Over and above the annual fees set for students, fundraising contributes to Albert Park Primary School's ability to provide a diverse range of educational programs, resources and facilities.
APPS is fortunate to have an enthusiastic and talented parent community, not to mention fantastic staff. Together we organise a series of wonderful regular fundraising and social events throughout the year. We raise sufficient funds to achieve APPS' designated educational goals and improving its physical resources in line with fundraising targets approved by School Council and the School Strategic Plan.
Fundraising's aims include the improved promotion of the school and liaison with local businesses and the wider community, and school social events that assist with community-building and overall improvement of students', staff and family quality of life.
Numerous local businesses not only support Albert Park Primary School for fundraising events, they also support the school through incentive programs.
If you mention Albert Park Primary School at the time you purchase an item from these stores, they will donate the following to the school;
127 Dundas Place, Albert Park10% of the value of a purchase, to buy new books
51 Victoria Avenue & 134 Bridport Street, Albert Parkfor every $1 spent the school gains 1 point, for every 300 points the school gains a $15 voucher to spend in the store
Suite 3, 1-3 Fausett St, Albert Parkfor every $100 spent, $2 will be donated
Mention Albert Park Primary School when you move your home loan to Bank of Melbourne and they'll give the equivalent of 0.20% of the amount of your settled loan to your school. For more information please see this flyer attached.
The Bank of Melbourne Kids account flyer is attached.
If you are aware of any other local businesses that would like to contribute to fundraising for the school, they can email
All fundraising is considered by School Council in accordance with the school's Fundraising Policy.
Come along to a fete meeting at Kamel. Sign up on the sheets in the foyer in March to help on the day.