Dumbledore would be proud.

JK Rowling is set to become the recipient of PEN America’s PEN/Allen Foundation Literary Service Award, the Associated Press reports. The award will honor the “Harry Potter” author’s commitment to free expression, as well as her charitable work over the last several years. Rowling has two charitable endeavors: Volant, which supports multiple sclerosis research, and Lumos, which helps institutionalized children reconnect with their families.

“I’m deeply honored to receive this award and humbled that my work has been recognized as having moral value by an organization I so admire,” Rowling told the AP in a statement. “I’ve long been a supporter of PEN, which does invaluable work on behalf of imprisoned writers and in defense of freedom of speech.”

Rowling will be presented with the award on May 16 in New York City at PEN America’s annual spring gala.

As the AP notes, Rowling’s “Harry Potter” series were censorship targets over the years for their depiction of magic and sorcery.

Rowling is currently gearing up for two “Harry Potter” productions this year. In June, astage production called “Harry Potter and the Cursed Child” opens in London and is about Potter and his youngest son, Albus. On Nov. 18, the “Harry Potter” spinoff movie“Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them” opens in theaters. The movie was written by Rowling and stars Eddie Redmayne, Katherine Waterston and Colin Farrell.