Cashmere High School Foundation

 

The Cashmere High School Foundation is a New Zealand registered Charitable Trust established in 2009 to; connect the Alumni and Friends of Cashmere High School, foster their continued interest in their school, and to facilitate opportunities to benefit the past, present and future students of Cashmere High School.

 

The purpose of the Cashmere High School Foundation is to raise and accept funds for the betterment of Cashmere High School, provide custodial care for these funds, and expend them in line with Cashmere High School’s vision and objectives to fund the purchase of capital items, equipment and facilities that are not otherwise provided by the government. It is a separate entity from the school and is a registered charitable trust. Donations qualify for a tax rebate.

 

The current Cashmere High School Foundation Trustees are:

 

Chair – Marshall Wright (Past Pupil CHS 1958-1960)

Treasurer – Graeme Cook (Past Pupil CHS 1957-1961 & Member of Foundation Pupils Association)

Secretary – Anne Johnson (Past Pupil CHS 1958-1961)

Trustee –  Michelle Corkindale (Current Parent and Past Pupil CHS 1970-1972)

Trustee –  Riley Divett (Past Pupil CHS 2007-2011)

Trustee –  Mark Wilson (Current CH School Principal)

Trustee – David Ivory (Past Pupil CHS 1981 – 1987)

 

The Foundation would be very grateful for all and any financial contributions towards their aims of helping to enhance and improve the educational opportunities and experiences of our students at Cashmere High School.

If you would like more information or would like to support Cashmere High School through the Foundation, please email: administration@cashmerehighfoundation.org.nz