How to get involved?
Area Program Options Description Academic Learning Spaces equip 40 learning spaces with the full technology Specific Subjects direct donation to specific learning areas Performing Arts Theatre Equipment acquire sound, projection, curtain equipment for new theatre Commemorative Theatre Chairs purchase seats in the new theatre Athletics Fully Lit, Artificial Turf Initiative contribute to a new, year round community soccer field Bays United Turf Initiative
contribute to a new year round community artificial turf soccer field on behalf of Bays United
General New School Improvement Fund any donation to support other equipment, furniture, material for the new school
How to Donate
A receipt for tax purposes will be issued for all qualifying gifts. Choose one of the following options.
- A one-time or monthly commitment by cash,cheque, debit or credit card
- A pledge over a 2-3 year period
- A gift of appreciated securities thus eliminating (or avoiding) capital gains tax
Cash or Cheque - please make cheques payable to - Oak Bay High School (Charitable Registration #106799927) or Oak Bay Secondary Society for the Enhancement of Education or OBSSEE (Charitable Registration #119063938). Identify the program from the above list where you want your donation directed and deliver cash or cheque to: Oak Bay High School, 2121 Cadboro Bay Road, Victoria, BC V8R 5G4
Debit or Credit Card - donate via Canada Helps secure charitable giving website - Please see above to make your donation option selection.
Pledge over 2-3 period or Appreciated Securities - please contact Mr. Garrett Brisdon, Vice Principal at OBH
For more information, regarding donations please contact:
Mr. Garrett Brisdon, Vice Principal 250.598.3361 or email@example.com
All donors of $1,000+ will be permanently honoured on a Wall of Thanks in the atrium of the new school.
Donors of $25,000+ will have the option to place a "Donor Dedication" in an area of your choice within the new school. Share the story behind your gift, honour a loved one or pay tribute to an Oak Bay teacher, coach, staff member or administrator.