What they see: Leading architects share their vision for a cause
All this month we've been asking "What do you see?" Now we're giving the visions of some of the top architects from around the world—to you.
Donate to Architecture for Humanity and you could receive beautiful works from signature architects including Frank Gehry, Daniel Libeskind, Steven Holl, Richard Meier & Partners, Renzo Piano and more.
Each day we will feature a work by a leading architect that showcases their vision. The first $5,000 donation to Architecture for Humanity before 12pm PST on the following day will receive the featured work as a gift.
It's our way of saying thank you to all of you who share our belief that everyone deserves to live in a great place.
Please note: Each work is an original. The first donor to complete a donation within the timeframe indicated above will receive the work. Only the first donor will receive the work. We will do our best to honor each donation received after the deadline, but cannot guarantee that the work will still be available. Donors will be notified if they will receive the work within 24hrs of making the donation. All donations are tax deductible to the full-extent allowable by law. Need more information Contact us.
What do you see?
Where others see blight, poverty and destruction, Architecture for Humanity sees a great place.
Our What Do You See campaign aims to raise $350,000 in general support for Architecture for Humanity by 2013.
Donations towards general support fund the day-to-day operations of Architecture for Humanity and are crucial to keep our organization strong. Instead of going to specific projects or programs, funds for general support go towards supporting our chapters, the development of unfunded programs and projects, training and leadership programs, administration and good governance. Less than 15% of our total funding is spent on operations. Your donation ensures we are there to help communities in need and rebuild after disaster.
Together we have provided places to live, learn, work, gather and heal for 2.5 million people in more than 40 countries. Thank you to all who follow our work, appreciate what we do, and donate to help ensure that everyone can live in a great place. Learn more