amd scholarship fund

Offering Opportunity

To honour Ann Mc Donald’s leadership of Kellett School from 1997-2019 the Ann Mc Donald Fund for bursaries and scholarships was established in 2018/19. The AMD Fund, part of the Kellett Foundation, aims to celebrate two aspects of education that are close to Ann’s heart and guided her leadership of the school – offering opportunity (bursaries) and achieving personal excellence (scholarships).

Here Ann Mc Donald explains why she believes this is so important. Please help us open up untold opportunities and pathways for children through the gift of a Kellett education by donating here.

Offering opportunity is a central commitment at Kellett and it goes beyond our student body. It extends to others in our wider community. We are fortunate to be a privileged and well-resourced community who can extend a welcome to those who do not have the means to access a Kellett education. Sharing with others is enriching for our whole community, both in the act of giving but also in the different perspectives that it exposes us to.

Kellett has always had provision for hardship bursaries for families that run into financial difficulties, and since the establishment of our Senior School in 2011 we have had a more comprehensive bursary scheme for external students without the means to attend the school. As a community we are committed to expanding our bursary provision to enable more children to develop a love of learning and confidence for life through a Kellett education.

We are working towards building an endowment fund so we can, with confidence, be able to offer bursaries for generations to come. If you would like to give the gift of a Kellett education then please consider donating here.


In under 7 years Kellett School turns 50! To mark that occasion, we are aiming to have established an endowment fund that can sustainably provide Kellett bursaries for generations to come. Our target is to have HK$12 million raised by our community that will enable us to have 14 bursary students in our school by 2026 - a fitting way to mark our coming of age.