Education is key to raising kids out of poverty. That’s why First Book is committed to offering books and other resources to low-income kids so they can make the most of their educational opportunities.
Domtar, First Book and Classroom Central held their annual Truck of Books event to give away 40,000 free books for kids in low-income school districts. Learn how this event helped teachers promote literacy among their students.
The Domtar EarthChoice Ambassadors program connects our colleagues with opportunities to volunteer with health and wellness, literacy and sustainability initiatives in their communities. See what we accomplished through more than 6,000 volunteer hours in 2017.
Our Comfort and Care Diaper Assistance Program gave more than 1.7 million diapers to disaster relief efforts, area diaper banks and other programs in 2017. Learn more about the program and why diaper assistance makes such a difference for families in need.
Domtar colleagues in Montreal worked with the Student Conservation Association to remove invasive buckthorn and trash from a local park to revitalize and restore a Canadian urban forest. Find out more.
Domtar donated $100,000 to the Office Depot Foundation’s National Backpack Program, a school supply drive to benefit kids in need. Colleagues at several of our facilities also participated in local school supply drives. Take a look.
With the help of our distribution partner, Good360, we are donating more than 135,000 diapers to hurricane relief efforts for displaced families in Texas. This response to Hurricane Harvey is part of our Comfort and Care diaper assistance program. Learn more.
Domtar recognizes the influence educators have on the next generation of the work force. That’s why we invited teachers and counselors from York County schools to learn more about careers at Domtar.
Students from the Trésor-du-Boisé elementary school and seniors from the Les Verrières du Golf retirement center in Montréal spent six months writing letters to each other as part of Domtar’s PaperPal program.
Colleagues from two Domtar facilities volunteered with the Student Conservation Association to restore historic facilities in Raleigh, North Carolina and Johnsonburg, Pennsylvania. Their work will help preserve these buildings for future generations.