The OFGS Foundation
The core vision of our School is to equip our young people for a successful life.
The OFGS Foundation exists to support this vision, which is evident in our mission statement – Equipping our community to participate in and enjoy a culture of generosity.
To become a whole person of good character we recognise that one needs to develop a spirit of generosity – to find and give generously to something bigger than ourselves. We aim to join with the School to equip each student with a spirit of generosity as part of their character so that when they leave our care they will be contributors to society not just consumers. We believe that this can only be taught by example.
Families at Oxford Falls Grammar School are encouraged to continue making tax-deductible donations to the Foundation via voluntary donations attached to tuition fee invoices. Every dollar goes to helping our School provide the facilities that our students enjoy, while ensuring our fees remain as inclusive as possible. In addition to this, families in our School community give finances, time and/or other assistance as able, demonstrating generosity and contributing to the future of our student body.
How Can You Help?
To contribute financially, you may:
- Choose to give a regular tax-deductible donation via tuition fee invoices
- Donate a cash amount as you are able
- Attend and participate generously in annual fundraising functions such as the OFGS Foundation Dinner
- Commit to a pledge for a period of one year
- Consider a future gift in your will as a bequest to the school
You can make a donation via our online payment facility or by printing and completing the Pledge Card and returning it to Oxford Falls Grammar School, 1078 Oxford Falls Road, Oxford Falls NSW 2100. Alternatively, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
In 2011 the OFGS Foundation hosted its inaugural fundraising dinner. The School community generously donated funds for upgrades around the School. At the beginning of 2012, the OFGS Foundation used these funds to complete air conditioning the entire Junior School (K–6). This video shows the appreciation from our Junior School students to the OFGS community for ‘making their classrooms cool in summer’ and ‘warm in winter’.
C3 Church and OFGS
Over the years, the School has enjoyed a close relationship with the founding members of the School. Dr Phil Pringle and his wife, Ps Christine Pringle (Senior Ministers of C3 Church), together with the C3 Church community have supported the School through continuous prayer, vision and funding. It is through C3’s generosity and diligence that the School was first established as a ministry to the broader community. As a School we are thankful for their ongoing support.