St Hilda’s Foundation Board
Chairman: Leeanne Cowley
Directors: Professor Susan Brandis, Rebecca Frizelle, Michael Beddoes, Luke Henderson, Thea Jeanes-Cochrane.
Secretary: Paul Salter
Non Nobis Solum ABN: 70 639 571 820
St Hilda’s Foundation has been established to bring communities together to support young women to dream and to achieve.
The School environment has been developed over more than 100 years through the generosity of past communities and the support of the Anglican Diocese. To aid this generosity, the St Hilda’s Foundation was established as a charitable organisation accepting tax deductible donations.
In 2017, the St Hilda’s Foundation invested funds into purchasing Carey Lane Early Learning Centre, an Anglican, not-for-profit childcare centre, to broaden and enhance the School community. Funds from the centre are used to support the St Hilda’s Community via the Foundation.
The St Hilda’s Foundation is proud to launch the St Hilda’s Foundation Disaster Relief initiative, created to support those in our St Hilda’s community who face great hardship due to unforeseen circumstances such as natural disasters.
How can you help?
Your donation will provide crucial, life-changing relief to our affected families in a time of distress. Click below to DONATE NOW and learn more.
To find out more about giving to St Hilda’s Foundation, please contact the Secretary on (07) 5577 7213 or click here to send an email.
The Rebecca Wilson Newscorp Grant is proudly presented by the St Hilda’s Foundation each year to a current Year 11 Student at St Hilda’s School with an interest in Journalism.
The St Hilda’s Foundation supports the building and maintenance of innovative and sustainable learning and employment environments.
We invite you to join us at our annual St Hilda’s Foundation Events: Race Day, Legacy Luncheon and Business Luncheon. Click the images below to read more about attending and supporting our charitable events.
Carey Lane Early Learning Centre, located adjacent St Hilda’s School, is an Anglican, not-for-profit child care centre for boys and girls aged 6 weeks to 5 years. Funds from Carey Lane ELC are used to support St Hilda’s School students via the Foundation.
Thank you to our generous sponsors for their continued support.