Charity and Not for Profit Partnerships

How to get involved with World Book Day.

Charity and Not for Profit Partnerships

Charity and Not for Profit Partnerships

We welcome the opportunity to work with partners who share our commitment to changing lives through a love of books and reading. We work with those who can help us do more to achieve our mission to promote reading for pleasure and offer every child and young person the opportunity to have a book of their own. You can read more about our mission and impact here.

World Book Day is a registered trade mark. This means you must have our written consent through a formal licensing agreement to use the name ‘World Book Day’, our logo or any of our artwork assets. As a charity partner, you can register to use the logo and assets with no charge to promote your reading for pleasure activities.

How to access the World Book Day brand assets & guidelines

  1. Read our Partnership Agreement for charities, and check you are happy with our terms of use.
  2. Fill in the request form below.
  3. Check your inbox for a notification email so that you can download our brand assets and style guide.

Your events

Booksellers run amazing World Book Day events to encourage families to love reading. Please add your events to our map so that we can help more children and young people to enjoy them.

If you have any questions, please email us at

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