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Notre-Dame Fire Restoration Fund

Monday, April 15, 2019 - Thursday, April 30, 2020

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French Heritage Society is devastated by the images of Notre-Dame Cathedral aflame and stands with so many around the world in sympathy and support.  Protecting the architectural legacy of France is at the very heart of our mission, and we must provide whatever aid we can to this cherished monument in a time of dire need. We have established a Notre-Dame Fire Restoration Fund to allow those whose thoughts are with Paris to take immediate action to ensure that the cathedral’s storied history survives.  This tragedy is an urgent reminder of the fragility of our rare architectural treasures and the vital work to preserve them for future generations.

French Heritage Society, Inc., a 501(c)(3) organization, has established a fund to accept donations for the restoration work that will be necessary as a result of the devastating fire at the Cathedral of Notre-Dame in Paris.

Donations are tax-deductible under US Tax laws and eligible for tax credit under French tax laws.

When sending donations please indicate that the amount is for the Notre-Dame Fire Restoration Fund.

You can make donations online using the link below.

Notre-Dame Fire Restoration Fund


To donate by phone, please contact our New York Office at (212) 759-6846. To donate by mail, please send checks to:

French Heritage Society, Inc.

ATTN: Alain Pilet

14 East 60th Street, Suite 605

New York, NY 10022

FHS is dedicated to protecting the French architectural legacy both in France and the United States with particular emphasis on preservation and education. It fosters long-established French-American relationships through cultural exchanges as it strives to ensure that the treasures of our shared heritage will survive to inspire future generations.

Its eleven chapters in the U.S. and one in Paris have supported the restoration of over 600 buildings and gardens since 1982. FHS also organizes unique student internship opportunities in both countries.


Monday, April 15, 2019
Thursday, April 30