Understanding how cultural, social, and physical needs interact, and encouraging people to engage in improving the places they live and work for the benefit of society.
Planting trees is the perfect symbol of sustainability – helping the planet, people, and the economy prosper.
That’s why Boise Paper proudly partners with the Arbor Day Foundation, community leaders, and hundreds of dedicated volunteers each year to turn neglected urban spaces into clean, green neighborhood gathering places where families and individuals can come together, relax, and thrive.
Since 2011, we’ve planted thousands of trees across the U.S. If you want to volunteer or have a suggestion for our next project, email BoisePaper@BoisePaper.com.
Every Child Read to, Every Day
Boise Paper is honored to sponsor Reach Out and Read, an award-winning literacy organization that incorporates books into pediatric care and encourages families to read aloud together.
With the goal of impacting parent-child relationships for every child, everywhere Reach Out and Read:
- Delivers over 7.4 million books to more than 34,000 medical providers at 6,400 locations across the United States every year.
- Provides books in 26 languages, and encourages low-literacy families to use illustration-only books to tell their own stories.
- Serves over 4.8 million children in both rural and urban communities, including those whose families may be living under the poverty line.