Impact Donor Report 2023

Donor Impact Report 2023


We do not take it for granted that in spite of uncertain economic conditions, which are impacting on many of our pupils' families, the Dulwich community has made a substantial contribution to driving our social mission forward. The generous philanthropy of OAs, parents, and friends of Dulwich College is a key part of enabling us to spend £4.8 million to provide 214 pupils with the opportunity of a Dulwich education through means-tested bursaries. At the start of last academic year, the College was proud to be recognised by Independent School Parent Magazine as Independent School of the Year 2022 for Contribution to Social Mobility, and I am delighted to share with you that we were shortlisted for the Development Award for Outstanding Fundraising Achievement at the Independent School of the Year Awards 2023. Thank you; this is a tribute to all of you, and to the vital role you play in delivering our ambition to radically widen access to the education we provide, and to expand the work we do in partnership with local schools. In 2022-23, our supporters and friends donated more than £1.2 million, primarily to help widen access through means-tested fee support and to support our partnership work in the local community. I am truly heartened by your generosity and the impact it allows us to have. It is a testament to the power of collective action and every donation, no matter its size, makes a tangible difference. In addition, I would also like to thank those of you who have donated your time and expertise to the College. None of this is taken for granted. On behalf of the Governors, staff and pupils at Dulwich College, thank you.

A Message from the Master

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Fundraising Success and Finances 2022-23

Our Partnerships

Your Impact Giving Back

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Service Day 2023

The 500 Club Your Legacy

Our Benefactors

Thank You - Gift Form

Your generosity is sincerely appreciated.

Dr Joe Spence The Master



Fundraising Success and Finances 2022-23 During the period of 1 August 2022 to 31 July 2023, we received more than £1.2 million in cash gifts, with

In 2022-23, £4.8 million was spent on bursary support

From that £4.8 million....

£337k spent on bursary holders who board at Dulwich

452 donors giving financially in support of the College. This year, you showed your support through annual and monthly gifts, remembering the College in your wills, and volunteering your time and expertise. A huge thank you to our generous community of OAs, parents, pupils, staff and friends for all of your contributions. We value every gift to support the College's social mission and educational vision. Together, we can provide access to education for all.

£86,900 on coaches

£4.2m spent on fee relief

£251k spent on bursary pupil support, including...

£71,300 on providing school lunches £52,000 on school trips

£9,800 on music lessons

£4,900 on uniforms and stationary

Thank you.

214 boys received bursaries 125 boys receive full bursaries (100%) 167 boys receive deep bursaries (75%+) 11 boys from Ukraine are in receipt of bursaries

Bursaries £894,94

Partnerships £53,331

Other donations £271,821

All of the College’s funds are committed to the pursuit of its charitable objectives. The information given has been taken from our internal unaudited management information for the year ended 31 July 2023. A copy of our accounts can be found online:



Our Partnerships – Student Voice Project

The College is committed to building strong partnerships with independent and state schools. These partnerships raise aspirations across both sectors for schools, teachers and students, and help address educational need within our community. The Southwark Schools’ Learning Partnership (SSLP), of which the Master is a co-director, was established in 2003 and today comprises 18 schools, local independent schools, state funded schools and academies. The partnership advocates for projects across our wide community of students, as well as career professional development for teaching staff. The SSLP ran several far-reaching projects across the academic year 2022-23, one of which, our Student Voice Project, was entirely donor-funded. The 2022-23 focus of the student voice activities was 'sustainability.' SSLP schools were invited to nominate two students each to be on the Student Council, which had 33 students collaborating to plan activities and taking on leading roles to organise two student voice conferences. Our goal is to empower a wide range of pupils to become leaders in their communities. 74 students from fourteen SSLP schools participated in the Autumn conference in November. They heard from The London Wildlife Trust and from OddBox before exploring their own ideas for social actions to improve sustainability in their school communities, and developing their own learning materials that would then go on to be used in their schools for teaching and learning.

The students then worked in four collaborative groups and in May the entire group reconvened to launch their projects to senior leaders from SSLP schools, and to their peers. The four projects presented were: • Waste Less - Increase recycling in schools by educating people and having clearer labels on bins. • Sustainable Cookery Club - Start sustainable cooking clubs in SSLP schools with each club running for six weeks. • Food Banks - Raise awareness of food banks and encourage school communities to make donations. • The Re-Project - Stop clothes and books being sent to landfill by coordinating thrift events. An independent assessment of the project concluded that: • On average, pupils and staff rated the pupil-facing events highly, with many stakeholders noting that they were excellent. • Pupils seemed to particularly enjoy meeting new students from other schools, and working with people that they wouldn’t usually work with. • Staff and pupils shared that they thought there would be a longer-term impact after the events, such as researching more into sustainability and making new friends.

This year, we have launched our Sports Partnerships programme, led by Nick Brown. At Dulwich College, we are ideally placed within the heart of southeast London to play our part in using sport as a vehicle to bring people together from different cultures and backgrounds. “It is a tremendous privilege to lead our Sports Partnership

work. Service is firmly embedded within the DNA of a Dulwich education, and I am excited by the prospect of extending the sports partnership strand of our work to benefit the local community in addition to our pupils.” Nick Brown Assistant Head, Pastoral and Co-Curricular Director of Sports Partnerships

This project and opportunities for collaboration with our community would not be possible without the generosity of our supporters. We look forward to continuing our Student Voice project in 2023-24, when the theme will be Neurodiversity.

To find out more about our Partnerships work, scan here or visit



Your Impact Supporters like you, who give what they can when they can, have made a tangible difference to the lives of boys who otherwise would not be able to access a Dulwich education. The impact of your generosity extends beyond the classroom. Your support helps provide school trips, lunches, uniforms, transportation and other important bursary extras, enabling boys to engage fully in all aspects of school life.

Did you know...

A donation of £50 a month could help fund a bursary recipient’s school lunches.

£50 a month

A donation of £100 a month could help to supply four bursary recipients with school uniforms.

£100 a month

Here’s what your support achieved in 2022-23

£4,900 spent on providing bursary pupils school uniforms and stationary

An annual donation of £750 could help fund a year’s worth of music lessons for a bursary holder.

£750 per year

£71,300 spent on providing school meals

An annual donation of £1,000 could help subsidise the cost of trips and expeditions for bursary pupils.

£1,000 per year

£138,900 spent on travel and trips for bursary recipients



Giving Back

This year, six Old Alleynians from the Class of 1993 came together to mark their 30-year anniversary by committing to fund a full seven year bursary for a talented pupil in need of financial aid. In an exemplary collective act of generosity, Khalid Talukder, Ted Chwu, Dr Azhar Ala, Amos Dadzie, Benjamin Li and Nick Marsh committed to support a full place for a boy whose family would not otherwise be able to afford a Dulwich education.

Benefactors can opt to make their donation in a single transaction or spread the payments over time to suit their personal situation. Our donors enjoy flexibility in their modes of giving according to their means, as exemplified by the class of 1993, with one OA funding 50% of a place upfront and five OAs then funding their respective 10% of a place in monthly instalments across multiple years. “The six of us may have been the first to get together as a group in this way, but obviously many from our year group have already been donating in their individual capacity. We want to encourage others to get in touch to put together another bursary – if many of us get involved we can make a big difference.” Ted Chwu OA (1985 – 93)

You give £1,943 * a year for 7 years

*Under the Gift Aid Scheme

The Bursary Fund receives £17,000

Which funds 10% of a bursary

Dulwich College currently spends £4.8 million to support more than 214 pupils with means-tested bursaries. Our aspiration is to be one of the leading schools for access in the UK with admissions based solely on ability, and fees determined by each family’s ability to pay. Those who share our commitment to widening access and increasing social mobility can transform lives by offering the opportunity of a Dulwich education. “It’s difficult to sit there and say what a great time I had at Dulwich College and not do something to give someone else a chance!”

“This is, quite simply, an inspirational act of philanthropy that will serve as a fine example to others (OAs, parents and pupils) of what can be achieved through collective action. Together, this will change the life of a pupil who could not otherwise have come to Dulwich and benefit from the education and networks we provide.” Dr Joe Spence The Master

Above is one example of the many ways to contribute to funding a bursary. Dulwich College is a registered charity (number 1150064) and donations to support our work are eligible for tax relief under the Gift Aid Scheme. The net cost for higher and additional rate taxpayers under Gift Aid is even lower.

Amos Dadzie OA (1985 – 93)

For more information on Gift Aid and funding options, please visit our website:



Making a Difference

At Dulwich College, service engagement and social responsibility are deeply ingrained in our ethos. Each year we organise an event that brings together the entire school in an effort to make a positive impact in our local community. It teaches our pupils valuable lessons about empathy, compassion, and the importance of active citizenship beyond our school gates. Across the Senior School, this year’s Service Day saw over 800 pupils from various year groups participating in 37 different projects. The volunteering opportunities were divided into three categories: environmental projects, involving our enthusiastic Year 7, 8, and 9 pupils, and social and educational initiatives, engaging pupils from Years 10 and 12. Our Year 7 and Year 8 pupils rolled up their sleeves and worked alongside College staff at Dulwich and Belair Parks. Our pupils were given the opportunity to explore and contribute to their local environment, learning about the importance of sustainability and conservation first-hand. A park official expressed their thanks: “Fantastic event and amazing results. Thank you everyone.”

Our older boys volunteered at 18 primary schools, and a number of foodbanks and care homes, spreading joy and assistance to those in need. One member of College staff wrote afterwards about his time with College pupils at a local care home, saying: “It was joyful, eye opening and thought provoking for boys (and certainly for me). The boys were amazing… So thank you so much for this opportunity.” One of the numerous projects that deserves special recognition is our partnership with the award winning charity, the BigKid Foundation. This remarkable organisation is on a mission to end social exclusion and youth violence, and our pupils eagerly joined forces with them to garden and tidy the grounds of Dexter’s Adventure Playground in Brixton, one of their major projects. In addition to going out into our local community, we invited 180 children from Dulwich Wood Primary School to join us for Science Day. College teachers organised engaging hands-on sessions, ensuring safety by pairing Year 10 and 12 pupils with younger children. Exciting activities included earning Microscope Licences, conducting chemical reactions, observing flame colours, and the highlight of exploding hydrogen and oxygen balloons.

Service Day 2023



The 500 Club

The 500 Club is an initiative which aims to instil and further promote a culture of philanthropy and spirit of service within the pupil community at the College. Dulwich College is characterised by its longstanding social mission, from Edward Alleyn’s creation of “the College of God’s Gift” for 12 poor scholars in 1619 to our drive for access and diversity more than 400 years later. Galvanised by the example of Old Alleynians (OAs) who have committed themselves to giving back to communities and inspiring change, both during and after their time at the College, the Club seeks to highlight the contribution of older pupils who have been significantly involved in community action and service while at the College. Through the membership of such a group of like-minded peers and OAs, we hope to foster a spirit of philanthropic commitment both at school and beyond – to create a culture of generosity and compassion. Our ambition is that by the College’s 500th anniversary in 2119, members of The 500 Club will represent a renewed tradition of service and philanthropy – itself a central pillar of school philosophy. At 2023 Prizegiving, we were able to award our inaugural members of The 500 Club and look forward to expanding membership each year. Impact 500 Complementing this, the College seeks to facilitate opportunities for social impact for younger pupils through Impact 500; a service initiative for Years 7 to 9 to pursue themes of social justice and make a difference. Impact 500 emphasises a philanthropic ethos from a young age, enabling the younger generation of boys to identify and pursue causes they are passionate about. We look forward to updating you on these exciting initiatives as they continue to develop in the coming months. “We are delighted to have launched our new Impact 500 society in September 2023. This initiative currently empowers pupils from years 7-9 to make a research-based, practical and personal difference in areas of social and environmental need. We currently have 12 pupils taking part, each of whom is being mentored by a pupil in the Upper School.”

“Throughout my years at the College, I have seen a growing number of OAs and pupils looking to support charitable causes and serve their communities. It is my hope that The 500 Club will inspire Old Alleynian leaders in this space to motivate our pupils to follow their examples, and indeed that our older pupil members will mentor and motivate younger members of the College to do the same.”

Dr Joe Spence The Master

Reverend Tim Buckler Chaplain



Your Legacy

Did you know?

Since 2014, our expenditure on bursaries has more than doubled. This would not be possible without the contribution of legacies left to the Bursary Fund here at the College. By leaving a legacy to Dulwich College you can benefit from tax relief The College is a registered charity (number 1150064) which means a gift in your will is exempt from Inheritance Tax (IHT). Making a charitable gift can also reduce the amount of Inheritance Tax that would otherwise be payable on your estate. For example, by leaving a gift of 10% or more of the net estate value over the IHT threshold to the College you can reduce the rate of Inheritance Tax payable on your estate from 40 per cent to 36 per cent. Whatever percentage of your estate you might choose to leave as a gift will make a difference for future generations to come. You can direct your support to a specific area of our work If you would like your bequest to support bursaries or partnerships you can direct your gift to the Bursary Appeal Fund or Partnership Fund, or contact Matt Jarrett, Director of Development, via email or phone +44 (0) 20 8299 9285. You can add Dulwich to your will by contacting your Solicitor All they need to be able to add the College as a beneficiary in your will is our registered charity number 1150064. For more information about leaving a legacy to Dulwich College, please visit our webiste:

“The most important lesson for me was never to let financial circumstances limit your ambition. I want as many boys as possible to have the same opportunity I did.”

Justin Seymour OA (2006 – 13) Law Associate, White & Case LLP

Leaving a legacy to Dulwich College is an opportunity to leave a lasting impact on future generations of Alleynians, and to offer transformational education and diverse opportunities for boys who would not otherwise be able to afford it. For many of us, a legacy gift will be the most significant donation we ever make. It is an opportunity to remember the causes that mean the most to us throughout our lives, and a chance to give back to those that helped shape the outlook and values that characterise us today. Founded over 400 years ago to offer opportunities to boys of all backgrounds; including Dulwich College in your

will gives you the chance to add to that history of access and opportunity and have a significant impact on the lives of future generations. Your contribution can help shape the next 400 years in our community. Of course, leaving a gift in your will is a deeply personal matter and after you have provided for family and friends, we do hope you consider remembering the College in your will.

If you would like to find out more about leaving a gift in your will to the College, please visit our website: support-us/ways-to-donate/ gifts-in-wills



We are deeply grateful to all our benefactors who have financially supported the College. The following Roll of Benefactors includes those who have so generously given between 1 August 2022 and 31 July 2023, as well as all our known Canon Carver Society members who have informed us of their kind decision to remember the College in their wills. Every effort has been made to ensure that our Roll of Benefactors is complete and accurate. If your name has mistakenly been omitted, we hope you will accept our apologies and let us know ( We would like to also thank our anonymous donors and all our supporters who have helped the College in other meaningful ways – by sharing your time, expertise and advocacy for our work. Specifically, we would like to express gratitude for our Governors, Development Committee members, Bursary Committee members, Old Alleynian Association and Friends of Dulwich College. To everyone who has given, pledged, or is planning a bequest to the College, we thank you very much indeed.



James Wadsworth David Wise 1990-1999 Omer Ahmad Dr Azhar Ala Ishminder Alg William Burghes Duncan Byrne Ted Chwu

Hiram Simon David Skinner Daniel Smallwood Simon Smith Timothy Smith Christopher Tarrant Martin Turner Dr Alan Watt Dr Richard Weber Peter West Robert West Dr Tony Wierzbicki 1980-1989 David Clacher Simon Clarke Dr Julius Clayton John Corcoran Simon Cox James Cunningham

Martin Stone Alan Trangmar Adrian Underwood OBE Robert Upton CBE Philip Virgo John Walters Ivor Warburton Nicholas White Patrick White Dr Christopher Wilkes 1970-1979 Nigel Ashton David Barke Timothy Birse Stephen Bondfield Simon Brown Niall S G Campbell Robert Condon Nicholas Cremin Dr Simon Fleminger Cmdr Bob Grainger Ian Harris MBE Steven Hastings Nicholas Hunsworth David Ince William Jutsum Keith Macquarie Richard Mattick Mark Menhennet Peter Miles John Murray Michael Mustoe John Williams Prof John Wyke Patrick Darby Dr John Dean Jim Dewes Tony Edgley Peter Leggett Stephen Locke Keith Penfold Frank Penson Graham Prothero Michael Ramus Andrew Reid Anthony Roberts Tim Roberts-Holmes Nick Rundle

Lt Cdr Bruce Lemonde Derek Long Dr John Maile Colin Mander David Martin-Clark Brig Bruce McDermott CBE Dr Hector McLean CBE Clive Mellor Dr Peter Mudge Bruce Noble MBE

Mike Davies Jeremy Davies Christopher Dean Simon Dyson David J R Elford

Old Alleynians

1940-1949 Julian Ellis Marshall Field CBE Peter Grose Dr John Lewis Gordon V W E Wood 1950-1959 Lt Col Terry Adams Prof Ewan Anderson George Appleby The Revd Ian Arthur Christopher Austen Robert Bembridge

Christopher Elston Col Keith Galbraith Anthony Gaster Tim Gilkes Derek Goodchild HHJ Andrew Goymer Laurence Green Robin Harris Dr Stuart Herbertson David Heycock Nigel Hinton Geoffrey Holloway His Honour Judge Michael Hopmeier Dr Robin Hughes Christopher Hurrion Chris Ignatowicz Martin Jackson Robin Jewett Prof Brian Kennett The Revd Canon Nicholas Kerr Michael Kirkman John Lovering CBE The Revd Brian McHenry CBE Dr Bob Mercer The Revd Ray Morris Robert Newton

Amos Dadzie Robert Emes Richard and Sara Evans Ziyad Fakhry Clyde Fare Eric Fosdike

Richard Norton Humphrey Nye

Bob Parker David Price George Ray His Honour Judge Michael Rich KC The Revd David Sharp

Jonathan Fowles James Franklin Matthew Ghinn David Gibson Hian Goh Jon Guinness Nicholas Hamilton Stephen Ireton Chris King

Denis Bodiam Donald Bower

Michael Sharpley Bruce Shilstone Dr Michael Shirley Dr C John Toynton

Prof John Briggs Richard Burgess Dr James Burton Rodney Chambers Ronald Clayton John Cooper Lt Cmdr Graham Crane Cdr Graham Creedy LVO RN

James Davey Shamik Dhar John D'Souza George Farha and Suha Hourani

David Walker Peter Webster Roger Weston Brian Willis David Wilson Prof Michael Winterbottom Richard Alford Peter Allwright Marcus Ansell Jeremy Baker Richard Barwick Philip Beaven Mark Berry Don Boadella John and Elizabeth Bouldin Christopher Boyes Michael Brett 1960-1969 Roger Alexander

Adrian Fuller David Godbee Sqn Ldr Michael Greene Andrew Guy Gavin Hall Nicholas Hallwood Russell Harper Timothy Havenhand Jeremy Hopkins

Paul Kingston Jonathan Levy Benjamin Li James Mackay Nick Marsh Lt Cdr Thomas McPhail Ghanem Nuseibeh Peter O'Donoghue Tremayne Parvin Sachin Patel Hugh Price Sumit Rai Amit Sharma Dr Christian Smith Sunita Tabrizi Khalid Talukder James Turner Kumaran Yogasundaram James Young

Roger Croucher Anthony Daltry Ronald Davis Colin Deverill Richard Dew Peter Dorey Roy Emmerson Chris Field Dirk FitzHugh David Fry Dr Martin Gain Donald Goodsell Roger Gray David Griffiths David Halliday Roger Hedge Ronald Hickson Philip Holliday William Howe Peter Johnson David Jowett Geoffrey Keeble Michael Kirby

David North Mark Otway Ian Paton David Paul Michael Pearman

Philip Hulston William Jinks Naguib Kheraj and Nina Hirji Kheraj Anthony King

John Pearse Jan Pringle

Darius Lewington Dr Nicholas Martin Jason Meers Alexander Offer Peter Petyt

Patrick Rawson Dr Robin Rayner The Rt. Hon. Sir Peter Riddell CBE The Rt. Hon. Sir Colin Rimer

Frank Browning Michael Butcher Douglas Butterfield Christopher Chase Dr David Cheesman

Dr Nicholas Rollitt Lt Col Philip Rosell Sir Philip Rutnam KCB and Anna Longman Dr Yohan Samarasinghe Peter Sudell Sanjit Talukdar Peter Vicary-Smith

Murray Ross Michael Sim Michael Simons Moshe Simon John Smallwood Ian Smith Dr Richard Soper

Richard Cook Len Cornish Col Robert Crawley OBE JP




Ilesh and Catriona Patel Marek and Sophia Petecki Timothy and Catherine Polli Denis and Alison Power Gaj and Kathamari Ragunathan Neil and Jane Reynolds Cesare Roselli and Raffaella Arca Gary Rynsard and Dr Wangping Zhu Nader Sabbaghian and Valeria Vitali Ray Sacks and Wendy Jones Michael and Thea Sakkas The Salorio-Mazuelas Family Dr Sergey and Iryna Sanzhar Ignacio Sarria and Ana Iraizoz Shan and Emma Singh Ade Sofolarin and Ailie Macadam Ziad Sokiri and Connie Suen Paras and Dr Sarah Sood Adrian and Suresha Steele Alfio Tagliabue and Karen Noakes Daniel Tulu and Sara Teklu Ben and Dr Jessica Turnbull Jean-Baptiste and Claudine Wautier Florence Wellington Andrew and Lori West Timothy and Sara West Simon White and Dr Frances Woisin Bevan Watt and Dale Lattanzio Noel and Kate Williams Nick and Penny Xanders Woody Yao and Ranjana Singh Vladyslav Yatsenko and Keamo Mangope Youngho Youn and Jiyoung Yoon Jay Ze and Beverly Tong Dr Morris and Dr Rachel Zwi

Hywel and Rebecca Davies Dr Neil and Dr Henrietta Deasy Andrena Dookun Marie Dove and Pius Maglo Matthew Downer and Katerina Tanti Doug and Hilary Eastman Marc and Christine El Asmar John and Claire English Juliet Estridge Michael and Deborah Fiddy Aleksandra Foy Bertrand and Caroline Gautier Bunt and Dr Susan Ghosh Jean Giret The Go Family Larysa Golyk Chris and Yvonne Gurney James Hall and Dr Katya Leney-Hall Robert Hardy and Louise Hardy Robert Henderson and Deborah Nadel Sebastian and Isabelle Henkell Von Ribbentrop Richard and Jane Henwood Dr Venetia Herzmark Alex and Carry Hornby Adam and Tierney Horne Michael Horner Joseph and Irene Izuora Xijun Jiang and Guixiang Yu Marta Karczmarczyk Belinda and Andrew Kemp Graham and Nicole Keniston-Cooper James and Jemma King Dr Andreas Köttering and Dr Katherine Opie-Smith Caroline Law Raymond Leung Ali Mansur and Nura Adem Simon and Lucie Marc Guy Massey and Amanda Noronha

Sarah McAvoy-Edwards Jo Parker Elliot Read Dr Joe and Angela Spence Andrew and Sarah Threadgould Simon and Nel Yiend

2000-2010 Teddy Barron James Bavister Keval Chandarana Tanawin Charoen-Rajapark Dr Tommy Gorgy Jack Hellewell The Hutton-Mills family Daniel Jackson Charles Jackson Victor Jakubiuk Krzysztof Kozak Parthiv Kurup Dr Alexander Langley Edward McCarthy James Oyedele Maciej Reich William Romer-Ormiston Opeyemioluwa Runsewe Dr Simon Sprague Alexander Teytelboym Dimitri Umnov Rubin Xu Dr Pawel Zaczkowski

Friends Andrea Castro Catia Dal Poz Viviane Edgley Brian Green

James Greenhill Jennifer Hocknell Stephan Madsen

Stefan Rogge Jianhua Shao

Merrill Spencer Dmitry Yashnikov

Organisations WorldStrides BlackRock Dulwich College Boat Club Association Dulwich College Political Economic Review

Friends of Dulwich College Old Alleynian Association Project Worldwide

2010-2020 Mingyuan Chen Thomas Crossley Andrew Moss Joseph O'Connor Moonley Tran

Trusts and Foundations Arkwright Scholarships Trust Company of Actuaries Charitable Trust Fund HMCK Charity The Karia Foundation OA Lodge The Peter de Somogyi Memorial Trust Shorehill Charitable Trust The Crane Charitable Giving Trust The Preston Trust The Streatham Society The Franey Foundation The Worshipful Company of International Bankers The Worshipful Company of Pewterers

Parents and past parents Suresh and Meranto Abboodass Adesegun and Olayemi Adeyemi Frank and Rita Adom Muhammed Afzal Florence Akingbade Mark and Kirsten Aldous Pasquale Amodio and Randa Hanna-Amodio Andrew and Sarah Backen Charles and Julie Bagley Hanchen Bertrand Andrew Bird and Tamsin Nicholds Bodil Bjerkvik Blain Robert Brown and Elizabeth Small Dr Jonathan Chesterman and Dr Shubulade Smith Ted and Catherine Craig Sue Dancey

Staff and former staff Fiona Angel Stephen Burton The Revd Neil Fairlamb Dr Toby Griffiths Byron Hoo Matt Jarrett Ged and Sian Keogh-Peters Damian King

Daniel and Sarah McKimm Saurabh and Neha Mehrotra The Mendenhall Family Dr Michel and Dr Thoraya Michaelides Yahya and Farah Mirjan Marco and Ines Mohwinckel Gianluca Ciocci and Kate Morris

Scott and Dr Jane Murray Matthew and Claire Oakeley Dominik and Magdalena Ogidel Robert and Karen Ottey

Ralph Mainard Richard Mayo



The Canon Carver Society

Leaving a legacy is one of the greatest gifts you will ever make. Dulwich College is honoured to be remembered by so many Old Alleynians and family members who have chosen to give back by contributing to the education of future generations of Alleynians. The following list includes all members of the Canon Carver Society, both past and present.

Vaughan Lilley Cdr David Lingard John Lovering Jacqui MacDonald-Davis JP Ralph Mainard Nigel Massey John Massingham CMG Joan Matthes Alfred May John and Triona Mayhew Hugh McDonald Dr Hector McLean CBE

Kenneth Garrod Anthony Gedge Anthony Gibbs Edgar and Muriel Gilbert Air Commodore Peter Giles OBE Revd David Gooday Donald Goodsell Jeremy and Janet Gotch

Michael Shirley Sylvia Sinclair David Skinner Robert Smith CMG John and Anne Sowton Anthony Spain Patrick and Merrill Spencer Denis and Veronica Spink Michael Stone Kenneth and Mary Stoneley Ronald Stratton Dale McDonald Sumner Ralph Sutton Howard Tate Nicholas Tatman Barry Taylor Irving and Maureen Teitelbaum

Clive Whitbourn Dr Michael and Jane White Anthony Williams Eileen Willis John Wiltshire Nicholas Winter The Revd Beresford D R Wood Paul Woods

Graham Able Derek Akers Dr John Amis Warwick Armstrong Chris Austen Neil Austin

Hazel Chapman Keith Chaundy Jonathan Choat George Churchill CBE Brian Clark Sir Robert and Lady Evelyn Clarke John Cloux Sydney and Jean Cole Dr Geoffrey Cook Nick Cosh Brian Coulton OBE Cdr Graham Creedy LVO RN

Jeremy Baker Geoffrey Ball Douglas Bartlett Dr Richard Bassett Christopher and Mary Batten John Battersby Bernard Battley David and Marion Baxter Sir Peter Bazalgette Vivian Bazalgette Kenneth and Marjorie Beales Philip Beaven The Revd Horace Bedloe The Revd Colin Beevers Robert Bembridge David Bethell Ian Birdseye Timothy Birse Reginald Bliss Ronald and Diana Blythe

Cmdr Bob Grainger Christopher Gravatt Alan Gregory CBE Jim Hammer CB Anne Hanson Brian Harfoot Russell Harper John Harper Peter Hart Michael Hart Prof David Harvey Tim Havenhand Ian Hay Davison CBE Ronald Hickson

Basil and Enid Cridland The Rev Dr Keith Cripps Edward Cross Robert Davidson Robert Deakin Leslie Dean David Destefano Peter and Sheila Dorey Sir Peter Duffell KCB CBE Dr David Dunlop Nigel Dunsmore-Rouse James Dyer Peter and Viviane Edgley

Prof Bob Michell William Mitchell The Revd Canon John Mockford and Reverend Betty Mockford Ronnie Moos William Morgan Alan Morgan Jack Morrison Peter Mudge Peter Munson Peter Niven Dr Colin Niven OBE Palmes Académiques Bruce Noble John and Margarita Noble Richard Norton

Brian Thomas Neil Thompson Graham Thorne Gerald and Ann Thornton David Thornton Professor Sir Bryan Thwaites Prof Andrew Tomkins OBE John Trotter Dr Dan Tunstall Pedoe Lord Andrew Turnbull KCB CVO and Lady Diane Turnbull The Venerable Robin Turner CB DL

Norman Hocknell Michael Holmes Kenneth Hopper Nick Howe Peter Humphrey Brig Anthony Hunter-Choat OBE Ian Hunter-Craig Robert Jackman Thomas Jessop John Jones Pauline Jones David and Meinir Jowett Dr Niloy Karia Raymond Keene OBE Michael Kirkman Roger Knight OBE Tom and Rebecca Lawrence Will Lewis Derek Hyams Stephen Ireton

Christopher Edwards Dr Adam Eisenhauer Susan Ellicott Brian Ellis MBE Carl Emmerich David Emms OBE David Ewings Peter Fewtrell Christopher Field Alan Finlay Dirk FitzHugh Peter Franklin Angus Freathy Col Keith Galbraith Godfrey Garrett OBE Alan Evans Alex Evans

Richard Bolton Richard Booth John Boulding Dr Michael Boyes Professor C D Broad

John Norton Tom Owens Bob Parker Richard Pearse

Wilfred Tyson Michael Wade David Walker Brig Johnny Walker OBE DL Dr Martin Walker Terry Walsh John Walters Ivor Warburton Peter Ward Robert Weaver David Webster OBE Robert West Roger Westbrook CMG

Keith Penfold Barry Phelps Dr Peter Pompa Christopher Poulton His Honour Judge Michael Rich KC The Rt. Hon. Sir Colin Rimer Antony Rowbotham Chris and Susan Rowe Nick Rundle

Patrick Brown David Burden

Stephen Burton Michael Bushby John Bushby Leonard Butler Michael and Sheila Calder The Very Revd Dr Wesley Carr KCVO The Revd Ronald Casebow

David Shapland Bruce Shilstone

Roger Chadder John Chapman



Thank you All of us here at Dulwich College are deeply grateful to have a generous global network of supporters. This year, supporters and friends of the College donated over £1.2 million to fund our social mission of widening access to a Dulwich education and addressing educational need in our community. I hope that as you read this report the importance of our social impact work shines through - social impact that is enabled by the wide range of gifts and donations we receive at the College. Your support of our access mission ensures we can maintain a diverse pupil body reflecting the broad social spectrum of our community. There are more than 214 pupils here at Dulwich now on free or part-funded places, made possible through philanthropy. Supporters like you, as a collective, continue to transform the lives of many talented bursary recipients and their families, and provide those talented boys access to the opportunities that an outstanding education can provide. But our social mission is not solely about access - it is also focused on working in partnership with local schools and the wider community. This partnership work is an important contribution to the education of many young people across the local area including Alleynians, as we seek to inspire them to become socially aware and responsible citizens. To continue this work we rely on the generosity of all of you, who share our values and continue to support us. I hope you will continue to support our work by giving what you can - every gift, no matter its size, makes a difference. The community of Dulwich supporters has and continues to benefit and change the lives of all our pupils.

Thank you all.

Matt Jarrett Director of Development


DULWICH COLLEGE Dulwich Common, London, SE21 7LD Telephone: +44 (0)20 8299 5335 Email: Web: Registered Charity No 1150064

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