Only with ongoing donations like yours have we been able to defend freedom of expression, protect writers at risk, defend linguistic rights, and promote literature across frontiers for 100 years. Thank you.
Freedom of expression is increasingly under threat. If you would like to become a Friend of PEN by supporting our work on a regular basis, please set up a direct debit by clicking the button below and selecting to make this gift monthly. To help keep admin costs as low as possible, we'd be grateful for minimum donations of £5 per month.
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For almost 100 years we have supported writers worldwide. By leaving a legacy to PEN International you will be benefiting writers in need, safeguarding freedom of expression and helping to promote literature. We will honour and recognise your gift in our Annual Reports, Centenary celebration and Annual Congress online. For details of how to support PEN in this way please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
There are lots of innovative and fun ways you can raise funds on behalf of PEN International – even during a pandemic! Be it a virtual book club, a ‘blind date with a book’ event, or a sponsored yogathon, we’ll be here to help with handy tips and support. Don’t forget to tag us on Twitter, Facebook or Instagram too so that we can share the great things you’re doing! To arrange a chat, email: Portia.V-Jones@pen-international.org
PEN International is a non-political organisation which holds Special Consultative Status at the UN and Associate Status at UNESCO. You are part of a global movement fighting for freedom of expression in frightening times, and helping to protect writers in prison, in exile, or otherwise at risk of persecution.