Giving to Trinity
Trinity proudly offers an education that each student can draw upon to inspire and influence him through life, and which will also pave the way to all future learning. Funds from our generous philanthropic community are used to update facilities and provide outstanding educational resources and authentic learning opportunities to prepare our boys to meet the challenges of the future, in a climate of change.
Many of you have already benefited from the learning journey we provide at Trinity. Giving is a very personal decision, you may choose many different ways to support your School. This is the great advantage of private giving; choosing a meaningful project which ensures your gift can be as individual and flexible as you wish. There are all kinds of givers out there, and there is room – and need – for all of them. We invite you to consider giving something back so that future generations of young people may benefit, and in turn, go out into the world around them to benefit others.
Make a Gift
The funds you might like to consider are as follows:
- Building Fund
For the ongoing building upgrades, renewal and development of Trinity Grammar School buildings and playing grounds.
- Trinity Scholarship Fund
As we continue to adapt and respond to current and future challenges as a result of the ever-changing fall out from COVID-19, there is an even greater need for scholarships and endowments to ensure that an education at Trinity remains accessible to the greatest number of students possible.
- Indigenous Scholarship Fund
The Indigenous Scholarship Program is part of our commitment to Indigenous Australia. The School provides up to four places a year for Indigenous Australian boys.
- Gold Mitre Scholarship Fund
Awarded to the son of an Old Trinity Grammarian in conjunction with and at the discretion of the Principal.
- DM Marles Scholarship Fund
Financial Hardship Scholarship awarded at the discretion of the Principal.
- St Paul’s Choristers’ Scholarship Fund
Based on involvement in the St Paul’s Choir and performance as a probationer. This Scholarship is supported jointly by the School and St Paul’s Cathedral.
- Library Resources Fund
Supporting Library and IT resources.
Leaving a gift in your will is a way for you to support the future of Trinity Grammar School, Kew.
How can you become involved?
If you would like to discuss how to support the ongoing education of our boys at Trinity Grammar School, Kew, please contact Kathy Hines, Advancement Manager,
on + 61 3 9851 9498 or via email to firstname.lastname@example.org