J.K.Rowling Donates Signed “Deathly Hallows” Book for Charity Raffle


Nov 29, 2007

Posted by: SueTLC


Author J.K. Rowling has donated an autographed copy of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows for a charity raffle. The Scotsman reports that Jo donated this book to Trefoil House, an organization in Edinburgh, Scotland to help “much-needed funds for its work with children who have special needs or disabilities.” The raffle is due to be held as part of their 2007 Christmas Bonanza December 4 and 5 at the Edinburgh Corn Exchange, New Market Road, with organizers of the event noting:

“We are absolutely delighted by this generous gift. This is a chance for someone to win it without having to pay lots of money as it’s not an auction and as it’s only taking place over two days the odds are good.”

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