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From fancy dress to golf – there are a whole range of Book Aid International events across the UK that you can get involved with every year. Subscribe to our e-newsletter to hear about upcoming events.

Upcoming events

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Past events

Annual Literary Quiz 14 October 2015
Hosted by The Sunday Times’ Children’s Books Editor Nicolette Jones and held at Doggett’s Coat and Badge on the river Thames.

Book Aid International’s Golf Day 4 June 2015
Our ninth annual Golf Day at the stunning Dulwich & Sydenham Hill Golf Club.

London Book Fair 2015 14 – 16 April 2015
Our ability to send only new books to our partners in sub-Saharan Africa is only possible thanks to the generosity of the publishing industry. The London Book Fair presents us with a great opportunity to meet with existing donors as well as find new publishers to help us meet the needs of our partners.

World Book Day Writing Masterclasses 2 – 5 March 2015
To celebrate World Book Day 2015, we teamed up with Writers and Artists to bring you a series of inspirational writing masterclasses led by four talented authors.

Our Annual Literary Quiz – 28 October 2014
Hosted by the incomparable writer and broadcaster Natalie Haynes, sixteen teams battled it out to win the prize.

London Book Fair Charity of the Year – 2014
We were London Book Fair’s charity of the year for the whole of 2014 and celebrated this partnership in many ways through the year.

Book Aid International Book Trade Golf Day – 9th July 2014
The eighth annual golf day took place at the beautiful Dulwich & Sydenham Hill Golf Club. Click on the link above to read more about how the day went, and who won the coveted Book Aid International trophy!

Partner Conference in Africa – 5th – 8th May 2014
We met with many of our partner organisations to share learning and discuss how to provide ever better library services for the future.

World Book Day – 6th March 2014
World Book Day 2014 was a wonderful celebration of all things bookish. Thousands of children celebrated. They dressed up, they dressed down, they fundraised like they’ve never fundraised before and broke all records to raise a staggering £131,890! Thank you all.

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