The Foundation seeks to contribute to the development and maintenance of a healthy economic, educational, social, and environmental climate.

Donations are considered to be an investment in the community.

Resources are directed primarily towards the welfare of employees, communities, and organizations within the region of influence of the company’s Thorold operation.

Programs supported are intended to be visible to groups both inside and outside the company.

Excellent recognition potential exists for community projects with strong employee involvement or impact.

Contributions for bricks and mortar at universities, colleges, and hospitals are encouraged.

Contributions to relieve operating deficits are avoided.

Opportunities that align with company’s business objectives are welcomed.

Head Office:

The Ontario Paper Thorold Foundation
2 Allanburg Road
PO Box 1040
Thorold, ON
L2V 3Z5

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