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Corporate Partnerships

Strong CSR Programs

Over the past twenty years, The Library Project has worked with hundreds of corporate partners to improve rural literacy in Asia. Each partnership begins with our organization listening to the corporation’s needs and crafting a CSR program that fits the company’s culture. This is a big reason why 80% of our revenue came from repeat corporate donors.

Big or Small

No matter the size of your company, small or large, you can make a difference. Our corporate donors range from United Technologies (aerospace) to Urban Soup Kitchen (local restaurant chain), showcasing the diversity of our partners. Each of them approaches CSR in a unique manner, and we celebrate this diversity. There is no “right way” to give back, there is only “your way.” We look at your company’s size, industry, history and locations . . . then we work together to create a program that fits your budget and expectations.

Financial Transparency

The Library Project is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization aiming to make every donated dollar count. We pride ourselves on financial efficiency, donor accountability, and operational transparency. Through our in-depth Annual Reports, the Library Project is an open book. It is important to us that all donors and volunteers truly understand how The Library Project spends their generous financial contributions and how our libraries benefit the children we impact. The Library Project consistently strives for 100% transparency.

Strong Programmatic Results

At The Library Project, we believe that measuring our impact is incredibly important. It provides data so that we can continually improve our programs. We also believe it is important to communicate the successes and challenges we face to those who support us. To date, we have impacted over a million children by providing access to libraries in their rural primary schools. The beautiful thing about a school library is it lives; it stays just as relevant from day one as it will ten years into the future. Because of this, new children annually gain access to these spaces, and the total impact a library has on a community grows annually.

Training is critical to the long-term success of a library donation. Teachers at rural primary schools and administrators at orphanages all receive training on managing their new library. This training course is the first day of a one-year relationship between The Library Project team that ensures each and every library we donate operates at the highest level. Training is a critical part of every library donation.

It is not enough to just provide libraries; it is critical to work directly with the children. We take the necessary time to introduce the children to their new library, talk to them about the importance of reading, and explain how each book is a window to another world. At the end of each literacy program, the children understand that this new library will be open to them and that they can check books out for overnight reading. Children are always very excited.

Our Partners

Our generous corporate partners are important to The Library Project’s success. They allow us to fulfill our mission and expand our organization.

For a full list of our partners, please click here.

Employee Volunteer Involvement

At The Library Project, we are proud of all our corporate volunteers. Simply put, we could not do what we do without their support. Volunteerism at The Library Project is real work. Your team will leave a library donation tired, happy, and feeling as if they positively impacted the lives of children attending a rural primary school. 

Strategic Partners

Partners that have supported our programs over the past year.

Program Costs

At The Library Project, we are committed to transparency in our operations. We ensure that every dollar donated is utilized effectively to give children the gift of literacy. Please do not hesitate to contact us if you have any questions or would like a detailed proposal.

At The Library Project, we are committed to making literacy and education accessible to all. Our diverse range of programs is designed to support literacy development and community engagement through sustainable, impactful initiatives.

You will find pricing for each of our programs, allowing you to select the best a program that speaks to you and fits for your budget. Together, we can build brighter futures through the power of reading and learning.

Reading Rooms are designed to transform the learning environment in rural elementary schools by providing access to high-quality educational resources. These vibrant spaces are equipped with colorful tables, chairs, and bookshelves, creating a welcoming and "child-friendly" area that enhances the educational experience.

In these Reading Rooms, students have access to a curated selection of engaging children’s books specifically chosen to spark their imagination and foster a love of reading. These books entertain and promote independent learning, intellectual curiosity, and a lifelong passion for reading. We aim to inspire a new generation of readers and thinkers in underserved communities by integrating Reading Rooms into schools.

Reading Corners equips each classroom with a dedicated selection of high-quality STEAM books covering Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Math. By situating libraries directly within the classroom, we ensure that students and teachers have effortless access to essential resources.

These specialized libraries empower teachers by providing supplementary materials that enhance their lesson plans. Similarly, students benefit from the convenience of accessing books right at their desks—whether during breaks, before school, or after classes. The presence of a classroom library grants students immediate access to compelling and educational books in their language. This setup supports independent learning and intellectual curiosity and fosters a lasting enthusiasm for reading. Through Reading Corners, we aim to ignite students’ passions and broaden their academic horizons in critical STEAM disciplines.

Literacy Bags provides children with high-quality educational books, enabling the first steps toward building a home library. This initiative is designed to significantly enhance the reading resources available to rural families, fostering a focus on children's literacy across diverse backgrounds.

We distribute Children’s Literacy Bags with the support of local governments, schools, and educators. Integral to this program is the capacity-building training provided to parents and caregivers. Educating them on integrating literacy practices at home is vital for their children’s educational development.

Great Reads Literacy Bags

Our original Literacy Bag with a focus on fun and educational children's literature.

Joyful Journeys Literacy Bags

A Literacy Bag containing books with a theme focused on promoting young readers' mental health.

Planet Protectors Literacy Bags

A Literacy Bag containing books with a theme focused on promoting environmental protection.

STEAM Boxes are designed to inspire creativity, critical thinking, and a love for learning by combining Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Mathematics into engaging hands-on activities.

STEAM Boxes provide all the materials and instructions for children to explore and innovate, perfect for classrooms, libraries, and community centers.

Book donations are a powerful way to make a meaningful difference in the lives of children. Each book costs just $3, but its impact on a child's education and future is priceless. By donating to our program, you help us provide essential reading materials to rural elementary schools, orphanages, community centers, and children's hospitals.

Books open doors to new worlds, inspire imaginations, and lay the foundation for lifelong learning. Your contribution enables us to stock library shelves, create engaging learning environments, and foster a love for reading in communities that need it the most. With your support, we can ensure that every child has access to the educational resources they deserve, no matter where they live.