The Library Project
About The Library Project
Over the past 10 years, The Library Project has been dedicated to improving children’s literacy and providing teacher’s educational resources to under-financed rural primary schools and orphanages in Asia. We believe education is the key motivator to break the cycle of poverty that exists in the developing world. As we see it, education is change!
To date, we have donated more than 1,900 libraries, bringing books to over 600,000 children in China, Cambodia and Vietnam. Our libraries are packed with fun and interesting children’s books that spark their imaginations and promote a lifelong love of reading. Our literacy programs have one simple focus: to get children excited about reading. We also provide teacher training and three years of monitoring, evaluation and support at each of the schools we donate a library to. This simple strategy continues to produce incredible results.
The Library Project is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization that aims to make every dollar donated count. In China, it has a partnership with the China Population Welfare Foundation, which is a non-profit charity organization registered with the Ministry of Civil Affairs.
Get Involved Today
For the price of a coffee you can provide three books to a rural primary school, 100rmb provides ten books, and 2000rmb provides a shelf full of colorful children’s books. Click here to help us bring the books to more children in rural China.
Meanwhile, The Library Project has worked with hundreds of corporate partners over the past ten years improving rural literacy in Asia. Each of these partnerships begins with our organization listening to the individual needs of each corporation, and then crafting a CSR program that truly fits into the culture of the company. To get your company involved, please contact Frances Song at firstname.lastname@example.org or (021) 6057 7008.