By contributing R200, R500 or R1000 per month, you can make a significant impact for SACS’s 200th year. This initiative, led by the SACS Endowment Trust, supports the endowment and capital projects at SACS High and Junior Schools.


The SACS Endowment Trust (SET) aims to reach R100 million by 2029, and we aspire to raise R20 million through the Club towards this goal.

The SACS200 Club will sustain the Endowment Trust through annuity donations from our MVPs (Most Valued Parents and Past Pupils), ensuring ongoing flexibility and future planning, ultimately benefitting out SACS boys. The SET is a professional entity, efficiently receiving donations to sustainably fund SACS’s long-term development.

With increased monthly contributions and support of our overseas Friends of SACS, leveraging exchange rates, we aim to reach our target by our 200th birthday.

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Club Member Benefits
  • Receive a branded SACS 200 club gift relative to the size of your first donation, effectively making your initial contribution free.
  • Participate in club prize draws twice a year, tailored to your size of your contribution.
  • Join us biannually at a special Club event held in the Brodie Room to celebrate and engage with fellow members.

Certain club benefits can only be enjoyed if you reside in South Africa. We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause. Overseas club members visiting South Africa can contact the Trust office to collect their club gifts.

Terms and Conditions
  • A proud initiative of the SACS Endowment Trust (include SET logo)
  • Annual 18A tax certificates provided on request for contributions of R6000 or more.
  • We gratefully accept additional donations to the Trust. For more information on how to donate, visit our website [insert URL].
  • Donations are utilised at the discretion of the Trustees.
  • Your name will be associated with the Club unless you specifically request to remain anonymous.

For more information contact: 

Kate Maurel: Co-ordinator SACS Endowment Trust