Andaz Xintiandi Shanghai’s Commitment to Rural Literacy
On October 18th, Andaz Xintiandi Shanghai, celebrated their 5th anniversary by hosting a celebration at their beautiful hotel. During that time they made a commitment to supporting rural literacy with the donation of a school library that will be completed by year’s end.
This is not the first time that Andaz Xintiandi Shanghai has supported The Library Project. Over the past five years, they have donated four libraries located throughout China. These libraries can be found benefiting 1,200 students at primary school in Anhui, Shaanxi and Guangxi. Andaz employees joined each of their library donations as volunteers, setting up furniture and conducting literacy activities with students.
Andaz Xintiandi Shanghai has been a true partner over the years, introducing The Library Project to other Hyatt properties and helping to raise awareness of the importance of rural literacy.
Thank you, Andaz Xintiandi Shanghai and your entire team, for your continued support of rural literacy!
About Andaz Xintiandi Shanghai
Andaz is Hyatt’s new collection of contemporary, 5 star boutique-inspired hotels, located in the dynamic, distinctive neighbourhoods of key world cities and inspiring resorts. The first Andaz in Asia is located in Xintiandi—a landmark entertainment area in the heart of downtown Shanghai, internationally acclaimed for its restored Shikumen architecture housing stylish restaurants, bars, and boutiques. Andaz Xintiandi, Shanghai is a short walk to the Metro and the prestigious Huai Hai Zhong Road, one of Shanghai’s premier shopping areas.
About The Library Project
The Library Project is a non-profit organization that donates books and libraries to under financed rural primary schools and orphanages in Asia. Up to now, The Library Project has donated over 2000 libraries and one million books to primary schools in the remote areas of Cambodia, China and Vietnam. These libraries continue to benefit 700,000 children every day. The Library Project is a 501(c)3 recognized organization in the USA, a charity partner of the China Population Welfare Foundation: a non-profit charity organization registered with the Ministry of Civil Affairs, and registered non-profit organization in Hong Kong, Vietnam and Cambodia.