Give the gift of reading!

This holiday season make a difference.

Make a real impact this holiday season by joining our monthly donation program and help provide sustained educational support to children in need, all year long.

Since 2006, The Library Project has been providing libraries, children’s literacy programs and teacher training programs to underfunded rural communities, schools and orphanages throughout Asia.  Give the gift that lasts a lifetime,  give the gift of reading!

Monthly Donor Program

— $10, $25 or $100—

For as little as $10 a month you can help provide ten children’s books to a rural primary school in Asia, $25 gives one child access to a new, beautiful, school library, and $100 impacts thirty children through programs promoting literacy and the love of reading.

Monthly donors receive quarterly updates with news, photos and fun videos of the Library Project in action. Donors can cancel or change monthly giving at any time. We are a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization.

Additional information about The Library Project

Additional information about The Library Project

Ten years of results


2,455

Libraries

923,190

Children Impacted

1,710,666

Books Donated

“I like the new library. I would love to come here often. I don’t know what my favorite book is, there are so many books.”

—2nd grade student

 

Beautiful libraries

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. Having fun educational books easily available helps to encourage independent learning, intellectual curiosity, and a lifelong passion for reading.

All of our library donations have a teacher training component. This course covers how to properly loan books to students, how to use the children’s books in a classroom setting, and how to get the students involved in the maintenance of their library.

We want children to read

Literacy programs have 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.

Literacy programs are also a time to introduce the teachers and administrators on how best to get children excited about their new library. This is a big reason why our libraries are used on day-one.