Annual Giving

Throughout Pulteney’s long history, much development has been made possible by the generosity of Old Scholars, current and past parents, staff members and friends of the School.

What is Annual Giving?

In order to improve facilities for our students, Pulteney relies on the much appreciated tradition of community support. The aim is to provide funds for modest and achievable projects each year. The rapid and ongoing rebirth of Pulteney’s facilities has been made possible, to a large degree, by this assistance. I ask you to share our vision for the development of the School by joining me in supporting each Annual Giving Appeal.

This appeal offers all within the Pulteney community an opportunity to contribute to a variety of projects that will enhance the learning experience of Pulteney students.

How much might I give?

Gifts to Annual Giving do not have to be large, if every person made a gift of just $50 we would raise in excess of $250,000! Imagine what we could achieve with that every year.

As all donations to Annual Giving are tax deductable, most are given prior to 30 June. Donors will be recognised individually in our magazine, news@pulteney and in the School Year Book.

How will my gift be spent?

Your gift will be spent on the area that you choose.
The Foundation’s two tax deductable funds are:

  • The Scholarship Fund, which enables us to provide an education to students with a wide diversity of backgrounds and talents, some of whom would not otherwise be able to attend Pulteney.
  • The Building Fund, which supports smaller but significant facilities projects.

In addition we have, under the auspices of the Australian Sports Foundation, a tax deductable Boat Replacement Fund, which supports rowing at Pulteney. You may like to choose a particular fund or alternatively, you may choose to allow the School to decide for you, based on the popularity of the different projects. 

Whatever your choice, you can be assured that we will honour your decision.

Online Giving

Should you wish to donate on line please click here.

Mark Bourchier,
Director of The Pulteney Foundation