Please be assured that we are here to support all families to be able to continue their daughter’s education at Carmel. If your financial situation has changed, please don’t hesitate to contact Mrs Lorna Bryce for a confidential conversation about arrangements to manage your payments.
We also know that we have a very generous Carmel community that is always there to support others in need. We have set up a Carmel Community Assistance Donation scheme whereby we invite families and others to make voluntary contributions to help families in need.
Your contribution will allow us to further support families in our school community.
These contributions are eligible for a tax rebate. Please contact email@example.com with details of the donation so we can issue you with a receipt at the end of the Financial Year.
Donations of $25, $50, $100, $250, or other, can be made in the following ways:
1. Monitor Online (Carmel Shop)
Donations can be made using Monitor Online – click HERE to donate now.
2. Credit Card donations over the phone
Credit card donations can be made over the phone by calling us on 09 4861132 between 9am–3pm, Monday–Friday.
3. Bank Transfer
You can transfer money directly to Carmel College through your bank to:
Account name: Carmel College
Account number: 12-3119-0051538-00
Please include your name and Carmel Community Donation as a reference [CC Donation]. Then contact firstname.lastname@example.org with further details of the donation so we can issue you with a receipt at the end of the Financial Year.
The easiest way to make a cash donation is to drop it into Reception at the school office.
The Community Assistance Donation scheme will be professionally managed by Carmel College and its accounts externally audited. Families receiving support will be prioritised by the Principal, Pastoral Care Team and Business Manager.
If there is something in particular that you wish to support, such as school camp, sport registration costs, workbooks/stationery, please indicate this in your email so funds can be utilised as instructed/requested.