Travel with Heart, make a positive impact

Welcome to The Library Project!

The Library Project donates books and libraries to under financed rural primary schools and orphanages in Asia. We believe education is the key motivator to breaking the cycle of poverty that exists in the developing world. As we see it, education is change.

Love books? Light a spark.

Our Spark Campaign brings together the generosity of people just like you to achieve real results in improving children’s literacy in Asia. Join our many friends in giving a small amount monthly to The Library Project and see what a difference your spark can make.




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A little about our work

Our strategy to improve children’s literacy is to provide libraries, literacy and librarian training.

The Library Project donates libraries to improve children’s literacy. Children gain access to a beautiful school library providing fun and interesting children’s books that spark their imaginations and promote a lifelong love of reading.

Literacy Camp has one simple focus; to get children excited about reading. We see this as the second part to a library donation. Once a library is in place, it is essential to properly introduce children to a world filled with books.

The Library Project provides a quality librarian training course. Our librarian training course is created specifically for teachers and administrators on how to manage their library. We have found that this training course results in 94% of our libraries being effectively used on a daily-to-weekly basis after the first year.

Read more about our programs here.

A Short Video

Take a few minutes to watch a short video about our programs.

Organization Updates

We’re really proud of the impact we make. Thank you for all of your support.





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