Gregory Terrace Foundation
The role of the Gregory Terrace Foundation is to nurture our culture of philanthropy amongst parents, Old Boys and friends of the College to raise financial support to fund various developments at St Joseph's College, Gregory Terrace.
The current Gregory Terrace Foundation Board Directors are:
- Mr Damian Wright (GT 1983) - Chair
- Mr John Clifford - Deputy Chair
- Br Ted Walker
- Dr Michael Carroll
- Mrs Louise Griffin
- Mr Anthony Joseph (GT 1993)
- Mrs Sarah Kelly
- Ms Christine Maher
- Mrs Mary Macuga
- Dr Tony Mills (GT 1986)
- Mr Adam Read
- Mrs Andrea Splatt
- Mr David Stirling (GT 1965)
- Mr Michael Maranta (GT 1978)
- Dr George Hopkins (GT 1984)
A spirit of philanthropy has not only been a significant part of Terrace's history, it is at the heart of who we are. Ever since the Christian Brothers established the College in 1875, Terrace boys have benefitted from a broad tapestry of support from throughout the College Family. Gifts ensure that the College remains true to our founder’s vision as a vital and successful educational institution. Terrace's Spring Hill Campus, Waterford Place Learning Centre, Maroon Outdoor Education Centre, Tennyson Playing Fields and the College Bursary Program have all benefitted from the generosity of generations of Terracians.
Every member of the Terrace community is invited to invest in the ongoing development of our College by contributing their own personal gift towards the area/s of their choice.2018 Donor Thank You ListPledge CampaignEdmund Rice Bursary Fund1987 Class Bursary Campaign1971 Class Bursary CampaignBuilding FundTennyson Take a Seat Campaign
Gifts of all sizes are greatly appreciated as they make a difference in the lives of Terrace Gentlemen. For more information on any aspect of our new approach to nurturing a culture of philanthropy, please contact the Development Office.
Mrs Lea Walker-Franks - Director of Development
Phone: +617 3214 5210
This provides the opportunity to make tax-deductible donations to the Building Fund. To set up a pledge gift schedule, or for further information, please contact Mrs Carol Stephens, Foundation Administration Officer on +617 3214 5212. Once a pledge schedule has been set up with the Foundation, and a donor number issued, donors may click the 'donate now' link below to make their periodic donation.Donate Now
Annual Giving - Edmund Rice Bursary Fund (ERBF)
Run in conjunction with the Gregory Terrace Old Boys' Association, this fund provides the wider Terrace Family with the opportunity to contribute an annual, tax-deductible gift in support of this needs-based bursary. The ERBF currently fully funds 23 students who would not otherwise be able to receive a Terrace education. Delores and Deng (pictured) are graduates of this outreach program. Both are currently undertaking tertiary studies.Donate Now
1987 Class Bursary Campaign
The Class of 1987 are the first Gregory Terrace year group supporting a cohort-based bursary concept. Every member of the 1987 class is invited to ‘Join the Journey’ with their own personal best gift towards the inaugural 1987 Class Bursary. Contributions will help the College secure the College Bursary Program, assisting the College in achieving its vision to provide an outstanding education for Terrace Gentlemen. Donations to the 1987 Class Bursary are tax-deductible through the Gregory Terrace Foundation.1987 Class Bursary Donate Now1987 Class Bursary Information Package1987 Class Bursary FAQ
The Class of 1971 Bursary Campaign
The Class of 1971 are the second year group supporting a cohort-based bursary concept. Donations to the 1971 Class Bursary are tax-deductible through the Gregory Terrace Foundation. Every member of the 1971 class is invited to ‘Join the Journey’ with their own personal best gift towards the 1971 Class Bursary - helping the College secure the College Bursary Program and achieve its vision to provide an outstanding education for Terrace Gentlemen.1971 Class Bursary Donate Now1971 Class Bursary Information Package
Annual Giving - Building Fund
Run in conjunction with the Gregory Terrace Old Boys' Association, this fund affords the wider Terrace community the opportunity to contribute an annual, tax-deductible gift in support of the acquisition, construction and maintenance of buildings on the three campuses: Spring Hill including Waterford Place, Tennyson Playing Fields, and Maroon Outdoor Education Centre.Donate Now
A bequest made in your Will, no matter the size, is an opportunity to invest in the future of Terrace. It will make a difference in young men’s lives, and enable you to leave a legacy of compassion and care that will live on for many years to come.
A bequest can be made in a variety of ways – property, a fixed monetary sum, shares or bonds, insurance policy or a percentage of an estate.
If you would like further information, or would like to have a confidential discussion about making a bequest, please contact Mrs Lea Walker-Franks - Director of Development.
Tennyson "Take a Seat" Campaign
After the devastating floods of 2011, the Foundation made a commitment to assist the College in the repair and refurbishment of the Tennyson Playing Fields. In 2013 the Foundation launched the Tennyson Campaign, which included the offer to "Take a Seat". This campaign provided the wider Terrace Family the opportunity to record their name in the history of St Joseph's College by donating a named seat in the new Old Boys' Grandstand. All donations made to this fund are tax-deductible. To date, this campaign has funded the building of a new 1000-seat grandstand, the refurbishment and extension of the Rodgers Pavilion, spacious new change rooms, picket fence, floodlighting and electronic scoreboard. This exciting project was blessed and opened on 26 July 2014. There are still limited opportunities to become involved in the ongoing redevelopment of the Tennyson Fields by donating a named seat.
Mrs Lea Walker-Franks
Director of Development
+617 3214 email@example.com