Difference Makers celebrates Domtar's employees, partners and customers who are making a difference every day by volunteering in their local communities, pushing the envelope on product innovations, promoting sustainable forest management and much more.
Meet the Difference Makers
Even in the digital age, letter writing is still an important vehicle for communication, and it offers cognitive benefits to children and adults alike. Our PaperPal program brings letter writing to life for kids and seniors.
It’s the time of year when our mailboxes are filled with brightly colored envelopes stuffed with paper holiday greeting cards. Learn how this tradition began and why it’s still an important part of the holidays.
The Paper and Packaging Board’s new campaign, Letters of Peace, shares inspirational letters from people who have overcome tragedy and found new purpose. Their handwritten letters encourage readers to write their own stories.
In November, the Windsor Mill in Windsor, Quebec, received two awards for innovation in sustainable forest management. As Windsor’s largest employer, Domtar has a legacy of environmental partnership in the region.
Books make great gifts for kids. These titles, printed on Domtar publishing paper, will encourage the kids on your list to enjoy some holiday reading. We’ve even included a few titles for mom and dad.
Alton Perry has a passion for helping black landowners preserve their land through sustainable forestry practices. Partnerships with and support from companies like Domtar help Perry make a difference.
Sustainability is good for the environment, but can it also benefit the bottom line? Research shows that companies with a strong culture of sustainability boast more productive employees, stronger employee loyalty and greater brand strength.
The U.S. Postal Service is the network through which American commerce operates. Domtar is a strong supporter of postal reform legislation, which will help safeguard this critical resource for future generations.
Diaper poverty affects approximately 5.58 million children in the United States. Low-income adults who suffer from incontinence are also at risk. Our Comfort and Care diaper assistance program helps address diaper poverty.