Leave a Legacy Gift through the Augusta Fellowship
The Augusta Fellowship is Auckland Grammar School's Wills and Legacy society. Membership of a Wills and Legacy society such as the Augusta Fellowship makes it possible for us to acknowledge and thank the benefactors during their lifetime.
To become an Augusta Fellow, the School needs to receive notification in writing from your solicitor. Membership of the Augusta Fellowship will be biennially acknowledged in the Ad Augusta magazine, with editions each May and October.
All fellows are presented with a Fellowship tie and dress pin (pictured left), featuring this unique logo as well as a commemorative medal.
The origin of the name and insignia
The School's mission is embodied in our motto Per Angusta Ad Augusta - 'Through rough ravines to hallowed heights'. The name Augusta Fellowship was inspired by these words. The logo of the Fellowship - a golden lion within a scroll - sees the lion representing Auckland Grammar School and the scroll a legal document such as a will.
Each year, Augusta Fellows and their partners are invited to a luncheon where the School can acknowledge their generosity. The new inductees into the Augusta Fellowship are also publicly recognised by Headmaster Mr Tim O'Connor. Click here to view the photos from the 2018 Luncheon.
This event, which has been held annually since 2004, has proved to be one of the highlights on the School's calendar.
Pictured are the newest Augusta Fellows - from left, Phillip Bell '74, Ron Studman '52, Treacy Bell, Greg Long '77, Jan and Cyril Moore '46, Dianne and Allan Faull and Ross Blair '55.