The Month of Giving
As an independent institution of higher learning, much of the college’s vital needs are met by the generosity of those who actively support the Campion Foundation, a private, non-profit organisation which supports the work and mission of Campion College through fundraising.
Campion College exists to provide a foundational education in the liberal arts. The Campion Foundation works closely with the college to ensure that gifts provided are directed to the most important areas and used with the greatest possible efficiency.
This end of financial year, we invite you to consider a donation to the Campion Foundation in support of Campion College.
Help us fund...
Scholarships and bursaries
Two-thirds of our students rely on scholarships and bursaries to support their learning and residential expenses.
Such projects are integral to our ability to support our growing college and share our vision of tertiary education.
Including the continued improvement of academic facilities and the acquisition of new resources for teaching and research.
4 reasons to support the Campion Foundation
- The Foundation is a private, non-profit organisation which supports the work and mission of Campion College through fundraising.
- Campion College forms future leaders. Campions premier liberal arts degree provides a solid foundation for future study and workplace readiness. Graduates successfully pursue careers in teaching, journalism, business, law, medicine, and politics.
- Fund capital projects and our continued growth. Such projects enable the College to welcome additional students to the college each year and share our vision of tertiary education.
- All donations are tax deductible. Campion College Foundation is a Deductible Gift Recipient (DGR), approved by the Australian Taxation Office.
Campion College is a Deductible Gift Recipient (DGR), approved by the Australian Taxation Office. There are three ways to donate:
Click below to complete our secure form below.
To speak with someone about making a gift over the phone, please call 02 9896 9318
Make a gift into the College’s bank account
Account Name: Campion College Fund
BSB: 062 784
Account No: 10000 8453
An education that acknowledges and works within our Catholic faith and heritage is so important for the formation of our future leaders, helping them be mindful of the importance of integrating their faith with reason. A Campion College liberal arts education addresses this perennial forming and educating by enriching the student’s personal and spiritual development, preparing them in a unique way for both their work….and the rest of their life, fostering a love of wisdom and nourishing them for years to come.
Archbishop Anthony Fisher OP
Catholic Archdiocese of Sydney
When you support the Campion College Foundation you are investing in a remarkable community of learning, alive with intellectual curiosity and spiritual devotion, unlike any other tertiary experience in Australia.
Campion College Alumna and Trustee
Upon graduating from Campion in 2013, I attended the School of Infantry and was assigned to the Third Battalion, Royal Australian Regiment in Townsville. I spent time in several roles including as a section gunner and marksman before becoming a combat communications specialist. In 2017 I was deployed to Iraq with Task Group Taji-V as part of the force protection element of the training team. After nearly four years with the Regular Army, I am at MC-Duntroon to commission as a General Service Officer. Throughout these past years, my education at Campion has served me well, imparting me with adaptability, flexibility, and good public speaking skills.
Class of 2013
A Campion education in the Liberal Arts is the best preparation for a career in any profession. I wish it had been available to me 50 years ago when I started my career.
Joe de Bruyn
Campion College Trustee
THE CAMPION FOUNDATION
The Campion Foundation is a private, non-profit organisation which supports the work and mission of Campion College through fundraising. The Foundation works closely with the college to ensure that gifts provided are directed to the most important areas and used with the greatest possible efficiency.