The Chevalier College Foundation is the primary conduit for philanthropic support of the college’s educational mission and its capital development.
The Foundation was formally established in 2011 following the work of several years by the Development Sub-Committee of the College Board. The Foundation Council administers three deductible gift recipient funds approved by the Australian Taxation Office. These funds are able to issue receipts qualifying any donations made to them as tax deductible for amounts over $2.
The three funds are:
Foundation Council Members:
Chevalier College Principal
Foundation Council Chair and Board Member and Chevalier Class of 1968
Board Chair and Chevalier Class of 1961
The Community Liaison & Development Office (CL&D) was established in 2012. The main objective of the CL&D Office is to harness the external support for Chevalier College from its stakeholders, the community and government to ensure the future growth and development of the college.
The CL&D Office works closely with the Chevalier College Foundation and Chevalier Past Students. The office is the college’s primary contact point for developing partnerships with business, industry and government, managing fundraising and receiving donations, and communicating with past students or other community supporters.
The Community Liaison & Development Office are able to be contacted:
Manager – Community Liaison & Development
Phone: (02) 4861 0549
Assistant – Community Liaison & Development
Phone: (02) 4861 0519
Fundraising activities for the college also take place via the ParentCONNECT program.
ParentConnect provides many opportunities for our parents and caregivers to become involved in College life. Opportunities to socialise, to be a spectator, to assist coaching and management of sport teams, to help out with performing arts events, to support fundraising events and donate to appeals – just to mention a few areas. In years past, Chevalier College was fortunate to have a very strong Parents & Friends Association, which undertook successful commitment to organising special fundraising events. Being part of this association meant being committed to attending numerous meetings and holding positions of office. While in the past this format worked very well, in more recent years, this became more and more of a burden and difficult to maintain until, in 2013, the formal P&F ceased.
Our current approach is to encourage our families to become involved in individual projects – giving of their time and expertise. We hope you will find a project you can contribute to and enjoy!