To keep our fees affordable, while maintaining our buildings, facilities, and gardens, International House needs your support. At the core of all our activity is our residents – our Housies.
Carefully managing our resources is critical to our operations, and receiving financial support from alumni, parents and community is key in keeping IH affordable, inclusive and diverse.
Help us keep what makes IH great – the ability to provide the IH experience for anyone who wants it.
Creating beautiful spaces worthy for future leaders to live and learn
In 2015, we celebrated our 50th Anniversary, an incredible milestone. Turning 50 means some of our resident’s bedrooms and common rooms are in real need of a revamp and upgrade from the 60’s style they are currently in.
$5000 will upgrade an entire room including a new desk, chair, bed frame, fresh coat of paint, carpet, curtains and electricals.
Our goal is to upgrade every tower by 2017. Will you help us?
With your support, we can ensure International House is at its best moving into the next half century – ready to give the future leaders of this world a living and learning experience they can be proud of.
We are ever grateful for the generous individuals and organisations which have helped us renovate over 20 rooms in our oldest building – The Clem Renouf Building (GTower).
You too can be part of our renovation projects and your gift large or small to The Clem Renouf Fund allows us to keep our fees affordable to students from all walks of life.
Our needs are as diverse as our residents!
We invite you to join with us to create a living and learning experience that fosters the next generation of leaders. Your contribution of any amount can be used towards providing the best academic, social, cultural and environmental opportunities for our residents.
The IH Priority Fund channels your donation where it is needed most at the time of giving. It could be providing leadership training for one of our residents, helping with costs of a tutor, mentor, enhancing music or sports programs or providing a mentee with a meal at the Indigenous Youth Leadership Camp.