Lord Anthony St John of Bletso
Why I became a Patron
Giveall provides the platform to assist every Charity small and large. Small Charities are the life blood of our community and often can have the most impact within a society. What really attracted me to Giveall was their philosophy of "going where giving should."
At a time of donor fatigue and when the demands of smaller Charities are constantly increasing, Giveall assists me as a Trustee of the Alexandra Rose Charity (and other charities with which I am involved with) to fulfill a vital role in supporting their fundraising activities. I joined the Charity as a Patron to add my support to this most worthwhile cause.
Anthony Tudor St John, 22nd Baron St John of Bletso, is a British peer, businessman and solicitor. He is one of the ninety hereditary peers elected to remain in the House of Lords after the House of Lords Act 1999 and spokesman on African affairs, deregulation, financial services and information technology. Born to the 21st Baron St John of Bletso, he succeeded to his father's titles in 1978.