Sappi North America, Inc., a leading producer and supplier of diversified paper, packaging products and pulp, today announced its 2023 Ideas that Matter grant recipients, whose winning proposals celebrate the power of print design to address social issues.
This year, recipients’ projects addressed a range of issues, including restorative justice, diversity and inclusion, intergenerational engagement, education, urban segregation and community building. Since 2021, entrants have been asked to align their submissions with at least one of the 17 United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), ensuring that grant applications are focused on critical and timely global societal concerns.
“For 23 years, Sappi has been honored to work with designers and nonprofits through Ideas that Matter,” said Patti Groh, Director of Marketing Communications, Sappi North America. “Our mission is to harness the power of trees and woodfiber to help build a thriving and sustainable world. We are committed to supporting people and organizations who drive social change and who are aligned with the United Nations’ SDGs, which are integral to our own business and sustainable practices.”
details at: https://www.sappi.com/sappi-north-america-awards-2023-ideas-that-matter-grants