For less than the price of a cup of coffee a week, you can show your love and care for Peterborough Cathedral by becoming a Cathedral Key Keeper. Read on to find out how you can play your part in the future of this remarkable place through regular financial giving.

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About Cathedral Keys

Cathedral Keys invites supporters – individuals, groups or businesses – to pledge a regular monthly amount over three years. Not only will donors be helping to maintain the magnificent building and Precincts as an asset for the city, they will also enable the Cathedral to unlock plans to develop its work as a place of worship, learning, hospitality and service in future years.

The aim is to raise £160,000 a year from those who personally value the Cathedral and, in so doing, demonstrate the self-help necessary to attract awards from major grant funders. So those who join Cathedral Keys are helping to unlock the long-term financial stability of Peterborough Cathedral.

Becoming a Cathedral Keys member

All those who sign up to Cathedral Keys will receive a bespoke pin badge and, once Covid restrictions are lifted, invitations to special events and briefings at the Cathedral so that they can keep informed about current and future plans. Custodians also receive a commemorative, personalised Cathedral Key.

Choose the right key for you

Please decide which Cathedral Key is right for you, then pledge your support over a rolling, three-year period.

Monthly gift £67 (+ 25% Gift Aid, £83), or an annual gift of £1,000.

Monthly gift £33 (+ 25% Gift Aid, £42), or an annual gift of £500.

Keepers - less than £2 a week
Monthly gift £6.70 (+ 25% Gift Aid, £8.30), or an annual gift of £100.

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Completed forms should be returned to either:

Should you have any queries, please call 01733 355315.

Click here to download a leaflet about Cathedral Keys.

Thank you

“In helping us to establish a solid foundation for future investment in our buildings, music and broader mission, we can approach the next phase of our history with confidence. Thank you for turning a key and unlocking an exciting and sustainable future for this magnificent Cathedral.”

The Very Revd Christopher Dalliston, Dean of Peterborough

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