Domtar helped Office Depot bring classroom essentials to schools serving low-income families. Learn more about how the Start Proud! school supply program helped students and teachers enter the 2019-2020 academic year well equipped.
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.
Classroom Central has teamed up with Domtar and other sponsors to create ClassVroom Central, a Mobile Free Store that delivers free school supplies to teachers in underserved school districts. Learn more about this important resource.
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.
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.
Heading back to school? Sometimes old-school strategies and supplies are the best. When you make your shopping list, don’t forget these seven back-to-school items that don’t require batteries, power cords or chargers.
Domtar’s Hawesville and Owensboro, Kentucky, facilities helped fund the Exploration Station, a decomissioned school bus that is now an educational center on wheels. Exploration Station serves students in rural areas during the summer months.
In August, Domtar donated $100,000 to the Office Depot Foundation’s National Backpack program, helping to provide children across the United States with supplies they need for the new school year.
In August, Domtar donated $100,000 to the Office Depot Foundation’s National Backpack program, helping provide children across the United States with supplies they need for the new school year.
Domtar recently partnered with Classroom Central to host a Mobile Free Store at its Fort Mill offices. More than 70 teachers picked up free school supplies to help finish the school year strong.