Remembering St Andrew’s College in your will ensures that future generations of students will benefit from your generosity.
A bequest is a donation that just about anyone can make and leaves a lasting legacy for future generations. The College has been fortunate to receive significant bequests from alumni and friends of College alike:
Janet Coutts left a significant bequest in her will for the College in the early 20th Century for scholarships and bursaries. Her generosity is still remembered today through the Janet Coutts Scholarships.
John Hanks (Fr 1943) legacy has been remembered through the naming of the College’s most recent building on Carillon Avenue. The Hanks Building was so named in late 2013 in honour of his generosity to the College and our students.
Dick Spann Circle
Honouring long-time Vice Principal Dick Spann, the Dick Spann Circle was formed by the Foundation and College to honour alumni and friends who have indicated that they have left a bequest to the College in their will.
Dick Spann Circle members are invited to College for an annual lunch where they can meet current students and receive an update on the College from the Principal.
You may choose to support a specific scholarship or bursary, capital works projects or you can leave your gift to the area of greatest need. If you are considering including St Andrew’s College in your will, or have already done so, please contact Fiona McQueen, Director of Advancement, on T: +61 2 9565 7303 or E: email@example.com to discuss your preferences and intentions.