Making a gift

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Melbourne Grammar School is built on the legacy of others. The generosity of previous generations underpins the education our students enjoy today. It is only through our continued partnerships with parents, Old Melburnians and friends that future generations of students continue to have access to the best opportunities.

We recognise that each donor has unique financial situations and philanthropic goals. Contact us for more information about giving options.

Give in a way that suits you

Give online to the area of your choice:

Access Scholarships

First Nations Scholarships

Exceptional Staff


Sculpture Walk

Melbourne Grammar Future Fund

By mail:   Download and send our giving form or send a cheque with a letter providing your contact details.

In person:   We would be pleased to meet with you to discuss your giving options. Contact us to arrange an appointment.

By recognising the School in your Will:   Find out more

Through corporate giving programs:   Contact the Human Resources department in your workplace for more information or contact us to discuss your options.

From outside Australia:   Contact us to find out more or discuss the options available to you.

Create a new scholarship or bursary

Scholarships and bursaries provide opportunities to talented and deserving students from all walks of life to access the transformative educational experience that is available at Melbourne Grammar School.

By creating a scholarship or bursary, you can have a real and immediate impact on the life of a student.

There are a number of ways scholarships and bursaries can operate.  Contact us to find out more.

Continue your legacy with a bequest

Including Melbourne Grammar School in your Will ensures your donation will support the School into the future, without affecting your financial circumstances today. And, if you let us know that you have made this inclusion, you will have the benefit of being kept informed of how your gift could make an impact.

Bequests can support any of our four philanthropic priorities or go towards an area of your choice. Find out more about creating your bequest.

My father was a donor to the School when I was there, so I suppose it has been a tradition I have wanted to continue. I have always believed it is important to bring children up to give more than they take.

Jamie Gray (OM 1976)