Our Donors - Our Future

You don't have to be part of our past to be part of our Future.


Melbourne High School has a history of working with many charities in Victoria. The Melbourne High School Foundation is helping to foster and develop these important relationships. We wish to thank all those who have helped enrich the lives of our students, staff and community by supporting our students in myriad ways. We hope you will continue to be part of our future.

Special thanks to the organisations which have provided assistance to our students through philanthropic grants during 2014 and 2015.

  • We extend our best wishes to you for continued success. It is a pleasure to be among your current supporters.

  • Any project that supports their needs and helps young carers feel part of our valued “Careforce” deserves our support. We look forward to working with the students of Melbourne High School to deliver this. Bronwyn Lewis,General Manager, Strategic Change & Development

  • Headspace Elsternwick is proud to support the Melbourne High School Foundation Health Promotion Trust initiative to promote the mental health and wellbeing of young people.

    The objectives of the Trust complement headspace’s early intervention and mental health promotion work with young people, families and school communities. We share an interest in the promotion of a whole-of-school approach with a holistic focus on mental and physical health as well as the importance of supportive social networks of peers and adults.

    Our role as provider of targeted and timely individual and group-based therapeutic interventions as well as programs designed to foster mental health literacy and resilience within school communities demonstrates the clear synergy between the MHS Foundation Health Promotion Trust and headspace.

    We are particularly pleased to offer support and expertise to the Trust in our capacity as a youth mental health service.  Kirsten Cleland, Manager, headspace Elsternwick

What the public has to say:

To Whom It May Concern,

I just wanted to drop you a quick e-mail to let you know I had the pleasure of overhearing a discussion between your boys at the South Yarra train this morning.

While waiting for the City train this morning around 11.00am, three of your students were waiting on the platform discussing the white ribbon that one boy had on his blazer. When asked what it was and why he was wearing it, he educated his friends on the violence against women ribbon.

As a step-mother of a ten year old boy, you hope that the messages and lessons presented to boys about what society expects and how real men behave sink in. Today I saw that it does and it brought a smile to my face.

Congratulations on the wonderful job you are doing on turning our boys into men that will shape our future.

Kind regards and Merry Christmas

Dominica Walsh
Asset Manager
Peachtree Capital Pty Ltd

These are some of the charities and organisations with which MHS has worked in the past.

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