Costa Rica Local Time this Sunday, at 10：00 Dec 17, 2017,While the winter months passed and the sun shine is coming，another bright light brings by Sylvania emerges in the valley of La Carpio: Library of light opening ceremony.
Over years, Sylvania has partnered with the Sif?is Art Center to help the education of children in the poor rural of La Carpio. After the project of illumination for Sif?is Art Center, this year Sylvania took1 month work finally brings this mysterious Christmas gift to juvenile and children in the region: a warm and safe library of light and an advanced technology room.
The main work of this project consist in removing everything that did not work, changing furniture, remodeling infrastructure,buying more than 200 books related to Costa Rican literature, installtinga lighting system suitable for reading and studying, donating three computers and other devices and generating new spaces for the Sifais Light Library and technical room，
On the opening ceremony, many families come in flocks, expressing their love of the library through their expressions and their words. President of Sif?is Art Center make the speech front the media: Thanks to Sylvania for his constant support for educational of the area, I would like to representative on behalf of all the families and their children to express my heart-felt gratitude to Sylvania for their fully contribution. Tiago, general manager of Sylvania, said: It’s our honor and mission to dedicatethe philanthropy in our company's lifetime, hope all the children can make good use of this warm and comfortable reading space,hope every child can find their own artistic talent, through continuous learning can they grasp more knowledge, can theythrive and become future pillars.
Crhoy and Repretel, Costa Rica's well-known local media, reported with all focuse about this event. The social response was very good. Once again, Sylvania's responsible corporate image was deeply impressed by the general public，company employees also expressed deep recognition of corporate culture.