Donate to the Preservation Advocacy Fund

The Preservation Advocacy Fund

You can help preserve the historic places in Los Angeles that matter!

The Preservation Advocacy Fund (PAF) specifically funds the Conservancy’s advocacy work on behalf of historic places in Los Angeles County.

When you donate to PAF, you become an advocate for the preservation of our tangible history. Your support enables us to take direct action and mobilize support to preserve historic and culturally significant places—because once they’re gone, they’re gone.

Preservation issues can take months, even years, of continuous advocacy—requiring significant time and resources. Through this fund, you make it possible for our team to represent the voice of preservation at public meetings, offer technical assistance to individuals and communities throughout L.A. County, expand our reach by preparing the next generation of advocates through our Community Leadership Boot Camp, and more!

Our team is small, but our voice is loud and influential! Help us secure the future of historic places in Los Angeles by making a gift today. Thank you for your support!

The Los Angeles Conservancy is a nonprofit 501c3 organization. Your donation of any amount directly supports our work. Contributions to the  Conservancy are fully tax-deductible (Federal Tax ID: 95-3273046).

The Paul Revere Williams House, near Exposition Park, has been saved from demolition.
The Conservancy was instrumental in helping preserve the former family residence of the pioneering Black architect Paul R. Williams. The house will soon be fully rehabilitated to honor the story of Williams' family. | The Paul Revere Williams House. Photo by Adrian Scott Fine/L.A. Conservancy
Covina Bowl was once vacant and endangered. Thanks to the Conservancy, our Modern Committee and the Friends of Covina Bowl, this former bowling alley is now a local and national landmark and will soon be part of a housing development. | Adrian Scott Fine / L.A. Conservancy
With technical assistance from the Conservancy, the Boyle Hotel project secured funding from a number of local, state, and federal sources that made its rehabilitation possible.
Community Leadership Boot Camp participants (2023).
Our Community Leadership Boot Camp prepares community members from across L.A. County to be effective advocates of historic and cultural places. | Carley Hildebrand/L.A. Conservancy

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