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Make a donation

A separate charitable trust has been established to assist in the Abbey's fundraising efforts – The Westminster Abbey Trust. You can make a donation to the Trust to support the Abbey's work by clicking one of the buttons below. This will take you to a separate website.

Music and choir school

From 10th century monks’ plainsong to today’s choral services with our acclaimed choir and organists, music has always resonated throughout the Abbey. Our historic choir school was founded in the 16th century under Henry VIII and provides a quality education programme for our 36 young choristers.

Support a tradition of music

Conservation and care

The Abbey has been here since medieval times. You can help us protect its historic fabric and care for our collection of rare treasures which include sculpture, paintings, manuscripts, rare books and royal effigies.

Help preserve rare treasures

Our mission

Daily services are at the heart of Abbey life. Your generous gift can help us continue to be a special place of pilgrimage, prayer and worship.

Donate to our worship & mission

St Margaret's Church

Located between Westminster Abbey and The Houses of Parliament, and commonly called The Parish Church of the House of Commons, St Margaret’s has witnessed many historic events. Your support can help us preserve its place within the Abbey’s history and grounds.

Give to St Margaret's Church

General donations

You can make a general donation that will go where it’s needed most. We don’t receive any funding from the Church, the Crown or the Government so your donation can make an important difference.

Make a difference to Westminster Abbey

I’ve worked here for over thirty years and have seen many of the major services - it’s strange to realise that you are in a small way part of history.

Pamela - Rector's Secretary

Westminster Abbey is a UNESCO World Heritage Site

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

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