Fondation Avenir du Patrimoine à Paris – Fondation Notre Dame

Fondation Avenir du Patrimoine à Paris – Fondation Notre Dame

Fondation Avenir du Patrimoine à Paris was created in 2014, to preserve the historic churches of Paris and their art pieces in order to transfer this heritage to future generations.

The Foundation allows accelerating the restoration of historic churches and their art pieces, thanks to the generosity of donors.

In trust with the City of Paris, the Foundation collects private funds that complement the public funding allocated by the city of Paris.

The foundation particularly focuses on around a dozen churches, including the churches of:

  1. Saint-Eustache (Paris 1)
  2. Saint-Merry (Paris 4)
  3. Saint-Paul-Saint-Louis (Paris 4)
  4. Saint-Sulpice (Paris 6)
  5. Saint-Pierre du Gros Caillou (Paris 7)
  6. Saint Augustin (Paris 8)
  7. La Madeleine (Paris 8)
  8. Notre-Dame d’Auteuil (Paris 16)
  9. Saint-Pierre de Chaillot (Paris 16)
  10. Saint-Pierre of Montmartre (Paris 18)
  11. Notre-Dame-de-l’Assomption, mission polonaise (Paris 1 – to come)
  12. Saint-Séverin (Paris 5 – to come)

Fondation Avenir du Patrimoine à Paris is under the auspices of the Fondation Notre-Dame, established as a public interest.

The foundation Notre-Dame promotes and develops, mutual aids, educations programs and Christian culture. It also support projects in the field of art, media and communication. The foundation has a network of 150 associations, that helps them by giving them support, and financing their social projects.

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