Impact of Giving

When you give to The Friends’ School you help us make extraordinary things happen for our students.

Impact of Giving Report 2023

The Impact of Giving 2023 report acknowledges all those who support the School and is our chance to show the School’s gratitude. At The Friends’…

Impact of Giving Report 2022

The Impact of Giving 2022 report acknowledges and celebrates the wonderful outcomes made possible by the generous contributions of time and financial support from the…

Impact of Giving Report 2021

The Impact of Giving report is a snapshot of giving (such as donations) throughout the year and the impact that it has had on our…

Impact of Giving 2020

In this second edition of our Impact of Giving Report we acknowledge and thank all those who donated gifts of time or funds during 2020.…

Impact of Giving Report 2019

The Impact of Giving report is a snapshot of giving (such as donations) throughout the year and the impact that it has had on our…

An exemplary life of giving and caring inspires a generous gift for Friends’

In September 2019, community members Stephanie Reeves and David Reeves gave a transformational gift of $200,000 to Friends’ to assist with the upcoming Campus Redevelopment…

2018 Donors
Philanthropy and service are core values at The Friends' School and in our community. More than 400 community members donated to our giving programs during 2018 and we gratefully acknowledge these gifts.
Friends’ Together 2018
We are delighted to report that during Friends Together 2018 our generous community raised $36,185.
Volunteers Thank You Event
In 2018 more than 200 community members gave their time to School programs and events, co-curricular groups and teams, committees, classrooms, excursions and the School archives.
Bell Street Grounds
In 1955 the Cadbury Charitable Trust, Birmingham, England, donated £6,250 to the School.
Joe Mounsey’s Parting Gift
Some wonderful (and very large) artwork was installed at our Clemes Campus in 2017. This beautiful piece, depicting the waratah from our School crest, was produced and donated to the School by Old Scholar, Joe Mounsey (2017).
Richard Revell
Richard Revell (1953) attended The Friends’ School as a Boarder from 1950 to 1951.
Dawn Sharif
When Dawn’s grandson Alex started in Prep in 2014, Dawn offered to do ‘grandparent help’ in the classroom.
Ruth Bernard
The following is a letter the school received recently from Old Scholar, Ruth Bernard.
Justin Burns-Nichols
Justin Burns-Nichols grew up in Queenstown in the north-west of Tasmania. From an early age, Justin knew he wanted to be a Geologist and that the only way to get where he wanted to go, was through education.