Every story time with a PJ Library book sparks a positive engagement with Jewish values and traditions. We need your help to ensure all families raising Jewish children across the UK continue to have access to all that PJ Library has to offer.
You can support us in several ways:
With every additional family that receives books PJ Library creates more positive Jewish expressions of identity, strengthening the bond between generations and creating a connection to community.
Our mission is to help build vibrant Jewish communities in the UK.
We do this by sending out monthly books to families raising Jewish children and by partnering with local organisations who can help families connect with each other.
You can help us reach more families in the UK by donating:
£50 to give a child one year of books.
£150 to give a child three years of books.
£500 to give 10 children one year of books.
Your support can help ensure that every Jewish child in the UK is able to receive a book, connecting them to their broader Jewish family and Jewish community.
Thank you for helping more children connect with their Jewish identity.
Thank you for supporting PJ Library.
The gift of PJ Library begins at the Harold Grinspoon Foundation, which underwrites the programme's global infrastructure.
In the UK, generous donors – parents, philanthropists, and foundations – provide the financial resources needed for each subscription. It is up to the UK Jewish community to ensure every Jewish child in the UK has the chance to receive the monthly gift of PJ Library.
PJ Library families
PJ Library community partners and synagogues
PJ Library in the UK is a charitable fund under the auspices of Prism the Gift Fund Registered Charity Number: 1099682. To donate with a charity cheque please make it payable to Prism the Gift Fund, send it to Prism The Gift Fund, 20 Gloucester Place London, W1U 8HA and reference it is for PJ Library. To discuss donating, contact the team at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thank you to everyone who has invested in PJ Library in the UK.