PARENTS LUNCH AT THE FOUNTAIN 1 OCTOBER 2022
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After a two-year hiatus from meeting and mingling with fellow members of the DSG community, we are delighted to announce that this year we will be hosting a Parent’s Lunch during Balloon Week.
We look forward to you enjoying some fine Eastern Cape hospitality in the heart of our beautiful campus, whilst making connections and getting to know one another.
At the event, there will be some wonderful giveaways for those who are members of the 150 Club.
What to expect on the day –
Dress Code: Elegantly Comfy
Bar closes: 15h30
Other information: Regrettably, the lunch is for parents only, a get-together designed for parents to have the opportunity to connect and mingle after 2 long years!
All DSG girls will have lunch as usual in the Nonie Mullins Dining Hall. Siblings are welcome to join their sisters for lunch at a minimal cost which will be deducted from your school account.
Why the 150 Club?
Whilst we head towards celebrating DSG’s extraordinary 150 years in 2024, we must be cognizant of our responsibility to maintain our “magic formula” of our diverse sisterhood which brings together girls from all walks of life. In order to uphold the character and integrity of our much-loved school, the Future Leader’s Fund was born in 2021 whose primary goal is to give high-potential girls access to a world-class education at DSG. It comprises of various initiatives one of which include the 150 Club.
What is the 150 Club?
The 150 Club is a monthly subscription payment of R150. Subscribers then fall part of a termly draw of a minimum of R1000 which will grow as the subscriber base grows. You are able to cancel your subscription after a cooling-off period of 4 months. This enables our broader DSG community to be part of the journey in offering the education access to high potential girls who would not ordinarily have had the opportunity.