It is the Foundation’s task to ensure there will always be a generation at PLC today, who benefit from the foresight of and generosity of generations past.
This can occur either through Scholarships to those whose family circumstance would otherwise not allow them to become a PLC Girl, or through the funding of capital projects like the Swim and Recreation Centre, Science, Art and Technology facilities or the Senior School building.
All gifts to the Foundation, whether they be donations made during a lifetime or those given through a Bequest, support our mission to provide a centre of academic excellence for the education of tomorrow’s leaders.
The PLC campus abounds with signs that demonstrate the generosity of our community. The Foundation has supported a number of infrastructure projects through successful capital campaigns.
The Foundation is committed to supporting the School’s vision and Masterplan. 2016 saw the completion of the Beth Blackwood Senior School Building. Senior School students benefit greatly from state-of-the-art facilities within this new building, in particular, the Year 12 Common Room.
View the current Philanthropy Report here.
PLC Student Hardship Appeal
To help our current families facing financial hardship as a result of COVID-19, the PLC Foundation is launching a Hardship Appeal to support them.
We are asking families who can, to consider donating to our PLC Scholarship Fund or our PLC Student Hardship fund.
While the Scholarship Fund is tax deductible, Australian Taxation Office rules do not permit tax deductibility for the Hardship fund. However, the more successful we are in raising money for either of these Funds, the stronger position the Foundation will be in to draw down on its general funds and to help our families facing hardship.
We need your help to keep students at PLC Perth.
Click here to donate now or download the donate form below and return to email@example.com or to PLC Foundation, Presbyterian Ladies’ College, 14 McNeil Street, Peppermint Grove, WA, 6011.