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Donate to St Paul's
We are increasingly reliant on the generosity of our supporters to be able to deliver our vital education and outreach work, to support Choristers and to conserve one of our nation's most striking monuments.
The fabric of St Paul's - most notable the great white blocks of Portland stone from which it is built - have helped Wren’s great church gain the iconic status it has today.
For 15 years up until 2011, St Paul’s was shrouded in scaffolding as the whole Cathedral was restored and cleaned, but the work hasn't stopped.
Parts of the building exposed to the elements are in need of constant repair, but work inside also continues apace, with much of the important work often unseen such as maintaining electrical, lighting, heating and safety-critical installations to ensure the Cathedral can continue to serve London.
Your donation to the fabric could see one of our balustrades repaired or some of the 1,500 square feet of lead roofing and gutters made good, to stop water leaking inside the Cathedral. It could even go to the upkeep of our great dome, which has continued to stand against many odds for over 300 years.