A rich tradition of giving at Ivanhoe Grammar School can be traced back to 1919 when Reverend Sydney Buckley’s vision of expanding the School from a small one of 37 students, created in 1915, led to the purchase of the site on which the School now stands. This purchase would not have been made possible without the generosity of both the Diocesan Board and friends of the School. Since that time, a strong tradition of generosity for the benefit of future generations of Ivanhoe students has become an important part of the culture at Ivanhoe.
A robust and well supported philanthropic program is vital for keeping Ivanhoe at the fore-front of independent schooling. Philanthropic support allows the School to confidently invest in students, first-class facilities and resources that enhance the Ivanhoe experience for all students. Every gift, of every size makes a real and positive impact at Ivanhoe.
There are several ways you can actively support the students of Ivanhoe
The annual giving program provides all members of our community with an opportunity to support projects of immediate need within the School. Gifts to IvanhoeGiving can be directed towards scholarships, learning resources, building projects (all tax deductible) or the School’s Cambodian Service project.
The gift of education for talented students who could not otherwise consider Ivanhoe.
It is through philanthropic support that Ivanhoe can confidently commit to providing resources and infrastructure necessary to facilitate contemporary learning.
Invest in Ivanhoe’s future generations through a bequest.
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