The New York Landmarks Preservation Foundation is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization that was established in 1980. The Foundation raises funds from public and private sources. In addition, the foundation sponsors Lunch at a Landmark, its annual fund raising benefit. The Foundation's mission is to foster and promote the activities of the New York City Landmarks Preservation Commission, as well as to provide funds for educational outreach programs.
Foundation projects include:
• Bronze Plaque Program
• Historic District Marker Program
• Street Sign Program
• Public forums and education
• Publication of the Guide to New York City Landmarks, Fourth Edition
• Publication of Context/Contrast: New Architecture in Historic Districts 1967-2009
For more information regarding the programs of the New York Landmarks Preservation Foundation, please contact Foundation Chair Basil Walter at 212-602-6333 or visit the Foundation's website.