital Development of Treverton Schools
- Legacy most people would like to leave an imprint, some lasting, worthy legacy, and a reminder that we existed and cared. Giving through your will is one of the simplest ways of making a planned gift. Making a bequest is straightforward and easily executed with your attorney.
- You can name the Treverton Development Fund as a beneficiary in your will in a number of ways:
- Your gift is made in cash, you can designate an amount for Treverton Development Fund
- You can bequeath a specific asset.
- You can specify a percentage or fraction of your estate through a residuary bequest. The residual amount would only be received after specific sums have been paid to individual beneficiaries.
- You can make a contingent bequest, naming the Treverton Development Fund to receive certain assets, only if a named individual, such as a spouse, doesn't survive you. Gifts of unrestricted funds give the Treverton Development Fund the most flexibility to meet unexpected needs, but you may designate your gift for a specific purpose if you wish.
Specify "Development Fund" and state the allocation.
Treverton Trust Standard Bank, Mooi River
Account Number 060204931
Branch Code - 057825