Ways to donate
Ways to donate
As St Paul’s visitor numbers continue to recover following the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic, we need your support more than ever. Anything you are able to give is deeply appreciated.
It costs £11million each year to keep our building open to welcome visitors and worshippers. During the COVID-19 pandemic, we had to close our doors for many months. We suffered a huge loss in visitor income, which normally provides 90% of our annual running costs.
Now as we work to rebuild our visitor numbers and our income, we need your help to preserve our nation’s Cathedral for all to enjoy. Your donation will help us to:
- maintain our beautiful building and the art and historical objects housed within it
- deliver a wide and diverse programme of learning
- offer an impressive year-long calendar of services, music and other events
Make a general donation
If you simply want to support St Paul’s vital work and mission, then giving a monthly unrestricted donation is wonderful way to do so. Your donation will be used where it’s needed most – from maintaining our building to ensuring we continue to offer an excellent programme of music.
Support the music
Maintaining our world-class music is expensive. Fans can choose to give a monthly donation to sustain St Paul’s wonderful choir, organ and music outreach. You can also become a Music Patron, which gives priority access to our concerts and special performances.
Girls’ Voices will embed equal opportunities into music at St Paul’s Cathedral and create a new gold standard of excellence in Cathedral Music, as we welcome girl choristers into our Cathedral Choir.
We are currently fundraising for new world-class boarding accommodation, and the scholarship programme that will allow any child to become a chorister, whatever their background.
Protect our building
St Paul’s is in need of constant care, with our hard-working Works department looking after its conservation. A monthly donation to our fabric fund will safeguard our precious building and our art and textiles.