Deo Duce Foundation have announced that two long standing, professional Harrow residents – Bridget Outtrim and Martin Reilly – have agreed to join the Board of Trustees.
Bridget Outtrim has lived in North Harrow for many years and has a keen interest in children’s education, supporting the schools to which her children attended and helping to establish the Salvatorian College alumni group.
She is currently a director with Savills in its Industry and Logistics team.
She said: “I am delighted to become involved in this charity and so impressed by the way Salvatorian old boys have stepped up to support local young people and give back to their community.”
Martin Reilly is a past pupil of Salvatorian College, which his two sons also attended; he has served on the school PTA as well as being a long-standing member of Old Salvatorians FC.
He recently left Keir, having been a Regional Director and has established his own construction services consultancy.
He said: “I am absolutely delighted to support the foundation and had no reservations whatsoever in accepting the invitation.
“I’ve spent much of my working life creating and providing opportunities for young people from all backgrounds and with varying skill sets and I see this role as a perfect extension of that.”
Eddy Dempsey, Chair of Trustees, welcomed the appointment of Bridget and Martin: “Between them, Bridget and Martin have a wealth of knowledge of Harrow and the needs of young people and will bring this knowledge, energy and enthusiasm to the Board to further support the development of this young charity.”
Deo Duce Foundation is a newly formed charity, being a collaboration between past pupils of the Salvatorian College and Old Salvatorians Football Club aiming to support young people in Harrow achieve their potential in conjunction with schools, other charities and social enterprises.
For further information contact:
Deo Duce Foundation: Eddy Dempsey, Trustee, 07772 816451,