The Ambrose Treacy College Foundation is grounded in the long held traditions of Edmund Rice and Patrick Ambrose Treacy providing access to education and community. The Foundation aims to uphold the premise of inclusive education for those of limited financial means. You have the opportunity to support the work of the Ambrose Treacy College Foundation by attending events, making a monetary contribution and sharing our story with your community. We thank you for your support in the provision of educational opportunities in the tradition of Edmund Rice through the Ambrose Treacy College Foundation.
ATC Long Lunch
The Ambrose Treacy College Foundation invites you to the third ATC Long Lunch on Sunday 12 September at 12.00pm on Brothers oval. This community event aims to raise funds to support a bursary for a young man to attend the College who may not otherwise have the opportunity. Tables of 10 are $750. Our 2019 and 2020 Old Boys are encouraged to attend at the special price $25 a head. Food is BYO or why not order from Rosalie Gourmet Deli and have your food delivered to the event. Entertainment is provided and drinks are for sale. We look forward to bringing the community together to support the Ambrose Treacy College Foundation.
Ambrose Treacy College is an exciting community that wants to make a difference in society by helping to develop young men with a genuine desire to make the world a better place in which to live. The college is a place of learning and growth and the Ambrose Treacy College Foundation role in providing opportunities through education support this ethos.
To provide educational opportunities to boys from families of limited financial means, in the Catholic spirit of Edmund Rice and Ambrose Treacy traditions.
- To provide bursaries for the purpose of educating boys from years 4 to 12, so they are empowered to participate in educational, career, social and life opportunities and create dynamic futures for themselves and others.
- To encourage boys to be young men of knowledge, faith, understanding, compassion, decency and integrity, dedicated to respecting the value and dignity of each person.
- To inspire boys to be leaders within their communities, recognising the importance of advocacy, service, philanthropy and action to protect the vulnerable.
- To create a diverse community of students, each with skills and gifts to be encouraged, developed and enhanced, so they may realise their full potential now and in the future.
- To provide a meaningful way for old boys of Ambrose Treacy College and Nudgee Junior College (Indooroopilly), their families and members of the community to contribute to the educational needs of boys.
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