Embedded in our culture is the philosophy of giving back. We teach our girls that education is precious and the education they receive at St Hilda’s will allow them to shine.

Our generous donors ensure the school continues to evolve and flourish into the future.

St Hilda’s allows girls to find their passion and shine. This requires investment in programs that explore new teaching methodologies that give our students an educational advantage. Contemporary buildings and facilities need to be maintained to ensure a safe and modern environment for students today and tomorrow.

A comprehensive needs-based scholarship program provides access to those who deserve an educational opportunity beyond their current situation.

Be a donor and help St Hilda’s to continue to provide an exemplary education to girls in Western Australia.

All donations are fully tax-deductible. To find out how you might contribute to shaping the future of St Hilda’s, please email or call Kellie Hasluck on 08 9285 4100 to find out more.

Scholarships - General Excellence, Indigenous and Boarding

A donation of any size will make a difference to a child’s life, opening up opportunities and offering educational opportunities they could only dream about. Our scholarships are needs-based so you know that your donation is going to a family who needs it most.

Heritage Centre

The Heritage Centre will be a special place that honours the history and the legacy of the school. Situated in the original farm house, Hope Nicholas House, it will be an elegant tribute to the school’s students, staff and principals over 125 years.

Building Trust

Building and maintaining three campuses requires major capital investment. Our regional campus in Pemberton is currently undergoing a multi-million dollar renovation in order to house our outdoor education experiences. We have a number of building opportunities that require funding.

Offer Society

When it comes to making a will, leaving a legacy of education for the next generation is one of the most precious gifts you can make. Named in honour of Shirley Offer who bequeathed $2.2million to the school, the Offer Society was established in 2009 and is open to those who indicate that they will leave a financial legacy to the school.

History of Philanthropy

Modern education owes its place to the foresight of generations before us. St Hilda's has been fortunate to have supporters throughout its history who have understood the need to invest in the school – its buildings and its programs.