Based in Lawrence, KS for over 80 years, Allen Press is attached to this unique and wonderful place we call home. Supporting our community not only makes good business sense but is also the right thing to do. Through donations, events, volunteering efforts and pro bono services, we are committed to giving back and doing good in our home town.
The Willow Domestic Violence Center
The Center provides safe haven for those who are affected by domestic violence. They field upwards of 3,700 crisis and referral calls, house 300-450 adults and children and serve over 2,500 our our neighbors and friends throughout Douglas, Franklin and Jefferson County each year.
Van Go, Inc
Van Go, Inc. is an arts-based social service agency that provides year-round after-school and summer job-training programs to high-needs and under-served youth, ages 14-24. We proudly donated to the Benchmark Program and will be paired with a young artist for an original Van Go Bench in Summer 2019.
The Salvation Army of Douglas County partners with businesses and organizations to provide local school children the necessary supplies they need to succeed in the classroom. Allen Press volunteered at the 2018 Back 2 School Supply Drive which has provided almost 6,000 kids with school essentials over the past six years.
The goal of the Lawrence Chamber is to spark business growth and represent its community members. This organization has supported and promoted businesses within Lawrence and the Douglas County region for 138 years.
EDC of Lawrence & Douglas County
The EDC of Lawrence & Douglas County provides leadership and advocacy to the community in order to achieve job and wage growth, workforce development, an expanded tax base and economic prosperity for the citizens of Lawrence and Douglas County.
Toys for Tots
Douglas County Toys for Tots is 100% volunteer run and all toy donations stay right here in our community. Donated items are set up in a shop so parents can select just the items for their kids. The group will even deliver toys if people can’t come to them.
United Way of Douglas County
United Way of Douglas County works to get the community moving and make connections among people and organizations who can help advance the common good. Education, health care and access to tools and support for self sufficiency are their main focuses.
The Lawrence Schools Foundation
Lawrence Schools Foundation recognizes a Distinguished Teacher of the Year each May at Lawrence and Free State High Schools. We’re proud to fund the LHS award and support all of our outstanding USD 497 educators. We also proudly helped several local children and paid off their overdue lunch accounts.
Girl Scouts of NE Kansas & NW Missouri
The Girls Scouts aim to be the prominent leadership development organization for girls. The organization recently created new badges to support girls interested in STEM.
Sustainability is a key factor when making business decisions and planning for our future. We will qualify and even dissociate from vendors that don’t share our commitment to sustainability and social impact. Our newest technologies adhere to strict guidelines of emission outputs and fuel efficiencies.
FSC® Certified Paper
We offer a variety of paper choices that are FSC certified and/or contain post-consumer waste (PWC). If you choose to use an FSC-certified paper, you may include the FSC and Rainforest Alliance logos in your publication to share your commitment to sustainability with your readers.
Vegetable Inks and Reduced VOC Emissions
Allen Press offers customers the option to use environmentally friendly inks that contain vegetable oil and other bio- renewable content (BRC). These inks are naturally low in VOCs (volatile organic compounds) and produce fewer emissions.
We are the largest recyclers in Lawrence, Kansas and recycle 100% of our byproducts. This includes paper, aluminum printing plates and corrugated cardboard from our print production facility. Employees support our sustainability mission through organized grassroots efforts.
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