Old Boys

St Laurence’s College has an active group of Old Boys who promote fellowship amongst former students and provide opportunities for present students and the young men of today. 

The two Old Boy organisations of St Laurence’s College are:

St Laurence's College Old Boys' Association (SLOBA)

The Old Boys’ Association is focused on providing connection, communication and support between St Laurence’s Old Boys and the College community by continuing the Lauries Journey in the spirit of mateship and the Edmund Rice tradition.

Find out more about the Old Boys’ Association via their dedicated website.

St Laurence's College Old Boys' Foundation

The St Laurence’s Old Boys’ Foundation is a perpetual public charitable trust dedicated to the relief of poverty and the advancement of education. Funds raised by the Foundation support financially disadvantaged students to experience their own Lauries Journey.

A comprehensive overview of the giving opportunities available is available here. Alternatively, further details about the Old Boys’ Foundation can be found on the Old Boys’ Association website.

The Lauries Giving Program

St Laurence’s College has a rich history of giving, inspired by the founding brothers in 1915. 

The Lauries Giving Program offers an avenue for all members of the community and beyond to give their best gift to either people or property.  This includes gifts towards students' educational costs (via the St Laurence’s Old Boys’ Foundation) or buildings and infrastructure (via the St Laurence’s College Building Fund). 

No matter how you choose to donate, every gift makes a real difference to the lives of our students. Follow the link below to learn more about the our Annual Appeals and opportunities for giving at St Laurence's College.