Preservation Advocacy Fund

Preservation Advocacy Fund

Los Angeles Conservancy

The Preservation Advocacy Fund (PAF) is a targeted-action philanthropic fund that supports the Los Angeles Conservancy's many ongoing advocacy campaigns.  The PAF was established in 1996 to support efforts to save the Cathedral of St. Vibiana (1876) from threatened demolition and, since that time, funds raised through the PAF have benefited all of the Conservancy's most signficant historic preservation efforts, including Bullocks Wilshire, Century Plaza Hotel, Wiltern Theatre, Cinerama Dome, and the oldest remaining "golden arch" McDonald's restaurant.  

Current efforts that benefit from the Preservation Advocacy Fund include Terminal Island at the Port of Los Angeles (recently named one of the National Trust for Historic Preservation's "11 Most Endangered Historic Places"); the Hannah Carter Japanese Garden at UCLA; Wyvernwood Garden Apartments; Hall of Justice; and many others.

 

 

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Los Angeles Conservancy

  • 523 Sixth Street, Suite 826
    Los Angeles, CA 90014

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