At Churchie, we value and appreciate the significant personal commitment of a bequest and the lasting legacy of support it provides to the school community and generations of Churchie students.

Bequeathing to the Churchie Foundation keeps the Churchie spirit alive while providing tangible benefits to the School, thus enabling it to continually maintain its high standards of excellence and remain at the forefront of educational and administrative innovation.

1912 Society

Since Churchie was founded in 1912, the spirit of giving back has had a significant impact on the progress and enhancement of our school. The 1912 Society was established to acknowledge and honour those who have confirmed their intention to include Churchie in their Will. This enduring tribute to your loyalty and generosity will help ensure that Churchie can continue to keep its spirit alive and leave a legacy for future generations.

Making a bequest

If you are considering making a bequest to Churchie:

  • speak to your solicitor about including standard text in your Will.
  • please advise the Churchie Foundation of your intentions. In appreciation of your generosity, you are welcome to join the 1912 Society, formed to recognise all who have made a bequest or intend to do so. As a member, you are invited to special school events.

Download the Making a Bequest form, or for more information, please contact the Churchie Foundation on 07 3896 6462 or email [email protected].

A bequest from the estate of David Turbayne was used to fund the development of the school’s tennis courts, the David Turbayne Tennis Centre.