Bedean Community Appeal

We have set up an appeal to support families of St Bede’s College who have been affected financially by the COVID-19 pandemic. We are aware that many people within our community have been affected through job losses or salary and revenue reductions. Through the generosity of our St Bede’s Community we hope to offer support to those who may now be struggling and ensure that all our students are able to continue to access a St Bede’s College Catholic education.

The Society of Mary continues to support us on many levels as our Proprietors. Some funds from the Society of Mary will be directed to the Bedean Community Appeal as our founding donation.

We invite you to support people within our School Community by donating now and ensuring that all boys at St Bede’s College can participate in all that the College has to offer, without restrictions. Any donations will be gratefully accepted and will be receipted and eligible for a tax refund.

    • $3,500 (Equivalent to one year’s full fees for a Bedean)
    • $1,500 (Equivalent to one year’s attendance fees for a Bedean)
    • $ 500 (Equivalent to an extra-curricular contribution for a Bedean)
    • $ 100 (Equivalent to purchasing some school kit for a Bedean)
    • Other, please specify the amount on the next (payment) screen.



If you prefer to pay by direct credit, please provide contact details (for receipting) here .  After submitting contact details, please deposit donation into bank account 02 0816 0091232 001, referencing with “BCAppeal” (Bedean Community Appeal) and your full name.
For further information please contact Clare Wilkinson.

If you, or a family that you know of at St Bede’s College have been significantly affected financially by COVID-19 and need financial assistance please apply for support here or contact Justin Boyle at JBoyle@stbedes.school.nz

Please be assured that the Appeal process will be handled in the strictest confidence. We look forward to working together to ensure that all boys are fully involved in their wider education.