Help us save the irreplaceable C20th buildings and design that shape Britain today and enrich its future.
Many wonderful post-1914 buildings and design are under threat, as land values rise and conservation budgets are slashed. Buildings are now demolished at ever younger ages, and once gone are lost forever.
We’ve campaigned to save irreplaceable buildings for 40 years and our successes are impressive. They include a brutalist bus station, Art Deco factory, neo-baroque hotel, modernist shopping centres, pioneering houses and many other structures. Some iconic, some modest, all significant.
Where will your donation go? Your money will help us run campaigns, identify new threats, enlist experts and raise the profile of our work and the buildings we want to protect. Donations also support publications that build interest in post-1914 architecture across all generations.
You can donate now by contacting the office on 020 7250 3857 or email our Director Catherine Croft (firstname.lastname@example.org) to discuss other ways you can help, from sponsoring a publication to remembering the C20 Society in your will.
The Twentieth Century Society is a registered charity (no. 1110244). If you are a UK taxpayer, your donation may be eligible for Gift Aid and further tax relief.
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