Gateway Legacy Walkway

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As part of the Gateway Project, an architecturally designed Legacy Walkway will be established to take you through the landscaped gardens to the turtle pond. We invite you to be part of this legacy. 

 

This is a wonderful opportunity to celebrate your connection to the PLC Sydney family by having your name and that of your daughter/s or other family members, permanently displayed in the Gateway Legacy Walkway.

 

Each tax-deductible gift of $1 000 includes an inscribed brick with an individual name (maiden name and alumni year if applicable), which will form part of this unique walkway.

 

Your participation is a valued and important contribution to the education of current and future generations of PLC Sydney girls.

 

How to contribute

 

ONLINE: To Buy Your Brick online please click here and follow the instructions

 

POST: To Buy Your Brick by post please click here (PDF 199.1KB) to download a Gift Advice form and return using the Reply Paid Address below:

 

PLC Sydney
Development Office
Reply Paid 88819
CROYDON NSW 2132  

 

We thank you for your generous support.

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