Save YSP Chapel

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HOW TO GIVE

ONLINE Click here to donate online 

TEXT Donate £3 instantly by texting ‘MYSP13 £3’ to 70070*
ONSITE Donate in person on your next visit to YSP
POST Pick up a leaflet on your next visit and send your donation back to us by Freepost.


CHAPEL FACTS Read more about this historic building and why we need your help
VISIT THE CHAPEL Find out how to get to the chapel and when it’s open
THANK YOU See who has supported the campaign so far


GET IN TOUCH
Kelly Amoss
Development Officer
+44 (0)1924 832513
kelly.amoss@ysp.co.uk

Yorkshire Sculpture Park
West Bretton
Wakefield
WF4 4LG

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YSP Chapel is in need of significant restoration to make sure it is fit for use as a gallery in the years to come.

We are going to replace the roof, make extensive external repairs, transform the interior into a versatile gallery and build a permanent path so that all visitors can access the chapel and enjoy a diverse programme of exhibitions and events.

We’ve been working hard at raising money to bring this Grade II* listed building back to life and transform it into an exceptional gallery, but now we need your help.
 
We need a further £100,000 to fulfil our ambition, so we’re asking you to give whatever you can.
 
PROTECT OUR FUTURE
As a charity with lean budgets and ever-reducing public funding, we are entirely dependent on people who love what we do to give us their financial support – without it, YSP would not exist.
 
There is no minimum donation, every £1 will help. As a thank you from YSP, donors who give £10 or more will be acknowledged on the YSP website and those who donate £100 or more will be acknowledged in the chapel (one name acknowledged per £100 donation. Deadline for donations where acknowledgment required is 28 February 2014).
 
We want to restore the building so that visitors can engage with the space in new and meaningful ways. We’re really excited about this project, and we hope you are too.