The Shore Foundation is committed to supporting Shore to achieve its vision to be the leading comprehensive school in Australia.
We continue to focus investment and energy into the four following areas:
1. Scholarships and Bursaries
2. Learning Support
3. Teacher Development
4. Capital requirements
Fundraising - Through donations, gifts and events.
Friend-raising - Through effective communication and service to the School community, including past students, parents, families and friends.
Bequests - To actively encourage those who can to bequeath assets to The Shore Foundation.
Management - To manage invested funds to optimise long term growth and security.
A message from the Shore Foundation President
To uphold our integrity and to ensure our programmes and events are in-line with our mission, we constantly reflect on our primary role, this being to assist the School to achieve its vision to be the leading comprehensive school in Australia.
It is this vision that drives our commitment to programmes such as the capital campaign for the new RAI Grant Physical Education Centre, the Headmaster's Scholarship and Bursary Programme, our Country Boarders and Indigenous students and the Inclusion department. Foundation events are popular with the Shore Community. These include the Icebreaker, our All Sports Lunch and also the Garden Party.
We are very grateful to all our donors and supporters for allowing us to provide more opportunities and extra assistance for our students. In 2020 50% of year 7 Country Boarders will be receiving Foundation support. We also look forward to welcoming 5 new Indigenous students, also supported by the Foundation.
We look forward to continuing our partnership with the Shore community, to achieve the best possible outcomes for all students.
MR TONY YOUNG
The Shore Foundation Limited was established as a Public Company by The Council of Sydney Church of England Grammar School (Shore) in 1976. The Foundation comprises members of the Shore community and its affairs are managed in accordance with its Constitution. Click HERE to view our Constitution
The role of The Shore Foundation is to assist and support the School to develop and maintain excellence in education, facilities and community service at Shore. The Foundation’s affairs are managed by the Board of Directors providing the necessary direction for its programmes and day-to-day activities.
President - Mr Tony Young
Vice President - Mr Drew Hall
Vice President - Mrs Melissa Widner
Honorary Treasurer - Mr Stephen Coakley
Honorary Secretary - Mr Patrick Joyce
Dr John Mulcahy
Mr Doug Ferguson
Ms Danielle Avery
Executive Director and OBU Representative - Mr David Mason-Jones
Chairman, School Council - Rev Stuart Holman
Headmaster - Dr Timothy Petterson
School Council Representative - Dr Greggory Burrow
The Foundation is grateful for the friends and benefactors who have shown outstanding service and exceptional generosity to Shore. Please click HERE to view the Foundation Honours.