Giving @ Grammar
Ipswich Girls’ Grammar School including Ipswich Junior Grammar School was built on the foundation of community.
Our community now extends far beyond our 127-year-old gates, and our more than 17,000 graduates have made their mark on the world in more ways than we could have ever imagined.
To remain at the forefront of education it takes planning, change and constant improvement – always striving to build and provide more for each student who attends Ipswich Girls’ and Junior Grammar School.
Philanthropy influences the future of our school. Our capacity to plan and build for the future is enhanced when our community rallies and supports our Annual Giving Appeal. Donations significantly boost our ability to improve exceptional resources and facilities for our students.
Over the years we have undertaken many projects throughout the campus which have been made possible solely through the generous donations of our community, which has benefitted our students: past, present and future.
How can you become involved in improving the future of our school?
You can make a tax deductible donation to several areas of the School. It’s common that we receive donations for specific projects that are important to the benefactor. Perhaps you have fond memories in the Library, or perhaps you relish Speech Night or Presentation Night.
Provides funds for capital works projects and refurbishments. Our focus for this year is to complete a full renovation of the Senior Library and to improve outdoor play facilities for our Junior Grammar boys and girls.
Provides students with access to the latest literary resources. Our Libraries are a haven for many students who enjoy the quiet space to study, read and reflect.
This fund maintains our ability to offer a generous scholarship and bursary program, enabling many students to attend our school who otherwise may not be able to. The fund also provides support for Speech Night and Presentation Night prizes, where our students are publicly recognised for their diligence each year.
This fund is a special one. Sometimes in life circumstances change, unfortunate events occur and it is out of our control. This fund is available for the School to provide financial relief to current families in situations of need, at the Principal’s discretion.
On behalf of the students, and the generations of students to come, we thank you for your support and the opportunities you enable us to provide. For more information or a confidential discussion about Giving @ Grammar please contact our Director of Enrolments and Community Relations on phone +61 (07) 3454 4456 or email email@example.com.
Principal’s Circle Donors
During the School’s 125th year, the capital appeal raised funds for the restoration and rejuvenation of the School’s heritage listed main building. Generous donors made this project possible, for which the School is incredibly grateful.
Ways to Give
1. Giving Online
Make a donation online with your credit card here.
2. Giving by Phone
Donate over the phone by calling our Accounts Office, or request details for a bank transfer. Phone +61 (07) 3454 4416.
3. Giving by Post
Send a cheque made payable to Ipswich Girls’ Grammar School addressed to: Director of Enrolments & Community Relations, Ipswich Girls’ Grammar School, PO Box 16, East Ipswich, Qld, 4305. Please include your return address details so we can mail your tax receipt.
*Donations over $2 made to these Funds are tax deductible.
If you have any questions about our 2019 Annual Capital Appeal, or for a confidential discussion regarding your gift, please contact the Director of Enrolments & Community Relations on +61 (7) 3454 4456.
More about Giving @ Ipswich Girls’ Grammar School
Bequests represent an investment in the future of our students and the quality of their education, whilst also being a meaningful way to recognise your connection to Ipswich Girls’ Grammar School.
A bequest is a provision in your Will, which specifically reserves part of your estate to a particular beneficiary. It offers an especially valuable contribution by providing a lasting, positive impact on the School community long into the future. It is an enduring contribution that can make a significant difference to the lives of others and create a legacy that can honour you, your family, or someone close to you, for generations to come. Please view further details about our bequest program in the below Legacy Giving@Grammar brochure, or contact the Director of Enrolments and Community relations for a confidential discussion at firstname.lastname@example.org or phone +61 7 3454 4456.