Many positive contributions to communities are a direct result of productive partnerships. Throughout our history, Lexmark has formed meaningful, beneficial partnerships to address areas of need within the community. Over the years, positive partnerships have been formed with universities, local schools and school systems, local aid agencies, non-governmental organizations and our customers.
Lexmark’s core values are centered in environmental sustainability. Understanding the power of teamwork, Lexmark partners with customers and organizations to complete projects that make the communities in which we live and work better places to be. This commitment to the community is part of our global corporate culture.
Lexmark teams up with other organizations that share similar values to work on joint projects. For many years, Lexmark has participated in partnerships focused on reforestation initiatives, watershed protection, educational infrastructure improvement and Science Technology Engineering and Math (STEM) education.
Moving forward, Lexmark is focused on developing an increased number of partnerships that drive meaningful, beneficial improvements in the communities in which we live and work.
For more information on our efforts to have a positive social impact through our relationships with our employees, our customers and the communities in which we live and work, you can read it here.
Lexmark and The PGA of America along with The Nature Conservancy have a goal to plant 2016 trees by The PGA of America’s 100th Anniversary in 2016. This partnership began with a goal to offset the paper consumption from printing that took place during the Ryder Cup Championship in August 2012. The partnership has grown to be part of PGA’s community
Lexmark is a member of the Ellen MacArthur Foundation’s “Circular Economy 100”, a global platform that brings together innovative businesses to address the issues around the transition to the circular economy model. The program was created to support companies as they seek to unlock the commercial opportunities that arise through such factors as designing products for re-use, new or enhanced recovery models and the introduction of new business models that promote greater circularity.