KarmaSense is a positive alternative to Google’s AdSense for your website or blog. The Library Project, a small charity that provides books to elementary schools in the countryside of China developed KarmaSense to help raise awareness of their good works. The Library Project is asking owners of websites and blogs to post a banner ad that clicks through to The Library Project website. In return, The Library Project will post a link on their Partner’s page under “Media Partners” back to sites that helps raise awareness for The Library Project. If you have any questions regarding KarmaSense, and how you can get involved, please contact Tom Stader, the founder of The Library Project.
If you have any questions regarding KarmaSense or The Library Project, please feel free to contact them at anytime. They have a great website with a ton of information on our programs, results and how to get involved.
To download an overview of the KarmaSense program, please click here.
The Library Project Founder
KarmaSense Banner Ads Look good while promoting positive change for children living in the Chinese countryside. For hi-quality Library Project banner ads please go to this website address: http://www.library-project.org/presskit.html
Please let them know when you have posted a banner so we can visit your site. Send your URL to: firstname.lastname@example.org
ABOUT THE LIBRARY PROJECT
The Library Project donates books and libraries to under financed schools and orphanages in China. They believe education is the key to breaking the cycle of poverty that exists in the developing world. As they see it, education is change. The Library Project accomplishes this by; getting the local community involved through book drives and awareness raising, providing libraries to under financed orphanages and elementary schools, and partnering with local NGOs (charities) and companies.
The Library Project has some amazing yet attainable goals: by the end of 2008 they will have donated over 80 libraries to orphanages and countryside elementary schools in China. The number of libraries will more than double by the end of 2009. Projecting further into the future, they hope to provide 350 libraries by the end of 2010. Their goal is to develop The Library Project into an organization that helps empower millions of children every year through the gift of education. This goal will take an enormous amount of dedication, planning, and hard work. They need your help.
To get involved, please check out their website at www.library-project.org.
If you have any questions, please contact Thomas Stader, The Library Project's Founder, at: email@example.com.