Libraries and Learning Centres are housed in a mix of donated portable trailers, modular buildings, and both new and repurposed buildings. Early in the evolution of centres, Britco donated 12 modular buildings and worked with the Write to Read Project to develop a series of libraries. Whichever form the buildings took, consultation with the Indigenous community Elders and residents occurred as a necessary initial stage of the project.  In addition, architects, building trades people and others with complementary skills, contributed their skills and time to assist with construction and installation.

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Already InstalledRotary and other Sponsors
1. Tl’esqox (Toosey) at Riske CreekWilliams Lake Daybreak, Langley Central and Britco
2. Yunesit’in Government (Stone)Williams Lake, Sechelt, Commerce City, Colorado and Britco
3. Old MassettLangley Central and Britco
4. HalaltSteveston and Britco
5. Bella Bella – Heiltsuk Indian Reserve #1Steveston and Britco
6. Wuikinuxv NationLions Gate and Britco
7. Malahat NationSouth Cowichan (Mill Bay) and Britco
8. Fort RupertBurnaby Metrotown, Port McNeill, Port Hardy, Success by Six and Britco
9. DitidahtNorth Delta
10. MetlakatlaCamera Buildings and Coquitlam Chrysler
11. Lax Kw’alaamsMission Sunrise
12. NooaitchMerritt and Britco
13. Tsay Key DenehPrince George Yellowhead and Britco
14. QuatsinoWhistler Millennium
15.  AhousahtVancouver Arbutus and Steveston
16. Nisaika Kumtuks Elementary SchoolRotary Clubs of Nanaimo and Lantzville
 17. Rocky Pines (Lower Nicola Indian Band)Richmond Sunrise
18.  Tsi Deldel (Alexis Creek Indian Band)Sunshine Coast and Jack Chin Family Foundation
19. GitseguklaTerrace-Skeena Valley, Peachland and Jack Chin Family Foundation
20. Little Chiefs Elementary (Williams Lake Indian Band)Write to Read
Planned 2021/22Sponsor(s)
1. Aboriginal Mother Centre, VancouverWhistler Millennium
2. Littlest People Elementary School, Squamish Nation
Tsawwassen First Nation Youth Centre