We know that a good story and a dry bottom help make babies happier. That’s why our Comfort and Care Diaper Assistance program created diaper kits for low-income families. Learn more.
Students in Rock Hill, South Carolina, exchanged handwritten letters with local law enforcement officers through our PaperPal program. See what happened when the PaperPals met in person after six months of correspondence.
Millcraft, a longtime Domtar customer, has raised more than $340,000 for charity through its Buy & Give private label paper program. Learn more about how our private label team helped Millcraft make the project a reality.
Domtar partnered with First Book and Classroom Central to provide 40,000 free books for teachers during our annual Truck of Books Event. This event is part of our Powerful Pages literacy program. Learn more.
In 2018, EarthChoice Ambassadors logged more than 11,500 hours providing educational and environmental programs in the communities where we live, work, and play. Learn more about the ways our ECA volunteers gave back in 2018.
Volunteers from our Johnsonburg Mill worked with the Johnsonburg Area High School to create the Domtar Learning Lounge. Learn more about this Domtar-funded project and why we promote childhood literacy.
Domtar leaders will take part in a diversity panel organized by 2020 Women on Boards. The Charlotte, North Carolina, event highlights the benefits of board diversity. Learn more about our position on this important topic.
Several Domtar volunteers, including our CEO John D. Williams, recently spent time at Camp Blue Skies, a camp that was founded in 2010 for adults with disabilities. Find out why our colleagues invest time in this organization.
As part of our Hurricane Florence relief efforts, we have donated diapers and provided financial assistance to organizations in North and South Carolina. Learn more about how we’re giving back to our communities.
As part of a new community investment program, Domtar partnered with Office Depot to provide paper and school supplies to teachers and students from low-income families in five states. Learn more.