Giving to Wilderness

Our goal is to ensure that Wilderness will continue to provide an excellent education to our students for generations to come.

From parents and foundations to old scholars and staff, those who support Wilderness come from many different backgrounds. What they share is a belief in Wilderness’ mission and a commitment to advancing it.

We are fortunate to have a community that shares our vision for our girls and enables us to make a difference to their learning and lives. At Wilderness, we are proud of our long-standing history as the oldest independent girls’ school in South Australia and we are grateful to have a community that supports our growth and development as a leading educator of girls.

There are many ways to demonstrate your support for Wilderness. Whether through the gift of education by establishing a scholarship or prize, the development of our facilities, or leaving a legacy through a bequest, with your help, we are able to make a difference to our girls’ learning and lives for generations to come. Every contribution counts and your gift of any size is appreciated.

Scholarships

The generosity of our community enables us to offer a number of scholarships each year to girls who have demonstrated outstanding academic ability, a commitment to pursuing further academic success, and who embody our School Values with a particular focus on Responsible Citizenship.

Building Fund

The Wilderness School Foundation Building Fund is the major source of income for significant redevelopment and capital works.

Prizes

Behind every prize is an inspirational story. What is yours? Each year across every year level, we recognise the individual academic, sporting and community achievements of our girls with annual prizes.

Gifts in Wills

More than 135 years ago, the Misses Brown made a commitment to providing a quality education for girls. Through a planned gift in your will, you create a lasting legacy and ensure the endurance of that commitment.

Gifts in Memoriam

The greatest gift in life is to be remembered.’ Ken Venturi. ‘In memory of’ scholarships and prizes are dedicated in memory of a deceased loved one.