The radio presenter was so outraged by the request that she highlighted the email – and her own sarcastic reply - on her Instagram account, calling for an 'end to this madness' and to be grateful for 'what you're given'.
Mum-of-two Myleene shared a group email she received from a mother of a girl who goes to private school with her seven-year-old daughter Ava.
Sent by one parent on behalf of two other mothers, it requests £10 donations from each classmate to go towards buying a Kindle e-reader for one pupil and a desk for another.
Myleene, who is also mum to three-year-old Hero, posted a picture of the message (after changing all names), which stated: "Jane and Hannah would prefer a class birthday gift for their daughters this year.
"Sarah would like a Kindle and Lola a desk (very studious choices!!) so if you would like to join in, please can I collect a suggested £10 from you before the party on Feb 9th."
The request suggests donations can be put in envelopes in the children's schoolbags, before adding: "Thanx and no obligation of course."
Myleene's rebuff comes weeks after a family from Cornwall received an invoice from a parent when their child failed to attend a birthday party of his classmate.
Tanya Walsh and her partner Derek Nash were appalled when their son Alex, five, arrived home from school with a £15.95 bill for missing his classmate Charlie Lawrence's big day at a local ski centre.
After refusing to pay, Alex's parents were told they could be taken to court.