Everyone loves I Love Jews campaign
The first ever I Love Jews campaign is proving popular as celebrities, Royalty, politicians and the public take to the message.
“In our first week, over 2500 I Love Jews badges have been given out,” said Morris Rose, head of Board campaigns. “We are delighted that so many people are taking to wearing the badges and requesting them.”
The badges, which feature the I Love Jews slogan are available for free from The Board and among those spotted wearing them are Prince William at the recent England versus Italy Crazy Golf Championship, singer Rachel Stevens and actor Lee Evans.
“I\’m pleased to do whatever it takes to show the world that there is nothing wrong with Jews,” said Prince William. “I have many Jewish friends and enjoy Jewish comedy. So yes, I Love Jews too.”
Over the coming months, more badges in the I Love Jews series will be released. A limited edition designer badge with all proceeds going to The Board will be created by Stella McCartney.
“My mother\’s Jewish background is important to me and this is a way, I can give something back to the community,” Stella said.
The I Love Jews campaign was created by the Board as a positive way to combat the rising tide of anti-semitism and to show Jewish pride. Through positive images of Jews, the campaign aims to create dialogue with all members of British society.