The Fettes Foundation was formed in 1998 to raise philanthropic income for the benefit of Fettes and its pupils.
Since then, the Foundation has received donations from over 2,400 generous donors to support the provision of bursaries, a number of capital developments and other key projects.
Donations from our engaged community of Old Fettesians, parents and friends of Fettes transform the lives of pupils who come to Fettes and will continue to do so for generations.
Thank you to everyone who has helped the Foundation to achieve its aims over the past two decades.
Bursaries at Fettes
Guided by the founding ethos of Sir William Fettes, we remain committed to awarding bursaries. We are deeply grateful to those who help provide the wide array of stimulating opportunities that a Fettes education offers to ambitious children from low income backgrounds. Like all Fettesians, our bursary students will leave the College knowing that they can achieve whatever they set out to, with a very real understanding of what a privilege their education has been. Those who support bursaries will know that they are helping to nurture the many talents of these students and set the strongest possible foundation for their respective futures.
I am grateful to all our donors and am delighted that each year members of our generous community choose to support us for the first time.
If you would like to discuss making a gift to the Fettes Foundation, or the wider work of the Development Team, please do not hesitate to contact me by clicking the button below.
Nicola Pickavance, Director of Development
“The fact that there are many people within the Fettes community who continue to support us is testament to what a special place Fettes is. Thank you to everyone who has helped the Foundation to achieve its aims over the past two decades."
Bruce Dingwall (SH 1973-1978)
Chairman of the Fettes Foundation
Fettes: Our Place, the sumptuous, highly visual, coffee table book, that sits at the heart of our 150th anniversary plans, will be hitting the printing presses this summer before being published to coincide with the 150th anniversary of Fettes College this coming October.
We recently announced plans to celebrate our 150th anniversary and the 50th anniversary of girls joining the College. These include a wonderful array of opportunities for Old Fettesians, parents, past and present, and former staff to join in during the academic year 2020-21.
Over the last few months we have been working hard behind the scenes to develop a new online portal, exclusively for members of the Fettes community.