Honeywell Aerospace Donates Books and Computers to Schools in Tibet

To continue to inspire interest and learning in math and science for students in China, Honeywell Aerospace recently donated more than 7,000 books, on a wide range of subjects including math and science, as well as desktop computers to schools in Lhasa, Tibet.  The much needed resources will go to Lhasa No. 6 High School and Alang Primary School. 

As a sign of its thanks, the Lhasa No. 6 High School named its library The United Library of Honeywell & CAN (China Aviation News) Press.  Honeywell Aerospace Asia Pacific President Briand Greer was joined by Lhasa government officials, CAN leaders, teachers, students and representatives from Tibet Airlines to commemorate the naming and distribute the new materials to students. The donation follows a 2011 program, which provided over 2,000 textbooks to five elementary schools for migrant workers’ children in Beijing, China.

Honeywell Hometown Solutions is the company’s award-winning approach to corporate citizenship. By collaborating with world-class institutions like Operation USA, NASA, Rebuilding Together and the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children, Honeywell Hometown Solutions has created signature programs in five key areas: Family Safety & Security; Housing & Shelter; Science & Math Education; Humanitarian Relief and Habitat & Conservation.  Learn more about Honeywell’s efforts to support science and math education.