Since its inception, a culture of giving has helped to sustain an environment of educational excellence at St Peters. A well-resourced Future Foundation will ensure the College can continue to provide the best opportunities for a holistic education of every student.

Mission

To ensure the financial security of the College by developing a commitment to philanthropy and a spirit of generosity within the College community.

Objectives

Assist the College in maintaining and upgrading its facilities; ensure enrolment fees are contained at an affordable level; provide additional support to our community when needed.

St Peters Performing Arts Centre

PurposeAmount raised
Capital Campaign$750,000
Take A Seat Appeal$149,000
Grand Piano Appeal$142,500

Scholarships

PurposeAmount raised
Rural Leadership Scholarship$115,000 pa
Indigenous Scholarship$15,000
Star Seeker Scholarship (from 2018) $20,000 pa

Contact our Future Foundation Office:

  • to make a tax-deductible pledge;
  • to donate artwork, or any other gifts in kind; or
  • if you consider leaving St Peters a bequest in your will.

Kathrin Hofmann, Foundation Manager
E: foundation@stpeters.qld.edu.au
T: +61 7 3377 6501

For further information or enquiries, please contact our Future Foundation Office:

Kathrin Hofmann, Foundation Manager
E: k.hofman@stpeters.qld.edu.au
T: +61 7 3377 6501

Ross Roy House
66 Harts Road
Indooroopilly Qld 4068

Postal
PO Box 111
INDOOROOPILLY QLD 4068

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Foundation Funds

BUILDING FUND

Gifts to the Building Fund contribute to the development and refurbishment of buildings at St Peters Lutheran College Indooroopilly, Springfield and Ironbark to support academic excellence.

Contact

Kathrin Hofmann, Foundation Manager
E: k.hofman@stpeters.qld.edu.au
T: +61 7 3377 6501

SCHOLARSHIP FUND

Your gift to the Scholarship Fund will create new learning opportunities for students who, without financial support, may not be able to access a St Peters education. You could help change the life of a child by giving them the advantage of a St Peters Lutheran College education.

Contact

Kathrin Hofmann, Foundation Manager
E: k.hofman@stpeters.qld.edu.au
T: +61 7 3377 6501

HELPING HANDS FUND

A gift to the Helping Hands Fund will help provide financial relief to individuals or families in times of severe hardship. The Helping Hands Fund is proudly endorsed by St Peters Old Scholars Association (SPOSA). Old Scholars are asked to consider giving to the Helping Hands Fund to safeguard the education of those experiencing adversity.

Contact

Kathrin Hofmann, Foundation Manager
E: k.hofman@stpeters.qld.edu.au
T: +61 7 3377 6501

FUTURE FUND

By selecting to donate to the Future Fund, you allow the Future Foundation to direct your gift to the Helping Hands, Scholarship and/or Building Funds, on the basis of need.

Contact

Kathrin Hofmann, Foundation Manager
E: k.hofman@stpeters.qld.edu.au
T: +61 7 3377 6501

Over the last decade, education leaders and thinkers around the world have investigated closely how children learn and the learning environments that are most conducive to student learning.

Modern learning environments need to provide spaces that are agile, flexible and adaptable, allowing students to move fluidly between whole class, small group, and individual learning.

St Peters will, over the coming years, be embarking on a journey of repurposing current classrooms and transforming them into agile, dynamic, contemporary learning spaces that incorporate the very best of what we know about how students learn.

You are invited to contribute to this exciting process, by contributing to the Building Fund.

scholarships change lives

Every contribution that is made can make a difference. This difference can positively impact the journey of today’s and future generations of students as we continue to enhance our educational and co-curricular environment.

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