THE GIPPSLAND GRAMMAR FOUNDATION
Established in 1985, the Gippsland Grammar Foundation is the fundraising arm of the School, raising funds for capital works. The Foundation is a separate, incorporated legal entity administered by a voluntary Committee of Management, with members made up of parents, former students, staff and friends of Gippsland Grammar.
In recent years the Foundation has contributed significant funds to the building of the Chapel of St Anne, the Information Services Centre, the new boarding facility, Blackwood House, the Laurie Payne Sports Centre and the Years 3/4 Learning Centre, currently under construction at St Anne’s.
Fundraising efforts are now focused on a multi-million dollar, Performing Arts Centre at Garnsey campus, the opening of which will coincide with the School's centennary celebrations in 2024.
President: Brendan Shepherd (1984)
Vice-President: Katy Dray (1990)
Treasurer and Acting Secretary: Melissa Farley (1987)