The AAXX100 Fund: Supporting the celebrations and ensuring a legacy

Please help us celebrate the ground-breaking women who have gone before us.

A donation to the AAXX100 Fund will support fitting celebrations for this anniversary and a legacy, paving the way for future generations to succeed in architecture.

A donation of:

    • £100 would add one interview to the oral history archive
    • £500 would enable the digital dissemination of material to a wider audience
    • £1,000 would support a public lecture
    • £5,000 would help fund the Conference

There are also opportunities to sponsor the Exhibition from £10,000.

We welcome single gifts or a commitment to make a regular donation to the AAXX100 Fund. For example, £20 a month over 3 years would be worth almost £1,000 with tax reclaimed under Gift Aid

To make a gift, click here:

If you are a UK taxpayer, please complete and return a Gift Aid Declaration which will enable us to reclaim the tax you have already paid on this donation, adding 25p to every £1 you donate.
Gift Aid Declaration


Download and complete the Gift Form & Gift Aid Declaration HERE and return to:

Development Office
Architectural Association
36 Bedford Square
London WC1B 3ES

For further information on supporting the AA, please contact the AA Development Office on +44 (0)20 7887 4043 or

AA XX 100 Fund donors:

We are grateful to the following who have made donations to the AA XX 100 Fund, a fund in the AA Foundation to support the celebrations and ensure a legacy.

Sophie Bain
Patty Hopkins
Helen Langley
Sanja Polescuk
Alice Rawsthorn
Su Rogers
Mariana Tweedie

David Chipperfield Architects
Elsie Owusu Architects
Wright & Wright Architects

The John Young Charitable Settlement

In memory of Inette and Mike Austin-Smith.

Eleanor Hughes (centre), Eleanor Hughes (centre), one of the first female graduates of the AA


AAXX100 Engaging Generations eventFrom left: Sally Lewis, Farshid Moussavi and Clem Blakemore
at the AAXX100 Engaging Generations event