Venice in Peril

About Us

Venice in Peril Fund is a UK conservation charity (or non-profit) which raises funds for at risk monuments, buildings and works of art across Venice and its islands.

Our Projects

Venice in Peril Fund is a UK conservation charity (or non-profit) which raises funds for at risk monuments, buildings and works of art across Venice and its islands.

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Featured Project

Reliquary Altar

Francesco Cabianca (1665-1737)

Basilica dei Frari

This Spring, Venice in Peril takes on an imperilled Frari masterpiece, by Cabianca, the spectacular Reliquary Altar, for which funding is urgently needed.

Created in 1711, the altar is acknowledged as Cabianca’s greatest work, but it has become seriously unstable.

Reliquary Altar

Francesco Cabianca (1665-1737)

Basilica dei Frari

This Spring, Venice in Peril takes on an imperilled Frari masterpiece, by Cabianca, the spectacular Reliquary Altar, for which funding is urgently needed.

Created in 1711, the altar is acknowledged as Cabianca’s greatest work, but it has become seriously unstable.

Ways to Support Us

You will enjoy all the benefits of a Supporter of Venice in Peril with additional opportunities to visit conservation projects.

Become a Patron - with a donation of £500 or more

Donate and play your part in the continuing campaign of conservation in Venice.

When you leave a gift in your Will to Venice in Peril Fund CIO, you help ensure that we are able to continue our vital conservation work in Venice.

You will enjoy all the benefits of a Supporter of Venice in Peril with additional opportunities to visit conservation projects.

Become a Patron - with a donation of £500 or more

Donate and play your part in the continuing campaign of conservation in Venice.

When you leave a gift in your Will to Venice in Peril Fund CIO, you help ensure that we are able to continue our vital conservation work in Venice.

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