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Philanthropy Report 2015 Giving at St Andrew’s College: Philanthropy, Volunteering and Community.

From the St Andrew’s College Foundation The St Andrew’s College Foundation is responsible for overseeing the management and prudent investment of funds, which support all educational objectives of an independent St Andrew’s College for current and future generations. Through years of donor contributions to the St Andrew’s College Foundation and through careful investment of those funds, the Foundation is now an important part of the financial security of our College. There are many people who are dedicated to maintaining that financial security and one who deserves a mention is Mark Stewart. Mark retired from his roles as Foundation Chairperson and Step Into Our Future campaign Chairperson in September 2015. We acknowledge his outstanding service and stewardship of the Foundation. His commitment to the Foundation has epitomised how we celebrate a history of success and work towards a future of opportunities. Of course, without the generous gifts and donations that have flowed from individuals, families and businesses connected to St Andrew’s College, the Foundation and the separate prudential role that its trustees fulfil, would not be needed. To all of you who have supported the cause by giving funds to the Foundation, thank you. In the next few weeks a new and permanent Chairperson of the Foundation will be appointed. The trustees look forward to continuing to work together to ensure the long term viability of St Andrew’s College and to assisting the Board of Governors to achieve the College’s educational objectives.

Richard Smith Acting Chairman, St Andrew’s College Foundation

A culture of giving back From the Director of Development We are now heading into an incredibly exciting time in the history of St Andrew’s College as we approach our Centenary celebrations and also move into the final phase of our Step Into Our Future fundraising campaign.

We are grateful for another year of generosity it from f our school h l community, with donations up to $1.9 million raised in 2015 for our Step Into Our Future fundraising campaign to support the growth of the College Foundation, the building of the new Chapel and stage 2 of the Sports and Cultural Centre.

2015 was a year of action, with the new Gymnasium completed and the Centennial Chapel well underway and on schedule for opening in 2016. Excitement is building as campus enhancements become reality and our current students reap the benefits of an education with top class facilities.

We thank you for your commitment to St Andrew’s College and look forward to working with you as we enter our centennial celebrations.

With so much to celebrate, it is timely that the 2015 Philanthropy Report gives us the opportunity to thank and acknowledge some of the people from across St Andrew’s College who are giving back to our community and demonstrating the strong culture of philanthropy that exists here.

Clare Wilkinson Director of Development

Step into our future Our fundraising campaign

Step Into Our Future The Step Into Our Future fundraising campaign (2013–2017) aims to raise $10 million for the College’s new Chapel, Sports and Cultural Centre and St Andrew’s College Foundation. Thanks to the generosity of our community we have raised $5 million towards our goal, so far. Many of the community groups featured in this report have contributed to the STEP campaign through their fundraising. g

Centennial Chapel Update We have been watching with great interest as the construction of the Centennial Chapel takes place. Although the new Chapel is modern in concept, and designed to cater for the College’s community today, great thought and planning has also gone into incorporating many heritage features salvaged from the original Memorial Chapel, which adds a very special and unique element to this striking building. We look forward to the official opening in September 2016 when we can all walk through the Chapel and admire the new, and for many, recognise the old. Already visible from Normans Road are the 1000 bricks from the Memorial Chapel that have been strategically placed in the memorial wall so they are easily distinguishable from the new bricks. We are very grateful to all who have purchased a brick and in return will be permanently recognised on a plaque in the foyer of the Chapel. We still have bricks available for purchase and welcome you to contact us to secure your place in history.

Year 13 Parents’ Initiative For several years a parent task force has supported the Step Into Our Future fundraising campaign. During Terms 2 and 3 volunteer parents contact all Year 13 families and invite them to make a monetary donation to St Andrew’s in honour of their child’s time at the school. We hugely appreciate the time our volunteers have spent supporting this initiative and thank them for their commitment. Thank you also to the many families who made a donation to St Andrew’s during 2015.

Chris Janett and Year 13 Parents’ Task Force 2015

Scholarships The Endeavour Scholarship Challenge The Endeavour Scholarship is an ongoing scholarship that provides an education at St Andrew’s College for a young student of academic and co-curricular merit with proven financial need. In December 2014 the Endeavour Scholarship Challenge was set by Jay Scanlon (past parent and Board of Governors member) to match dollar for dollar all pledges and gifts made toward the new scholarship between December 2014 and December 2015, up to $100,000. Jay Scanlon and his fellow United States émigré Catherine Boyer (previous Director of Development) had both experienced the matching gift concept in America and talked about how to cement the needs-tested, merit scholarship system at St Andrew’s College. This kind of scholarship already existed with the George Feilding Hight Scholarship, which was introduced in 2012. The name ‘Endeavour’ was Catherine’s initiative based on Captain Cook’s ship and crew, whose adventures represent the bravery required for a student moving to a new school. Jay says, “My intention with the Endeavour Challenge was to encourage our educators to become donors. We wanted to reinforce the culture of excellence through offering scholarships. It was exciting to see generosity from the StAC community with the many smaller donations received matched through this new model. The response from St Andrew’s College teachers has indeed been heart-warming. Their passion for the College and for providing an exceptional education is wonderful.” The result of the challenge was that the full $100,000 was pledged or gifted prior to 31 December 2015, which will now be matched by Jay, bringing the total to $200,000 for the Endeavour Scholarship fund. Jay hopes that the Endeavour Scholarship becomes a key tool for recruiting talented students. He hopes that after this initial kick-off this scholarship will now receive funds from other donors and launch new ‘challenges’ for matching gifts. He would like to see this Endeavour endowment grow and enable several gifted students to have the opportunity to attend St Andrew’s. We thank all who have contributed to the Endeavour Scholarship Challenge for helping us to raise the full $100,000 and we thank Jay Scanlon for his initiative and generosity to match it, giving the Endeavour Scholarship fund a great start and providing students with an amazing opportunity for an education at St Andrew’s College.

Our community and our volunteers This Philanthropy Report thanks and acknowledges members of the St Andrew’s College community who gave to the College in 2015 through monetary donation, gifts-in-kind and volunteering. The following articles demonstrate the commitment of students, volunteers and donors who give back to the College, help others outside of our community and are creating the success of Step Into Our Future.

Community Projects Being generous and helping those in need are fundamental to living out our College’s founding Christian values. In 2015 our College community has continued to give generously to many worthwhile and needy causes. Our community service trips to Cambodia are always a highlight for Year 12 students. Through their efforts over $6000 was raised and gifted to charities we have supported for the past five years. This experience is life changing, as our young people get to see first-hand what impact education, sustained relationships and regular financial contributions make to improve the lives of people who are caught in poverty. The 40 Hour Famine was a highlight again for our school. St Andrew’s College raised $16 $16,392. This was just short of last year’s tar target, however still demonstrates our co community’s generosity in giving to those in ne need. O Our school showed incredible compassion w when they responded so generously to the ccrisis in Vanuatu caused by Cyclone Pam. O Over $10,000 was raised in just a couple o of days. Preparatory School students held a special ‘purple cupcake day’ fundraiser and donations w were also raised through

the sale of Urinetown production tickets and mufti days. The money was sent to Onesua Presbyterian College to help with urgent repairs. Our chapel offerings throughout the year raised a total of $7,320. This went to Big Brothers Big Sisters in Christchurch and Cambodia, Christchurch City Mission, Hagar in Cambodia, Salvation Army, Red Cross Refugee Support Programme and Christian World Service. Our three main mufti days put on by community service leaders, the prefects and the Middle School leaders raised a combined total of $4,280. This money went to Child Cancer, Nepal Red Cross and Prostate Cancer Foundation of New Zealand. At the end of the year an old tradition was reinstated with staff and students bringing presents in to put under the Christmas tree in Strowan House ready to gift to the Christchurch City Mission. A large number of presents were donated, including two children’s bikes. St Andrew’s College have demonstrated in 2015 what it is to be a community marked by generosity. Many thanks to you all.

Paul Morrow Chaplain

Pho Photos: Students selling cup cupcakes to fundraise mo money for Cyclone Pam; pre prefects with the gifts for Cit City Mission for children in need at Christmas; cl clothing collection for Va Vanuatu.

2015 Leavers’ Gift

Pipe Band

Keeping with tradition of the last few years, the Year 13 students who left St Andrew’s College at the end of 2015 presented a special gift. On the cusp of the Centenary launch and the completion of the new Gymnasium, the leavers of 2015 were provided with an opportunity to gift a special feature window in Gym 2. This window, which acknowledges the upcoming Centenary and features our iconic thistle, will be admired by many in years to come and we hope the Year 13 leavers will remember it with pride.

The St Andrew’s College Pipe Band is extremely grateful for the significant financial support it received during 2015. The Band received support from many individuals and organisations towards their trip to Scotland for the World Championships, and trips to other New Zealand contests. The Parents and Supporters Committee once again contributed significantly in fundraising, which enabled students to be subsidised for each trip away. This group was led by Tracy Mathewson. Significant contributions were made by individuals in leading major events for the group including Amanda Fraser (Ceilidh), Gillian Mackay and Jen Duncan (art sale) and James Mackay (wine sales).

Photo: 2015 Heads of College and Rector Christine Leighton with the leavers’ window.

Events Commitee The highlight of the year for St Andrew’s College Events Committee volunteers, who number 60 plus, is the annual Leavers’ Dinner. This was once again a fantastic night. Our volunteers helped to set up tables, decorate Gym 1 on the day, then work tirelessly to help make the dinner a memorable night by serving 500 guests. During the year some of our volunteers give up their time to help with events; others are there when needed for the Boarders’ and Leavers’ Dinners. The Events Committee is a great way to be involved at St Andrew’s College, especially if you have limited time to commit. Our only meeting is the AGM and all contact is by email. If you are interested in joining please contact Clare Wilkinson on

Many individual and corporate donations were made to the Band over the course of the year. The Band would like to especially acknowledge Warner and Patsy Mauger (Maugers Property Division) and CERT Trust. Our Pipe Band enjoy community events such as playing at multiple ANZAC services for RSA clubs around Canterbury and also giving performances at retirement villages throughout the year. There is no doubting that the Band wouldn’t be able to achieve what it does without such fantastic support. Thank you.

Richard Hawke

Sally Dowson

Pipe Band Director


Thank you to Sally Dowson who has led the Events Committee for five years as Convenor. Sally has now resigned from this position after successfully co-ordinating many volunteers to assist with some outstanding events. These events ran smoothly under Sally’s leadership and we thank her for her dedication and many hours of service to the College. Photo: Pipe Band performing at StAC Attack.

Preparatory School The St Andrew’s community spirit starts in the Preparatory School and a big thank you goes to our class parent volunteers. This group of people played a significant role in welcoming new and returning families to the Preparatory School at the start of the year. During the year, the connections continued as the volunteers organised fun events and evenings out. It was a fun way for everyone to get to know each other. Thanks also to the PTA for the generous donation towards robotics during the year. The Preparatory School was able to purchase eight EV3 Mindstorms sets. This enabled many more children to have access to the school’s robotics programme.

Jonathan Bierwirth Preparatory School Principal

The Ladies Circle Old Collegians Association St Andrew’s College enjoys a culture of philanthropy, which is led by the generosity and support of the Old Collegians Association. The affection and loyalty of past students is a testimony to the great education and wonderful experiences that Old Collegians have had as students. The Old Collegians support the school in many different ways, from providing for scholarships and funding through the Association, to contributing and donating as individuals to Step Into Our Future, as well as volunteering and helping at events. An example of this support can be seen in the significant donation pledged by the Association to the building of the new Chapel. Old Collegians provide the school with leadership and guidance, advice and mentoring, professional advice and support.

Nick Letham

The Ladies Circle is a group for women, past and present, with affiliations to St Andrew’s College. They meet on the last Friday of every month, supporting each other through fellowship, listening to guest speakers (both internal and external to St Andrew’s) and implement fundraising and volunteering initiatives. 2015 was a full and interesting year for the Ladies Circle with high attendance and some fascinating speakers. A successful fundraising luncheon was held in June with funds going to the new Chapel, and a Christmas luncheon was held in November with a high attendance of 55 ladies.

Old Collegians Association President

Ngaire Power President

PTA The PTA enjoys supporting the school – both with fundraising and StAC community events, such as open days, wine and cheese night at the Preparatory School and helping out at senior formals. The PTA’s main source of income is the Second-hand Uniform Shop, which is operated by parent volunteers, to whom we are very grateful. Profits are always put back into the school to benefit all students. In 2015 after running a successful fundraising evening, Style at StAC, the PTA donated $17,500 towards equipment for the new Fitness Centre. Another $5000 was donated to the Preparatory School for purchasing robotics equipment. The latest purchase the PTA has made is a mobile eftpos machine for the Second-hand Uniform Shop, which is already proving its value and convenience for St Andrew’s parents. To show our support to wider StAC community groups, the PTA is making this eftpos machine available to other College fundraising groups and events. If you are interested in joining the PTA, volunteering in the Second-hand Uniform Shop or enquiring about the eftpos machine, please email

Anastassia McIntyre President

Students partnering to help schools in need Families for Families is a charity that takes donations of $20 and turns them into $80–$150 worth of food, and works with the Salvation Army to distribute them to families in need. Founder of Families for Families and current parent Nicki Dew, set up a charity called Kids Konnect. This charity helps students from Christchurch schools partner up and support those school communities in need. In 2015 St Andrew’s College was proud to be a part of this initiative. Alongside Akaroa High School, we partnered with Aranui Primary School. Year 9 students from StAC and Akaroa High School gathered resources and raised money for families at the school as part of their community service programmes. Students collectively raised $7000 for the school, which went towards student camps, Chromebooks and a mini-van. There was also a focus on donating unwanted sports gear to the school and a large amount of sports equipment has been donated along with sports mats and gear from the St Andrew’s College Fitness Centre. Students from St Andrew’s and Akaroa High School travelled to Aranui Primary School to meet the children they had raised support and funds for. Students were welcomed with a Haka Powhiri; they then learnt about the process involved in cooking an umu and a hangi and joined together for lunch. They were entertained by a Pasifika performance and Year 9 members of the Pipe Band put on a display in return. Students enjoyed this great opportunity to connect. The goal for Kids Konnect is for all high schools in Christchurch to partner with schools in need across the district. The programme has been a tremendous success and Nikki hopes it will continue to gain momentum.

Style at StAC Style at StAC is a biennial fundraising event run in conjunction with the StAC PTA. This fun-filled evening showcases local fashion modelled by two students from each year group and four teacher models, whose identity is kept under wraps until the event. In 2015, two Old Collegians, Kelsey Smart from Zip Me Up and Jordan Barron, an international fashion model, shared their experiences in the fashion industry. The evening was emceed and masterminded by Stephanie Rumble, a current StAC parent

Thanks to our sponsors:

and fashion stylist (Bright Red Styling). It was a very successful collaboration and a great night for all those who attended. The success of the evening was due to the hard working team at the PTA and other parents, many hours of commitment by Stephanie and of course the generosity of the StAC community supporting the event with items generously donated for auction. In 2015 the event raised just over $17,000 for new Fitness Centre equipment.

Cargo Bar


New World South City



Nicola Quinn

Savoire Café & Wine Bar

Columbus & Ware

Hachi Hachi




Cotton On Kids


No. 4

Spice Paragon


Country Road

House of Travel



All About the Girl

Curators House

Infinite Definite



Andrea Biani



Pumpkin Patch


Andrea Moore


Khao-san Road

Riccarton Signs

TG Hairdressing

Ataahua Waipara

Dine Divine

Kidd’s Cakes Bakery

Robin Pierre

The Brewers Arms



Kids Farmers


The Court Theatre

Black Cat Cruises

Fine Foods



The Light Site


Forever New

Mag & Turbo


Weta Workshop

Bright Red Styling

Fresh Choice Merivale

Mod’s Hair

Zip Me Up

Celebrating Co-curricular St Andrew’s College has a large co-curricular programme with more than 50 sports and cultural activities on offer. More than 90% of students participate in the co-curricular programme. While it is fantastic to have all our teaching staff involved, the programme also relies heavily on the support of parents and others from the wider StAC community. The College is very fortunate to have so many volunteers who freely give of their time coaching and managing our students. In addition there have been extremely generous donors and sponsors who have contributed significantly toward the cost of equipment, uniform, food and travel. Thank you to all who have donated to co-curricular activities at St Andrew’s College and are not mentioned in this report. Your support is deeply appreciated.


Rugby and Cricket

The College is very fortunate to be aligned with some excellent businesses that support the College in such a positive way in terms of sponsorship and excellent service. We would like to extend our thanks to Canterbury Apparel Team Wear for their sponsorship support as our official sports uniform supplier. Canterbury Sports Wholesale supply sports equipment to the College and their ongoing support of the College sports programme is much appreciated.

St Andrew’s College cricket is loyally supported by Bayleys (Rosemarie de Jong), with rugby supported by Kooga, Lone Star, No. 4 Bar and Restaurant, Maugers Contracting and FWL Contracting. Our students and staff are very appreciative of all the support we get from our donors’ involvement.

Denley Jones Head of Co-curricular

The Rugby Club is also very grateful for the support they receive from Thistle Club members, which has helped assist in rugby development. We truly value all the support that is generated for us in helping with cricket and rugby at the College. Special thanks to Dougal Cockram of Gary Cockram Hyundai for supplying a brand new Hyundai Veloster 1.6 Turbo at cost. This generous contribution resulted in a very successful fundraiser for rugby. Thanks also to Martin Oxley, Stuart Calder, Brent Francis, Mark Blyth and Andrew Griffiths for co-ordinating the raffle, with 100% of the tickets sold and considerable funds raised.

Mike Johnston Head of Cricket and Rugby

Photo: Winner of the Rugby Club car raffle, Carolyn Cairns with her children and Dougal Cockram.

Hockey We would like to acknowledge the support hockey receives from Sue and Andy Innes from Just Hockey, who donate a considerable amount of time to girls’ hockey and do a wonderful job. We truly value all their support.

Leanne Power Sports Co-ordinator

Rowing The St Andrew’s College rowing team has enjoyed great success over the last season and is rapidly gaining a reputation for being among the best co-educational rowing schools at South Island and national level. The students’ ongoing success would not have been made possible without the dedication and tremendous support of the coaches, managers, committee members, and parents and families. The team has grown significantly in the last season. To cater for this growth the parent committee has successfully fundraised and purchased four new boats in the past season. These include two eights, a four and a pair. A grant application for the new four from NZCT of $20,000 was successfully gained by the rowing committee chairman, Patrick Methven. Patrick was

able to negotiate this by gifting an older St Andrew’s College four to Shirley Boys’ High School in return for the grant money, meaning both schools gained by acquiring a boat. Bayleys Real Estate has generously agreed to be the principal sponsor of the rowing team for the next three years. The rowers would like to thank Bayleys for the jackets and bags and remaining sponsorship funds, which will assist in the purchase of equipment.

Hamish Bell Rowing Co-ordinator

Futsal We would like to acknowledge Hamish Cochrane and Michelle Mace who donated an award for contribution to futsal. We also want to thank Richard Bell who volunteered his time and expertise to coach the Senior A girls’ team last year. Richard is the current Futsal Whites (international men’s) team manager. Ali Emberton also needs a special mention for her time volunteered at the national tournament. We would also like to thank and recognise the financial contributions from the following families: The Hickford Family

The Emberton Family

The Wallace Family

The Justice Family

The Clink Family

The McCann Family

The Neill Family We greatly appreciate your support and assistance, and the input you have into futsal at St Andrew’s College.

Matt Nicoll Futsal Co-ordinator

Tennis In 2015 our national champion mixed tennis team was supported by Plexipave New Zealand (a company that puts the surfaces on tennis courts) and who gave the team some well-used apparel. Wilson supplied the team with balls and strings, which was a huge help over the season. Thank you to Frontrunner Bush Inn, the tennis and team wear specialist we use on a weekly basis. We really appreciate the ongoing support from these companies in our quest to maintain our top position in the co-ed schools tennis.

Hamish Faulls Tennis Co-ordinator

Your gifts to St Andrew’s College Step Into Our Future Campaign 2015 In 2015 the total gifts made to St Andrew’s College Step Into Our Future fundraising campaign, totalled $1.9 million.

How did you give in 2015? 2 4 5 7 3 6

The majority of your gifts were directed towards the new Chapel and the St Andrew’s College Foundation.

1 Step Into Our Future

2 Step Brick Box



The College is also thankful for the additional gifts and generosity directed towards the College’s many co-curricular activities in 2015 (not included in these graphs) and acknowledges all gifts and sponsorship supporting St Andrew’s College.

3 P100 4 Annual Giving 5 Year 13 Parents’ Initiative

6 Bequests 7 Cookbook Sales

Where did you direct your gifts in 2015? 8 1 Chapel


2 Sports and Cultural



3 Rector’s Discretion


4 Gym Scoreboard


5 Scholarships

4 3 2

6 College 7 Foundation 8 Strowan

Philanthropy - the spirit of generosity at St Andrew’s College Stepp into our future Our fundraising campaign

Andrew & Sue Bascand

William L Davidson

Bates Family Thomas and Edward Batt

Miss Elizabeth JZ Davies & Mr Stephen J Collins

Ms Donna Baynes

Don & Paul Davison

Mr Alan & Mrs Margaret* Beanland

Mr Bernard M Del Rey & Ms Brenda L Watson-Del Rey

Mr Peter & Mrs Pam Beath Mr Grenville A Bell

Step Into Our Future is our fundraising campaign for St Andrew’s College that runs from 2013 to 2017, our Centenary year. Campaign funds are being raised for the Chapel, Sports and Cultural Centre and the St Andrew’s College Foundation to ensure that the College is best placed to meet the next century.

John & Joan Bettle Mr William T & Mrs Linda Bettle Mrs Ruth N Bird Birkett Family Dr Stewart A Bisset Mr Alistair A Black Arthur Black Mr David & Mrs Jean Blackwell Miss Abby C Boyer

Gifts to Step Into Our Future

Mr Mark D & Mrs Keryn L Bragg Mrs Shelley M & Mr Don G Broad

Anonymous (25) Neville Ackroyd* (1938) Mr Christopher J & Mrs Lesley J Adams Mr Bryan N Aitken Mr Murray Allison Mr Roger WK Anderson Mrs Leonie Anderson* Mr Paul C Armour Richard and Elizabeth Ashford The Athlete’s Foot John Baird Mr Reginald H Baker Shorty Barron Ari Barrow Levi Barrow

Mr Martin D & Mrs Nancy Brown Mr Graham J & Mrs Kay Buick FHW & MJ & FRW Burrows Mr Frederick RW Burrows Robin Butt Mr Paul J Cadigan Mr BM & Ms MT Cammock-Elliott Miss Arizona M Candy Carrodus Family Andrew & Katie Caseley Andrew & Ginne Clucas John, Amanda & Harrison Collett Ie Cynthia & Terry Currie Mr Cran & Mrs Christina Dalgety Mr David A* & Mrs Verleen Dalgleish

Note: all cash donations are eligible for the 33% tax credit or rebate. *Deceased

Mr Lance R Dixon Mr Brian Dowling Mr Darren C Drury & Ms Julia M Spark Mr David & Dr Margaret Duckworth Mr O & Mrs C Dugdale Mrs Sarah Eckert AK, JD & SK Ecroyd Fletcher & Lewis Edmond Mr Lindsay R England Mr Colin Evans* (1917) Lewis and Sharon Evans Mr Nigel JG & Mrs Chris M Fairbairn Glithero Family Mr John R & Mrs Mona H Fitzgerald Flesher/Prior/Wilson Families Mrs Catherine L & Mr Jonathan P Forsey Jill & Brant Foster Mr Peter Fraemohs Frengley Family Ian and Betty Galloway Gillanders Family Darfield Mr Neil Graham Mr Robert & Mrs Katrina Gray Mr Christopher D & Mrs Sarah C Green Rev. Doug Grierson RG Gunn Mr Russell M & Mrs Hannah P Gunns Dr William Guy & Mrs Helen Scott

Philanthropy - the spirit of generosity at St Andrew’s College Mr Alan Hampton & Family

Mrs Christine M & Mr Gavin R Leighton

Mark Mulholland & Family

Mr Philip R & Mrs Victoria J Hampton

Ms Racquel E Lewis

Mr Texas A & Mrs Lynda M Mundy

Mark & Deb Harris

Mr Campbell W & Mrs Diane Lintott

Mr Kenneth R Murray

Mrs Bronwyn A & Mr Simon P Harrison

Mr David W Lloyd

John and Olwyn Musgrove

Ms Krista L Hastings & Mr Andrew J Bell

Mr Andrew N Lowden

Luca Newman

Sir David Hay

Mrs Dianne H MacDonald

Mr Noel W Nicholson

Mr Joel S Hewson

Claire and John Mackintosh

Nordt Family

Mr Ross S & Mrs Rochelle A Hewson

Mr Hamish C MacMaster

Mr Christopher O Hills

Maginness Family

Mr Michael G Norris & Mrs Patricia R M Dart

Lee Hubber

Mrs Myra Mann

John Ogilvie*

Mr Jim & Mrs Ann Hudson

Mr Arthur D & Mrs Jessie Matthews

Mr Peter H Olds

Mr Ronald H Hughes

Mr Hugh C & Mrs Sonya A Matthews

Owens Family 2000–2011

Mr Brian Hunt

Dr Graeme S Mawson

Mrs Faith Pandian

Mr Roger J & Mrs Sandra A Hurnard

Mrs MIF McDonald

Mr Michael A Patterson

Mr James K Hyslop

Mr W J (Jock) McEldowney

Lance & Andew Innes Families

Grant McFadden & Family

Louisa Patterson (for James Patterson-Gardner)

Mrs Pat Ivey*

Mrs Isla McFadden

Mr Colin G & Mrs Loma Johnson

Mrs Susan EA & Dr Graham RB McGeoch

Mr Daniel Johnson & Ms Elena A Koukhtina

Mr J Craig McIntosh

Mr Maxwell J & Mrs Glennis Johnston

Mr Dugald SA & Mrs Barbara J McLean

Mr Peter B & Mrs Kathy Jones

Mr Wayne D McMillan

Ms Lynne Julian

Mr Murray & Mrs Judith McNicholl

Mr Gordon M Kelly

Mrs Wendy McPherson

St Kentigern Trust Board

Jackson & Flynn Megaw

Mrs Donna L & Mr Jesse Kenton-Smith

Methven Family

Mr Robert J Kerr

Geoffrey and Kathryn Millar

Mr Dean A & Mrs Gynene E Kesseler

The Milligan Families

Mrs Ngaire Kilpatrick

Mr Colin R Milligan*

Mrs Carol M King & Mr Jeffrey R Morrison

Mr Ian Milligan

Kininmonth Family

Mrs Reetah M & Mr Matthew E Mitchell

Mr Pandian Kumaravel

Molloy Family 2015

Mr James R Lawton

Moran Family

Miss Lisa J Ledingham & Mr Lance G Small

Joshua Morrison

Mr Rod & Mrs Janette McKenzie

John Mulholland

Pawson Family Trust Peate Family Mr EG Perry Mr Carl M Pester Mr Ernie H Poole Mike Pooley Mrs Tracey L & Dr Chris J Pottinger Richard and Mez Power Mr Mark AC & Mrs Melissa J Prosser Mr Robert N & Mrs Jo M Rasmussen Mr Alistair R & Mrs Sharon Rayne Mr Charles E & Mrs Carolyn E Reid Mr J Alan R Reid Mr Zak Robinson Mr Arthur & Mrs Joyce Rodgers Mr Michael J & Mrs Flavia A Ruscoe Ryan Family Vince, Michelle, Henry & Charlie Saunders Mr Tim Scott

The acknowledgements shown below gratefully recognise financial gifts made to St Andrew’s College between 1 January 2015 and 31 December 2015.

Estate of WD Seed

van der Hoorn Family

D & J Shand Family

Ms Julie B van der Velden

Mr DB (Barry) Shaw

Justin & Claire Vaudrey

Mr Christopher C & Mrs Ruth Sheppard Mr Gordon M & Mrs Margaret J Shields

Mr Crispin R Vinnell & Ms Hannah Mackintosh

Jun Wha Shin

Dr Mark Waddington

Mr Kenneth RB & Mrs Helen Shipley

Mr E Peter Walker

Shoe Clinic

Mr Frank & Mrs Anya Walkington

Mr Andrew D Sidey

Martin & Letitia Welsford

Mr Graham J Sidey

Miss Naomi S Wilde

Prof Ian & Mrs Marion E Simmers

Descendants of John Wilson 1812–1880

Phil & Deborah Sloper

Mr Clifford & Mrs Susan Wood

Robert & Jill Sloss

Stu Woollett

Andrew Wayne Smart

Mr Donald L & Mrs Jenny Wright

Barry William Smart*

Miss Justine A Wyld

William Andrew Smart

Peter Yu

Mr Robert C & Mrs Margaret Spark

Rong & Ying Zhang

Mr Hank & Mrs Kerrie Sproull Callum Stewart Mr Nigel W & Mrs Robyn A Stratford Mr Shane C Summerfield Derek Syme & Family Hamish, Katie, Angus & Elliot Syme Mr Daniel Symons Corey & Lana Tamou Mr Ross Tanner Mr Peter R Taylor Mr Robert J Thomson The Timbs Family Mr Brent M & Mrs Tracey Tiney Mr Gavin D & Mrs Karen A Tippett Tom Tothill Cherry Tsai The Undy Family

Note: all cash donations are eligible for the 33% tax credit or rebate. *Deceased

Philanthropy - the spirit of generosity at St Andrew’s College Robert & Marion Anderson

Mrs Joan Grummitt

Stuart & Debbie Anderson

Mr D Nigel Gualter & Ms Kristy O’Connor

Mrs Alison Ballantyne

Earl & Lani Hagaman

Mr Bruce & Mrs Jane Bascand

Mrs Jane Hallifax

Bosch Robert NZ Ltd

Mr Rick Hallifax

Mr Mark & Dr Robin Bowman

John* & Jan Hampton & Family

David & Catherine Boyer

JL Hay Charitable Trust

Mr A Paul & Mrs Joan* Brown

Mr George F & Mrs Merrilyn E* Hight

Mr Chris D Burke

Mr Euan & Mrs Dawne Hilson

Mr Simon D Burke

Mr David J Jarman

Burnett Valley Trust

Mr Stewart M Johns

The Burns Family

Peter Johnston* & Family

Canterbury Foundation

Brent & Vicky Jones

Mr Simon & Mrs Tracey Challies

Professor Ron Jones

Matthew Cockram and Ramari Young

Mr Peter D Kennedy

SJ Collins Family Trust

Mr Bill Kensington*

Mr Gideon & Mrs Amie-Jane Couper

Ladies’ Circle

John Crothall (In memory of E Alan Crothall)

Jim* & Jen Livingstone

The St Andrew’s College and Foundation societies began in 2007 with the establishment of Strowan Club for donors who have donated $10,000 or more to the College or Foundation.

David and Bridget Cushing

Barry & Cheryl Maister

Mr Don & Mrs Liz Davison

Emeritus Prof. Athol W & Mrs Ngaire J Mann

Mr Graham T, Mrs Leila M & Mr Craig H Dowling

Mr Chris J & Mrs Jilly J Marshall

The following list includes all members who have given recently or, who based upon their cumulative giving, are now welcomed to the Strowan Club, or as a Cornerstone member, or to the Founders’ Circle.

Mr Peter R & Mrs Rana E Eggleton

Steven and Jacqui McDonald

Mr & Mrs Stewart Elms

Mr Andrew & Mrs Joanne D Mcgregor

Ms Deb A Fahey

Mr Kelvin R & Mrs Sally McMillan

Dr DW & Mrs N* Featherston

L B Miller Charitable Trust

Jim Forrester

WM & HM Milliken

Mr Stuart JV & Mrs Sue Fox

Mr Gregory J Moore

Dr Ivor S Francis

Mrs Beverley Murray

Mr Rob Gendall

Mr Ed & Mrs Nicky Newman

Keith & Jennifer Gillanders

Mr Dougal & Mrs Diane Norrie

Dr H S Gray

Mr Michael H (1972) & Mrs Linda J Nutt

Thanking our Donors St Andrew’s College and the St Andrew’s College Foundation are strengthened through financial contributions and bequests, which help to maintain the high standard of independent education at St Andrew’s College. Through income earned on the St Andrew’s College Foundation invested endowment, funds are directed to areas of need at the Board of Governors’ request.

Strowan Club Members Anonymous (7) Mr Colin W Anderson* & Family Mr David A Anderson

Mr Grant E & Mrs Jennifer Dickey

Mace Engineering Ltd

Mr Phil & Mrs Linda Mauger

M & S Oxley

Bill & Dian Taylor

Bryan & Susie Pearson

Mr Peter A & Mrs Pip L Trumic

Mr Richard & Mrs Anne Peate

Mr Murray A & Mrs Margaret H Turley

Mrs Almut & Mr Richard Perrett

Mr William M & Mrs Pam Turner

The Perry Family

Mr John W & Josephine Ullrich

Mr Malcolm H J Petrie

Mr Peter F & Mrs Carlyn Ullrich

Mr Cameron C Pickering

Tony & Joyce Wallace & Family

George & Lynda Pickering

Mr Noel A & Mrs Brigitte J Walton

Mr Grahame & Mrs Glen Price

Geoff & Mary Wells Family Trust

Mr Graham B & Mrs Lorna Robertson

Mr Graham C & Mrs Val Wells

Mr Murray D Rose

J & V Wells

Murray Rose and Richard Rose

Mr Kerry J Wells

Mrs Shirley J Rudkin

Mr Michael C Wells

The Scanlon Family

Wilkie + Bruce Architects

Mr DWG & Mrs PJ Scott

Mr Alun T & Mrs Miriam Wilkie

Mr Paul W Scott

Mr Peter* & Mrs Judy Wilkinson

Mr George & Mrs Kay Scrimshaw

Mr Rick S Wilson & Ms Janine M Mayson

Mr Allan D & Mrs Cynthia* Shand

Mr P & Mrs GP Wright

Mr Michael & Mrs Kate Sidey

Paul & Jill Wright

Sir Gil & Joy Simpson

Mr William JA & Mrs Carol E Young

Dr Harsh P Singh & Mrs Anu Pratap Mr Donald A Sloss Robert & Jill Sloss Mr Murray G & Mrs Linda V Smith David A Solomon Prof. Michael Spiro St Andrew’s College Old Collegians Association Mr Roland Stead Mr Evan Stewart Mr Mark J Stewart Mr W John Strowger Dr Jurgen & Mrs Petra M* Suppan Mr John & Mrs Glenys Syme

Note: all cash donations are eligible for the 33% tax credit or rebate. *Deceased


SOCIETY 1917 Society

The 1917 Society is for those generous members of our community who have pledged a bequest to the College. We are privileged that they have chosen to endow part of their estate to St Andrew’s College upon their passing. For those who have shared their plans with us, we are glad to be able to thank them and welcome them as members of the 1917 Society.

Bequests Received between 1 January 2015 and 31 December 2015. Mr Colin Evans* (1917)

Your generosity is greatly appreciated For further information please contact The Development Office. • Phone: +64 3 940-2068 • Email: St Andrew’s College Charities Commission Registration #CC22462 St Andrew’s College Foundation Charities Commission Registration #CC25213

St Andrew's College Philanthropy Report 2015  
St Andrew's College Philanthropy Report 2015  

The St Andrew’s College Philanthropy Report is an annual publication which celebrates the culture of philanthropy at St Andrew’s College. Th...