Stater Bros. Donate Paper to
Schools & Printing Museum
Southern California high school graphic arts programs and the International Printing Museum in Carson, California, will benefit from a unique donation from Stater Bros. Markets.
This summer, 13 pallets of paper deemed “surplus” by the Stater Bros. in-plant print shop, were delivered to the museum. The much-needed paper, valued at $15,000, will be distributed to high school graphic arts programs throughout Southern California.
The donation is in keeping with the company’s philanthropic efforts. These efforts were best expressed by late Executive Chairman, Jack H. Brown, who said, “We don’t just do business in the community…we are part of the community!”
Since 2008, Stater Bros. Charities has donated over $27 million to improve the quality of life in the communities they serve.
After the donated pallets of paper were unloaded, Museum Director, Mark Barbour, surprised Stater Brothers’ driver Ray Santillan with a personal working tour of the International Printing Museum. Ray was able to print his own page of the Gutenberg Bible and then helped to print a special THANK YOU STATER BROS. poster from antique wood type.
A representative of Hart High School was on hand to assist Mark and Ray unload the tons of paper.
Stater Bros. Charities