January 2016 Issue of Georgia-Pacific At Work

Dossman Joins Elite Ebony Power 100

The Ebony Power 100. It is one of the highest recognitions of excellence, service and commitment to the African-American community. And we're proud to now call one of our own a "Power" member – GP Foundation President Curley M. Dossman, Jr.

GP presents key to United Way


Supplies Today, Success Tomorrow!

Pencil and paper may seem like an old-fashioned notion in today's smart phone world, but did you know that paper is still one of the most needed school supplies sought out by teachers? The Georgia-Pacific Communications Papers team took "note" of this need and jumped into action, forming a partnership with the Kids In Need Foundation (KINF), an organization dedicated to providing free school supplies to students so they can achieve their best in the classroom.


How The 'Atlanta Way' Helped Show Us The Way

Andrew Young, a former United Nations Ambassador and U.S. Congressman, is revered for his contributions to the Civil Rights Movement. But many are unaware of how he, along with other influential leaders, helped transform the city of Atlanta into a political, cultural and economic model for other American cities to follow. Now, a new documentary – "Andrew Young's Making of Modern Atlanta" – helps tell that story through the lessons and experiences of trail blazers like Ambassador Young and many dedicated civic and government leaders and citizens.


The 4Es – GP Gives Back

Strong communities make life better for all. We are proud to support the places where we do business and, as we round out the year, would like to say "thank you" to all the Georgia-Pacific team members, community leaders and volunteers who give their time and resources to others.

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