Direct your gift to one of the following areas

Chris Wild (ON 1991) Indigenous Scholarship

The Chris Wild (ON 1991) Indigenous Scholarship is the most significant of the named means-tested scholarships. This Scholarship will annually award a fee free, six-year Newington education to a worthy and deserving indigenous student.

The Mulford Scholarship

Dr David Mulford, Newington’s immediate past Headmaster, was focused on the diversity of the College. The scholarship is awarded to a student who would not otherwise have the financial means to access a Newington education.

Aquatics & Rugby change rooms

With your support, Newington students will have a specialised matchday and mid-week facility which provides amenity for their sports in the pool and on the Johnson Oval.

Means-tested scholarships

At Newington our diversity is our strength. With your support, we aim to have in place by 2040, the means to provide 100 students of potential, with proven financial need, the opportunity of a Newington education.

Innovative learning environment

Your gift will help enhance education with purpose-built facilities to provide opportunities for Newington students to ‘Discover what’s possible’.

At the Headmaster's discretion

The College's needs change over time. Whether it be due to external factors - such as COVID - or the need for improved teaching and learning resources, your gift will be applied towards the College's most pressing needs.

'Take a seat' program

You have the opportunity to record your name or the name of a loved one as part of the great history of Newington in several locations on the Stanmore campus.

Phillip Davis OAM Mathematics Scholarship

The late Phillip Davis OAM, a long-term mathematics teacher at Newington, established a means-tested scholarship for a student of promise in mathematics to have the opportunity of a Newington College education.

Library / Archives

All donations to the Library and Archives are applied to purchase resources for the Library and to help maintain the College’s Archives from the very first day the College opened its doors on 16 July 1863.