community involvement

The paper
company next door

At Kruger Products, we know the positive impact we can have on the communities to which we belong. We embrace opportunities to support the health and wellbeing of our neighbours and partners through local philanthropy and community-building activities.

Breast Cancer Cause

Kruger Products has been making a difference in the lives of Canadian women and their families affected by breast cancer since 2005. The Canadian Cancer Society is a national, community-based organization of volunteers whose mission is to eradicate cancer and enhance the quality of life of people living with cancer. Our financial contributions through this partnership fund breast cancer research, education and awareness activities. For more information, click here.

Scotties Tournament of Hearts

Scotties Tournament
of Hearts

Kruger Products has sponsored the Canadian Women’s Curling Championships since 1981 through the Scotties Tournament of Hearts. This is one of the longest-standing sponsorships of amateur athletics in our country.

Crohn’s & Colitis Canada

Crohn’s & Colitis

Through our Cashmere® and Purex® bathroom tissue brands, Kruger Products became affiliated with Crohn’s & Colitis Canada in 2014 as a national sponsor for Gutsy Walk. Gutsy Walk is Canada’s largest community event committed to raising funds for Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis.

Ronald McDonald House Charities

Ronald McDonald
House Charities

Since 1990, 100% of all the household paper products supplied to the 15 Ronald McDonald Houses across Canada have been donated by Kruger Products’ Away From Home Division. With 70% of Canadians living outside of a city with a children’s hospital, the 15 Ronald McDonald Houses across Canada provide a home for out-of-town families whose children are being treated at a nearby hospital.

Friends of We Care

Friends of
We Care

For more than a decade, Kruger Products has helped send children with disabilities to Easter Seals camps through our Away From Home division’s sponsorship of Friends of We Care. Every year, Friends of We Care helps send 5000 children with disabilities to fully accessible Easter Seals Camps across Canada.