The Camberwell Girls Grammar School Annual Appeal provides an important avenue to raise funds for the school’s key priorities. This year as part of the CGGS Annual Appeal, we are excited to announce the introduction of two Means-Tested Scholarships.
The Miss Dorothy Hall Scholarship and The Miss Val Dyke Scholarship will enable two students to complete Senior School (Year 7-12) at CGGS. As a member of our community, you know firsthand just how life changing this opportunity is.
Our aim is to realise both scholarships in their entirety this year. With thanks to the generosity of former student, Valerie Dyke (1962), who has pledged to double all scholarship donations (up to the value of $250,000), we believe this can be achieved.
Your help creates life changing opportunities.
Together, we will make a CGGS education accessible to two students who would otherwise not have the opportunity to attend our fine school. They will join our vibrant and diverse community and receive an education that encourages lifelong learning. These students will have the opportunity to develop and demonstrate the values, mindsets and skillsets that they require now and in the future.
We invite you to donate to the 2022 Means-Tested Scholarship Fund to assist us in providing this wonderful opportunity for two future CGGS students. Your donation, whatever the size does make a real difference and your generosity will help us reach our goal. Remember, every scholarship donation will be doubled this year meaning a $50 donation will be matched to total $100, a $500 donation will be matched to total $1,000, a $1,500 donation will be matched to total $3,000 and so forth.
We also welcome donations to our Building Fund to support the development and improvement of facilities. However, donation matching only applies to our Scholarship Fund.
Together, as a community, we can make a difference and we truly hope you will support our 2022 Annual Appeal. Any donation you make will be greatly appreciated and we thank you for your continued support of Camberwell Girls Grammar School.
Dr Nikita Weickhardt
Chair of Council
Mrs Debbie Dunwoody
Since its inception the Foundation has run a range of programs, enabling our community to play the very important part of making a difference.
The generous support of our community is central in helping the School develop and create life-changing opportunities for our students. We are thankful to each member of our community – parents, students, old grammarians, current / former staff and friends for contributing to the Foundation.