Giving to Seymour

As we move towards our 100th anniversary, Seymour College has a clear vision for the future. The Towards our Centenary Master Plan outlines a number of exciting goals and provides a unique opportunity for the Seymour community to play a part in achieving our vision.

The newly completed Yurrebilla Centre for learning and innovation, new STEM laboratories, film studio and lecture theatre in the rejuvenated Senior School, and the redevelopment of the Junior School campus will provide Seymour girls with technologically advanced, state-of-the-art facilities for years to come. The generosity of the Seymour community helps us bring these plans to life. Your contribution large or small, is vital for our continuing progress.

There has never been a more important time for nurturing women of strength, optimism and justice. 

Donate now.

Click below to view our Giving to Seymour Brochure.

SEY Fundraising Companion Booklet A5 v6

Ways to give

Secure your family’s place in the history of Seymour by donating towards a feature of the new development.


Name a contemporary garden bench

$400 p.a. for five years or $2,000

(only 20 available)


Personalise an element from the periodic table in the new science laboratory

$500 p.a. for five years or $2,500

(only 118 available)


Name a lecturette seat in the Abbie Wing

$250 p.a. for five years or $1,250

(only 100 available)


Name a place at a Science work bench in the new science laboratory

$200 p.a. for five years or $1,000

(only 75 available)


Your name on a plaque in our outdoor amphitheatres in the Junior, Middle and Senior Schools

Single payment donation of $250


Name a paving brick for our new courtyards

$200 p.a. for five years or $1,000

(up to 500 available)


For leadership gifts please contact Vicky Lekis, Director of Advancement on 8303 9072 or

The Seymour College Foundation

The Seymour College Foundation is responsible for the management of the funds raised by the College community. The Foundation Board ensures that donated funds are directed according to the donor’s wishes and invested to create a future income source for the College.

The Foundation has assisted in funding many projects, including the Sports Centre (1989), the Science for Life Building (1994) and the Centre for Performing Arts (2009).

The funds managed by the Foundation include the Seymour College Foundation Building Fund, Scholarship Fund, Library Fund and Endowment Fund.

Gifts of $2 or more are tax deductible for all except the Endowment Fund.

Foundation Board Members

Frank Lancione (Chair)
Rosina Hislop
David Uhrig
Brenton Cox
Marcelle James (Parents' and Friends' Association Representative) 
Pat Halloran (Old Collegians' Association Representative)