Annual Giving

Brisbane Grammar’s Annual Giving Program gives all members of the Grammar community – current, future and past parents, staff, Old Boys, friends and suppliers – the opportunity to  give a gift to the School (in support of a specified project) of an amount they feel comfortable with at the time.

Donations can be directed to the Building Fund, the Library Fund and/or  the Endowment Fund.

Gifts to the Brisbane Grammar School Building and Library Funds are tax deductible as are gifts to the Endowment Fund for needs-based bursaries.

Annual gifts to the Building Fund support smaller building projects throughout the School. In recent times, through  generous community donations, the School has been able to extend our shade facilities throughout the campus.

Gifts to the Library Fund have been used to purchase books, electronic readers (eReaders) and database subscriptions such as Encyclopedia Britannica.

The Endowment Fund supports needs-based bursaries which provide a Grammar education for boys who would otherwise be unable to attend due to financial constraints.

Australian Sports Foundation
The Australian Sports Foundation (ASF) was established by the Australian Government to assist community organisations raise funds for the development of Australian sport. The ASF is supported by the Australian Sports Commission (ASC) and is located on the ASC/AIS campus in Canberra. The ASF is listed in two Acts of Parliament and is a company limited by guarantee. The ASF has an independent Board of Directors and seven team members.

The ASF can assist Australian non-profit, incorporated and other eligible organisations such as Brisbane Grammar School Support Groups with sport related projects.

The following are suitable projects: 

  • purchase of equipment

  • facility development

  • team travel

  • hosting a major sporting event

  • sport development

Donations are made directly to the ASF (through the Development Office). The ASF issues a tax deductible receipt and then makes a grant back to the School.