The St Hilda’s Foundation was 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 in 2013 as a registered not-for-profit charity accepting tax deductible donations.
Girls grow up with wide-ranging dreams and one of the greatest gifts we can give them is the opportunity to learn and broaden their horizons through new life experiences. Our success depends on the support of our local community. Together we will shape strong and confident individuals who enrich our community and lead positive change in the world.
Your contribution enables us to lay the foundation that empowers our young women to become exceptional citizens and leaders.
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St Hilda’s Foundation Events
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St Hilda’s Foundation Disaster Relief
The St Hilda’s Foundation Disaster Relief initiative was created to support those in our St Hilda’s community who face great hardship due to unforeseen circumstances such as natural disasters.
Grants and Internships
Grants and Internships are available to students entering Year 11, made possible by St Hilda’s Foundation in partnership with News Corp, the Gold Coast Suns, and Triple Eight Race Engineering.
Each Grant awards the recipient with the opportunity to complete a 2-week internship; an opportunity to gain valuable experience and assist with the student’s relationship and/or application with the corresponding business after their graduation.
Each Grant includes financial support to assist the successful student’s endeavours, thanks to the generous donors of St Hilda’s Foundation.
The Rebecca Wilson News Corp Grant
The Rebecca Wilson News Corp Grant is proudly presented by the St Hilda’s Foundation each year to a current Year 11 student at St Hilda’s School with advanced skills in communications and an interest in Journalism and Public Relations.
The St Hilda’s Foundation launched the Rebecca Wilson Grant at its 2017 Business Luncheon, in partnership with News Corp.
Rebecca Wilson (1961-2016) was a renowned sports columnist, broadcaster, trailblazer in Journalism and St Hilda’s alumna.
The Gold Coast SUNS Game Day Grant
The Gold Coast Suns Game Day 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 Sports Management or Event Management.
The rise of the AFL Women’s has provided a unique opportunity to align with our local AFL Club, and share the desire to further opportunities for Women in Sport.
Triple Eight Race Engineering | New for 2021
The Triple Eight Race Engineering Grant is proudly presented by the St Hilda’s Foundation to a current Year 11 student at St Hilda’s School with an interest in Mechanical Engineering.
Engaging women in this area of is a shared vision for both St Hilda’s and Triple Eight Race Engineering. This opportunity will give girls a thrilling insight to engineering, using motorsport as a tool to give first-hand, valuable experience of every area of high-precision engineering.
Carey Lane Early Learning Centre
In 2017, the St Hilda’s Foundation established 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.
How can you help?
Your donation supports The St Hilda’s Foundation to provide support and opportunities to young women not otherwise available, via our initiatives detailed above.