The Campaign for Christ Church was launched in 2002 with an initial target of raising £30 million for selected projects and endowments over a seven year period. A third of this was directed towards the restoration of Blue Boar. By 2006/07 the total had exceeded £20 million and, following the landmark donation of £25 million from Michael Moritz (1972) and Harriet Heyman, that target has now been comfortably passed. During the course of 2007, a review was undertaken to prepare for the second phase of the Campaign. The aim was to produce a plan with extended time horizons, incorporating a complete audit of objectives, needs and resources, no longer simply addressing individual problems as they became apparent. The continuous development plan “In perpetuity” therefore marks the evolution from a finite campaign raising funds for selected individual projects, to a comprehensive programme for the whole House that also makes a clear statement of what the College stands for. Its solutions will, over time, provide an enduring solution to its continuing financial needs.
I hope that you enjoy reading our “business plan” for the House.
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