The work will take place in three stages and our aim is to complete the final stage by the end of 2019 but to succeed we will need your help.

We estimate that the total cost of the project will be around £3 million and we are able to commit £200K from our existing enterprise activity for the preparation works. But to fund the full development we will be reliant on the support of the whole community.

 ‘We hope that everyone associated with South Hampstead will get involved in whatever way they can and join with us in helping to make our vision for the Waterlow Hall a reality’

Helen Strange - Chair of Governors

Click here to donate on line

Download a donation form

Donate from the USA : 

To make a tax free donation from the USA visit the BSUF website and choose the Girl's Day School Trust - Please reference the South Hampstead Waterlow Project with your gift.

or contact development@shhs.gdst.net to find out how you can get involved.  

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The Campaign Board

The Campaign Board is made up of those who have already made a financial commitment to the project and have agreed to help us approach and engage others.

Our current members include governors, alumnae, former parents and representatives from every year group of South Hampstead.

Board Members:

Charlotte & Peter Bolland
Steve & Michelle Curtis
David & Mrs Kirsten Fear
Tilly Franklin
Simon and Claudia Goodman
Joel & Suzanne McDonald
Charles and Laura Mindenhall
Keith & Shauna Moss
Anthony & Jaqueline Todd
Ben & Susannah Whitmore
Alasdair & Elizabeth Nisbet
Verdi & Maria Israelyan

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The Campaign Committee

Parents, staff and friends of South Hampstead who have volunteered their time and expertise to help us fundraise. Project include the film, 3D model, the ‘Shine a Light’ appeal and a series of events and an auction planned for the campaign launch.

Chris Alaru, Monica Allan, Allison Bright, Steve Collisson, Leann Cripps, Michelle Curtis, Claudia Goodman Fiona Hurst, Julia Keller, Sacha Lowdermilk-Oppenheim, Jane Lyons, Ashwina Manglani, Amy Rynehart/Gelber, Lucy Sanderse, Suji Scalpello/Naik , Carly Selby, Jessica Sokel/Learmond-Criqui, Charlotte Sterling Seema Wadhwani, Sophie Whitworth