On the 10th of April 2022, at the Royal Air Force Founders Day Service, St Clement Danes Church are launching their most ambitious fundraising appeal since the worldwide fundraising appeal in the 1950s. That campaign raised £125,000 to rebuild the church following its destruction in 1941 during the Blitz.
The visionary three pillared 1941 Appeal will raise the funding to guarantee the safety and future of St Clement Danes Church for the generations to come.
Will urgently address essential structural work to the Steeple, due to commence in the autumn of 2022, originally damaged over 80 years ago in the devastating inferno in 1941.
The modernisation will include opening the Crypt to the full length of the church to provide a “well-being” hub, meeting the needs of those with PTSD, mental, financial and vulnerability issues.
The new Crypt will also feature an education centre, community Café, new wash-room facilities, exhibition space and music practice rooms. The area will be available for partner charities, the local community and those wanting a new and exciting events venue in central London.
Will include the renovation of the Harrison & Harrison Organ, gifted to the church by members of the United Stares Air Force.
It will also develop the island on which the church stands for the use of the local community and is in keeping with local improvements.
More news about the 1941 Appeal will be announced on this, our 1941 Appeal section of the website.
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