Project funds

The Foundation seeks to provide St David’s with funding support for development of the school campus facilities, to enhance and support curriculum activities and enable students to experience an education at the highest level, through the following funds.

Capital Development

Provides funding support for the development of the school campus facilities to enhance and support curriculum and extracurricular activities, and enable students to experience an education at the highest level.

Leadership Development

Provides funding support for programmes and projects to assist in developing the leadership potential and ability of students to the highest level.

Cultural Development

Provides funding support for programmes and projects to assist in developing the leadership potential and ability of students to the highest level.

Sports Development

Provides funding support for programmes and projects to assist in developing and growing the sporting potential and ability of students to the highest level.

Community Development

St David’s Marist Inanda is currently involved in more than 20 community involvement and service projects across the Prep and College. Programmes include educational support and enrichment, sports development, feeding programmes, project visits, and financial and resource donations. The projects are all very hands-on, with St David’s boys expected to actively initiate, lead, participate in and commit to programmes and projects. Each year a major project is undertaken by the Grade 11 Hands of Champagnat group. The school’s project selections are guided by the Key Strategic Drivers (KSDs) that underpin all activities that take place at St David’s, and the St David’s Marist Foundation assists where required with guidance, support, and donor funding administration and channelling.

Maristonian Project Fund

The St David’s Marist Foundation administers the receipt of funds and donations towards the St David’s Old Boys’ Association’s Maristonian Project – a project that includes the building of a home base for the Old Boys’ Association.