St Peters Lutheran College was established at Indooroopilly by the Lutheran Church in 1945 with 56 boarding students. Today, the College is an internationally focused school that provides co-educational opportunities for 2,400 students from all parts of the globe. St Peters Lutheran College is also a home away from home to 150 boarders from rural and regional Queensland as well as overseas.
With the generosity of our old scholars, current and past parents and friends of St Peters, the College can direct funds to vital projects that otherwise might not receive funding. These contributions will help maintain and improve facilities, enhance academic and co-curricular programs and enrich the teaching and learning experiences of our students. In short, a well-resourced Foundation ensures the St Peters Lutheran College can provide the best opportunities for a holistic education of every student.
Whether you choose to support the construction or maintenance of educational facilities to enhance academic excellence, to assist talented students who may have difficulty accessing a St Peters education, to support members of our community in their time of temporary need, or to make provision for the College in your will, you can be assured that your gift – no matter how big or small – will directly benefit our students.
Your gift to the Scholarship Fund will create new learning opportunities for students who, without financial support, may not be able to access a St Peters education. You could help change the life of a child by giving them the advantage of a St Peters Lutheran College education.
Gifts to the St Peters Lutheran Colleges Building Fund contribute to the development and refurbishment of buildings at St Peters Lutheran College Indooroopilly, Springfield and Ironbark to support academic excellence.
Helping Hands Fund
A gift to the Helping Hands Fund will help provide financial relief to individuals or families in times of severe hardship. The Helping Hands Fund is proudly endorsed by St Peters Old Scholars Association (SPOSA). Old Scholars are asked to consider giving to the Helping Hands Fund to safeguard the education of those experiencing adversity.
By selecting to donate to the Future Fund, you allow the Foundation to direct your gift to the Helping Hands, Scholarship and/or Building Funds, according to most need.
Do you have any queries or would like to donate artwork or any other gifts in kind, make a pledge or consider leaving St Peters in your will? Our Director of Community Engagement, Mr Ross Thomson, is looking forward to hearing from you on +61 7 3377 6222 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.