Promoting literacy can be fun. Consider joining Domtar and thousands of organizations across the United States to celebrate Read Across America Day. Learn more about this event and our literacy programs.
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.
For the second year, Domtar teamed up with the Dryden GM Ice Dogs hockey team and First Book to promote reading and education through a book giveaway for kids. The event included colleagues from Domtar’s Dryden Mill.
Today, Domtar joins millions of children and adults in celebrating Read Across America Day — which happens to coincide with the birthday of beloved author Dr. Seuss. Learn how we promote literacy and advocate for the printed page.
Domtar is a firm believer in giving back. Our corporate citizenship aligns with three pillars: literacy, health and wellness, and sustainability. Find out how we made the world a better place in 2016.
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.
Through its Powerful Pages initiative, Domtar has supported First Book and Classroom Central for many years. Recently, the organizations worked together to purchase and distribute 40,000 free books to teachers in the Charlotte, North Carolina, area.
Take a book, leave a book. A free book exchange is now available at Walter Elisha Park in Fort Mill, South Carolina, where Domtar recently partnered with the town to install a Little Free Library.