Making a Gift in your Will
Monkton has always benefited from the loyalty and generosity of the people whose lives it has touched and transformed. The 1868 Society has recently been established to acknowledge the support of individuals who have agreed to help the School by leaving a bequest in their Will.
The Society's President is Professor Mike Keighley (pictured left).
A legacy to Monkton is one of the most meaningful and enduring gifts that will provide a source of much needed capital on a continuing basis. All legacies, whatever their size, will directly benefit the School, its pupils and its teaching staff. Gifts may be directed towards specific areas of school life or, alternatively, the Governors can direct funds to where they are needed most. Pupils of today, as has been the case in the past, are the beneficiaries of previous generosity and now, nearly 150 years on in Monkton’s history, it is our responsibility to ensure that the children and young people of tomorrow are equally provided for to ensure that Monkton retains its place as one of the leading Christian boarding schools in the country.
Individuals who inform the School of their intention to make a gift to Monkton will automatically become members of the 1868 Society. Names will not be published out of respect for the privacy of members. However, in order to recognise and thank individuals and their families appropriately, they will be invited to an annual lunch or dinner hosted by the School. In this way, members will be kept informed of the School’s development plans and intentions for the future.
Further information about making a gift to Monkton in your Will is provided as a .pdf download on this page. Please feel free to contact the Development Office in confidence for any further information.
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