Pro Terra Sancta UK – To foster bonds between the Holy Land and the world

Who we are

Pro Terra Sancta UK is a UK registered Charity (N.1178965).
The charity is part of the Pro Terra Sancta Network, a network committed to preserving the cultural heritage and supporting the local communities in the contexts in which it operates, supporting the work of the Franciscan Friars of the Custody of the Holy Land, and local charitable works at the service of the weakest. In addition, the Association is committed to providing humanitarian aid to all those in need, operating with the desire to meet everyone regardless of all religious affiliation, social status and ethnic origin.

Support our projects

Every gift can help us achieve our goals to preserve cultural and archaeological heritage,
and provide opportunities for the local population and economy.


Dar Al Majus

A home of hope a few steps from the Church of the Nativity. The House will benefit the local community and will directly impact more than 600 vulnerable community members (youth, women, mothers, children) per year by providing vocational training, employment, and entrepreneurship support, and/or psycho-social support, including music therapy sessions and referral services.


Terra Sancta Museum

We are excited that the archeological part of the Museums are now open to the public and we are seeking supporters and donors to join us in raising £3 million to ensure the completion of this project. Museum’s objects of precious artefacts spans over 2000 years of history and will preserve this Cultural heritage for generations to come. 

Your day in Jerusalem

Visit the most important Holy Places of the three main monotheistic religions: the Temple Mount, the Western Wall and the Holy Sepulchre discovering the traditions, rites and cultures of Jews, Christians and Muslims who coexist in the Middle East.

The magic of discovery

Pro Terra Sancta Network promotes itineraries and experiences of sustainable tourism, enhancing the cultural, historical, religious and artistic uniqueness of the Holy Land and the meeting with local communities.