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Jewish Book Week is organised and hosted by the Jewish Book Council, a UK registered charity. We very much welcome donations to help us bring together authors and audiences to explore the very best of Jewish writing.  While the annual Jewish Book Week produces income from ticket sales, these cover only a third of the festival's costs. The remainder derives from the generosity of sponsors, grant-givers and individual donors.

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Your gift will help to ensure that the Jewish Book Council can continue to develop Jewish Book Week, promote it to new audiences and present the best in contemporary Jewish culture from world-class writers, thinkers and performers.

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