2021 Summer Fundraising Appeal

When an irreplaceable Frank Lloyd Wright building is threatened, public opinion is one of the most powerful tools we can mobilize to fight for its preservation.

That’s why public education has been a pillar of the Conservancy’s mission for over 30 years.

Since the onset of the pandemic, the Conservancy has risen to the challenge by broadening our programming in a significant and impactful way, reaching over 100,000 people around the world who like you, are passionate about the architecture of Frank Lloyd Wright.

Programs have included intimate tours of private homes, scholarly online lectures, fun Wright Virtual Visits to public sites and open houses showcasing buildings on the market – all seeking to build awareness and appreciation of Wright’s important legacy by telling the stories of his buildings and their dedicated stewards.

We don’t know when the next urgent threat to a Wright building will come—but with your support, we can build an army of advocates who are educated, informed and ready to respond. Pledge your support for preserving Wright’s remaining buildings for generations to come!

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Pictured at top: Carr House (1950) in Glenview, Illinois, which goes up for auction August 23-25 (details). The Conservancy’s virtual open house event for the Carr House has reached over 1,000 viewers to date. Watch the recording!

Posted on June 24, 2021

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