To help those who are in need in St. Vincent and the Grenadines

Colin Tennant Statue

Leadership Giving

Colin Tennant (Lord Glenconner) bought Mustique Island in 1959, and formed the Mustique Company which today carries on his vision for the development of the Island.
Colin Tennant Statue

Glenconner Society

$100,000 or more donated or pledged over a 5 year period
  • Annual meeting with the Chairman of the Board and the Prime Minister of St. Vincent and the Grenadines
  • Annual briefing on the work of the MCF and the state of affairs of St. Vincent and the Grenadines
  • Annual visit to the MCF project sites in St. Vincent
  • The right to name any scholarship fund to which you contribute $10,000
  • Invitation to the annual reception in New York
  • Copy of the annual newsletter
  • Listing as a member of the Glenconner Society in the newsletter and website

Anyone who reaches an aggregate of $1 million in donations to Mustique Charitable Foundation will be recognized as a lifetime member of the Glenconner Society.

Glenconner Society Members

Tatiana and Gerret Copeland
Kathy and William Doyle
Karen and Hamish Easton
The Elena and Scott Shliefer Foundation

Melissa and Gregory Fleming
DS Fredericks and Eli Zabar
Lorna and Edwin Goodman
Jocelin G. Hamblett
Dee and Tommy Hilfiger
Mary Wells Lawrence
Shelly and Anthony Malkin
Peter Lynch
Bruce and Jim Murray
Sarah and Craig Richardson
The Stroll Family
Thomas W. Toomey
Nancy Young and Paul Ford

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