Last year we introduced some special student subscription offers, and many of our readers generously wrote in asking whether they could donate an LRB subscription to an anonymous student. To that end, we have set up a donations page here where you can contribute towards providing a school's LRB subscription to A-level students across the UK.
Just choose how much you would like to give and click ‘donate now’, which will take you directly to PayPal. For every £40 in donations we receive (rounded up), we will set up a one-year print subscription to the LRB (normally £105) for a school or sixth-form college in the UK.
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