Keeping our school community connected.
The Loreto Kirribilli Development Office plays a vital role in all aspects of engagement of our school community, fostering relationships between our ex-students, past parents, Loreto Sisters and Parents & Friends. We are committed to fostering the core Loreto values of Sincerity, Verity, Felicity, Freedom of Spirit and Justice.
Loreto Kirribilli, ‘a school with Spirit’, began educating young women in 1908. Steeped in tradition, our school has a long-standing reputation for excellence in education. In the Development Office we continue to seek philanthropic support from the Loreto Kirribilli community to ensure that the work of educating young women, inspired by Mary Ward and carried out by the Loreto Sisters, will continue.
A financial gift to Loreto follows in the footsteps of Mother Philomena Heaton. This began with the very first ‘ask’ to her mother, Sarah Heaton, to purchase the first building at Loreto Kirribilli, Elamang in 1907. And we are blessed to have families who continue this tradition for the benefit of current and future generations. The generosity of families across the school over the years has resulted in excellent facilities, maintained to the highest standards for the benefit of students and staff.
Leave after you something on which others may build.Mother Gonzaga Barry
The Development Office is our fundraising arm providing philanthropic avenues to support Loreto Kirribilli in areas of Capital Works, Bursaries and Bequests. All donations are fully tax deductible and every gift is valued and appreciated. Regardless of the size of the donation, each gift makes a positive impact on our community.
It is our opportunity and responsibility, as it was for others who have gone before us, to transform our facilities in response to the changing needs of young women.
(Full-time during term time)
Mrs Debbie Henry liaises with the Loreto Kirribilli community to encourage families to contribute to the school for the benefit of all current and future students.
If you are interested in finding out more about how you might support Loreto Kirribilli as a donor or volunteer, please contact the Development Office. We would be happy to discuss any area of philanthropic support for Loreto Kirribilli.
Phone: +61 2 9409 2981
Ms Philippa (Pip) Toohey provides administrative and database support to ensure the School maintains up-to-date data relating to current students and their parents, past students and their parents, past teachers and other staff. Current contact details, including email addresses, mobile phone numbers and postal addresses help to maintain the links with others in the broader school community and promote ongoing interest in the future wellbeing of Loreto Kirribilli.
Phone: +61 2 9409 2906
(Part-time: Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday)
The LK Connect Coordinator is responsible for providing support to the Development Manager by coordinating the LK Connect Mentoring & Networking program for the Ex-students. This program provides the vital link between existing talent and expertise within the LK community and the raw potential of students on the brink of their future careers.
Ms Darin is also the contact person for all enquiries about ex-student reunions and ex-student career updates.
Phone: +61 2 9409 2954
85 Carabella Street
Kirribilli NSW 2061
Phone: +61 2 9957 4722
or individual email addresses as listed above