The Whitgift Foundation

 

The Whitgift Foundation is a registered charity with the aim of providing education for the young and care for the elderly in Croydon and the surrounding areas. Established in 1596 by the former Archbishop of Canterbury John Whitgift, The Whitgift Foundation comprises of:

The Whitgift Foundation currently supports approximately 45% of current pupils in its schools through financial ‘means tested’ bursaries.  This equates to just over £5million a year to enable talented young people to benefit from the outstanding education provided by the schools and amounting to one of the largest school fee support schemes in the UK.