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It costs over £10 million a year to maintain the Abbey, and we don’t receive any funding from the Church, the Crown, or the Government. Worship and prayer is always free, and visitor entry fees cover only our basic running costs and some essential maintenance.

Make a donation

Your support helps us continue our restoration and conservation work, our education and music programmes, and the Abbey’s rich tradition of worship and prayer.

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Leave a legacy

Leaving us a gift in your Will can help sustain the Abbey for future generations. Even a small legacy can make a big difference.

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Join the Abbey Association

Support us and enjoy unlimited entry, discounts and much more.

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American donors

If you’re a US taxpayer, you can donate tax efficiently to the American Fund for Westminster Abbey (AFWA).

Donate via AFWA

Contact us

Have a question about supporting the Abbey? We’d love to hear from you. Here’s how you can get in touch:

Westminster Abbey Foundation
20 Dean’s Yard
London SW1P 3PA

020 7654 4961

[email protected]

Who we are

Valerie Humphrey, Director - Westminster Abbey Foundation

Megan Huntly, Development Co-ordinator

Lucy Henzell-Thomas, Trusts & Grants Fundraiser

Volunteer for us

We’re always looking for enthusiastic volunteers to help at the Abbey. Interested in joining our team? We’d love to hear from you.

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It’s a privilege to live and work here – the Abbey really is the heart of the country and its history.

Martin - The Dean’s Verger

Westminster Abbey is a UNESCO World Heritage Site

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Contact us

The Chapter Office
Westminster Abbey
20 Dean's Yard
SW1P 3PA +44(0)20 7222 5152 [email protected]

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