The Legacy Fund

Wynberg Boys’ High School remains a leader in our national educational landscape, helping to mold well-rounded men who have a positive impact on South African society. 

However, the rising cost of providing a world-class education is threatening the ability of the school to continue educating future generations of entrepreneurs, industry leaders, role models, dads, husbands, and brothers in an endless chain.

Wynberg can no longer rely on government funding alone to maintain this standard of education, and governing bodies and parents are increasingly being called upon to bridge the widening gap between excellent and ordinary. 

The Wynberg Legacy Fund, led by Jan de Waal and Karl Westvig, with Jacques Kallis as the patron, is an Old Boys initiative that has been launched to ensure the viability of the school into the future.

Phase one of The Legacy Fund aims to secure R100 million in pledges by 2027, building an endowment fund that generates significant interest. These gains will be used to provide financial assistance to students who would not ordinarily be able to afford to attend Wynberg, and to assist the school with capital infrastructure projects.

Contributions can be made via a once-off contribution, a recurring donation, or a bequest in your will.

Whether you have R100 or R10 million, we would like to hear from you. This is your opportunity, as an Old Boy, to help secure our school’s future and leave a long-lasting legacy that benefits future generations of Wynberg men. 

Let us join now with those before us, because Supera Moras makes us one!