Gippsland Grammar has been part of the fabric of Gippsland, in one guise or another, since the Church of England Girls’ School was founded in 1924. Through global economic cycles of boom and bust, World Wars and the digital revolution, Gippsland Grammar has continued to grow and evolve to become the leading provider of quality, Independent education that it is today.
We haven’t arrived here by chance. The School we are today is the result of the hard work and generosity of our forebears.
If we are to continue to grow and maintain best practise in Independent education, we need the active support of education champions—members of the Gippsland Grammar community, who understand the value of Independent education, and the broader socio-economic role that a strong Independent School plays in the community.
Your gift is an opportunity for you to help shape the future of Gippsland Grammar; and it is an opportunity for Gippsland Grammar to recognise and honour the lasting contribution that you have made to your School and the broader Gippsland community.
Our Development Co-ordinator would be delighted to speak with you to discuss your wishes. The scope and impact of your gift is only limited by your imagination.
Planning ahead ensures that we can work together to create a lasting legacy, with appropriate levels of recognition for you and your family—now and in the future.
Our Development Co-ordinator, Sarah Guinness, can be contacted on 5143 6388 for an obligation free discussion about your wishes.
It's as easy as leaving an instruction in your Will. The wording is important and we recommend speaking to your family and your solicitor. Here's an example.
"I give to Gippsland Grammar Foundation Building Fund, ABN 37 370 248 232, for its general purposes and free of all duties,
a) All of my residuary estate
b) __________percentage of my residuary estate
c) The sum of $ ____________
d) (list asset or assets)
An authorised receipt from Gippsland Grammar Foundation Building Fund will be a sufficient discharge for the executor(s) or trustee, who will not be bound to see to the application of this gift”.