In December 2000 the Historic Town of St. George and its Related Fortifications were deemed to be of “Outstanding Universal Value” and thereby became designated a World Heritage Site (WHS) by the United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO)! The Historic Towne of St. George and its Related Fortifications are outstanding, but an undervalued Bermuda national treasure for culture, education, the environment and our economy. As this is poorly known, the importance and its potential is overlooked. The St. George’s Foundation wishes to change this perception, and we aim to raise the profile of Bermuda’s World Heritage Site at home and abroad. To do this, we will seek collaborative agencies and interested parties and bring them into the fold to look after and protect our Island’s World Heritage Sites for future generations.
In 1999 the St. George’s Foundation was formed, and in 2019 to 2020 after completing an exhaustive restructure, the St. George’s Foundation is ready to proceed with its new mission and we invite you to join us!
To support Bermuda’s UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Historic Town of St. George and its Related Fortifications, through Collaboration, Education, and Awareness.
The St. George’s Foundation is registered with the Bermuda’s Charities Commission as a charitable organization under Charity License #454 (on February 24th, 1997) and as a Company Limited by Guarantee (in 2019).
Board of Directors –
Cheryl Hayward-Chew – Director Chairman
Louise Wakefield – Director Deputy Chairman
Peter Barrett – Director Treasurer
Wendy Percy – Director Secretary
Neil Moncrieff – Director
Quinnell Francis – Director
Stephen Lowe – Director
Bye-Laws – The Bye-Laws of The St. George’s Foundation
This year our AGM was held on October 29, 2020. Our annual accounts and reports for 2019-20 can be found here.
Our next AGM will be held in Q4 2021. Details will be provided closer to the time.
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