January 9, 2018

Donate Your Unused Paper to Support Graphic Arts Programs!

By Piasc
Donate Your Unused Paper to Support Graphic Arts Programs!

For the past 30 years, PIASC/R.A.I.S.E Foundation has organized a surplus drive which asks it’s members and printers across Southern California to donate the paper they no longer need and that is collecting dust in the back of their shops. Throughout the years, these donations have helped supplement the almost non-existent budgets for arts, journalism and graphics arts programs in middle schools, high schools and colleges.

This year, once again, we are asking for surplus paper, envelopes and office supplies to continue supporting these programs. Advantage Inc., in Anaheim, are great advocates of continued education which is why they are excited to be our host for this year’s drive.

Participating is easy!

  1. Place your donations on a pallet and shrink wrap it. Give it an estimated value.
  2. Deliver your donations on: Thursday, January 18th OR Friday, January 19th, 2018 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m to Advantage Inc. 1600 N. Kramer Blvd. Anaheim, CA 92806
  3. We will mail a donation letter the following week with the value of your donation for tax purposes, therefore; so please be sure to provide us with the that information.

Let us know that you’ll be donating! Click here >>

Your donations will then be distributed to graphic arts teachers equipped with their dollies, carts, trucks and vans, bright and early on Saturday, January 20, 2018.

Questions, please contact Kristy Villanueva, (323) 728-9500, Ext. 215, kristy@piasc.org

The R.A.I.S.E Foundation is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, charitable and education foundation. Contributions from individuals and corporations may be deductible from state and federal income taxes. Please consult your tax adviser.

About the Author

PIASC is the largest regional graphic communications trade association in the country. They are devoted in helping support members and advocate for the graphics industry. For over 80 years, they have been serving Southern California and now, graphic businesses in the Western U.S.

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