the library project
What is the library project?
The Library Project is an initiative started by Toolbox to open 100 libraries in disadvantaged institutions, such as schools or orphanages, in India. So far, Toolbox has raised $10,113 out of our $50,000 goal and has opened five libraries with this funding with the help of Mr. Rakesh Nikhaj, the Deputy Commandant of CISF who is based in India. However, we still need your help to make this goal a reality.
what can I do to help?
We ask all of you to donate towards this initiative and help us provide education to disadvantaged youth in India. Toolbox is also offering the opportunity to sponsor libraries. Please donate today to @ourtoolbox on PayPal or Venmo or to our email on Zelle!
what have we accomplished so far?
money raised: $10,113 out of $50,000
libraries opened: 5 out of 100
Pictures from the opening of Toolbox's first Library on Wheels in a small school for children in slum areas in India. (December 2021)
Pictures from the second library opening in an intercollege in Divyapur, India. Many of the books in this library were for competitive exams, such as the civil services benchmark. (December 2022)
Pictures from our third library opening on June 24, 2023. This library was opened in a government inter-college in Telangana, India. Furthermore, it has been stocked with over 150 books to help prepare the students for various competitive exams, such as India's medical and engineering exams.