Daishowa Marubeni Int

Daishowa Marubeni Int

Daishowa Marubeni Int

  • Nov 16 at 2:59 PM
    Playing is an essential part of development for children. It fosters creativity, the ability to interact and understand working with others, problem solving, and most importantly - how to have fun! Too many children do not have the opportunity to run, slide, build blocks, and imagine themselves as superheros fighting butterflies under a canopy of wild flowers while a dinosaur is creeping up behind them! But Peace Playland Association understands this, which is why they have built a room full of fun for our local children. William Barkwell, one of our exceptional volunteers and Donation Committee members (and dedicated husband to Peace Playland President, Amanda Barkwell), presented a cheque to Michelle (with little helper Soren Kristensen) to help them offset their annual expenses. As William and Amanda are volunteers, they were eligible to receive $1,000 from PRPD through our Team Member Volunteer Program. Volunteering: that's how to make a difference. Kids at play. Our world is just a little bit happier because of it.
  • Nov 14 at 3:08 PM
    Craig Simon and William Barkwell presented a cheque to the Peace Palliative Care Society in November. This organization was one of 12 selected for a 2017 donation. The following is an excerpt of Craigs speech to the Committee during their presentation. Thank you for allowing some time during your Board meeting for us to present a donation cheque to The Peace Palliative Care Society. Daishowa-Marubeni International Ltd., Peace River Pulp Division, is pleased to be able to work within our community and offer financial support to non-profit organizations such as yours. The Peace Palliative Care Society is a deserving organization & on behalf of the Peace River Pulp Divisions Donation Committee (Brian, Sarah, Craig, William, and Chad) & DMI, we wish you all the very best with your future efforts that benefit the community by providing support during difficult times for individuals and their family members. Over the years many DMI team members (Sheryl Mackay and Marv Dyck to name a few) and family members of our team members have benefitted from the work that the Society has put into providing some comfortable surroundings and volunteer support. I recently experienced the benefits of the Peace Palliative Care Society when my mothers health declined and was not able to recover. She spent the last 6 days of her life in the Palliative Care room at the Peace River Community Health Centre. I was in BC on vacation when I received a call that her health had declined to the point that she was admitted into the Palliative Care room. Although I had feelings of despair, I was comforted by memories of the comfort provided by the Palliative Care room in the past for friends and co-workers. I knew that while she was alive she would be comfortable and her family and friends would have a quiet/spacious room where they could support my mother and each other during a difficult time. I was able to make it back to Peace River a day after receiving the call and upon arrival at the health centre and making my way down the hall to the Palliative Care room I knew that the remaining time with my mother would as close as possible to spending time with her at home so thank you all for your time & efforts. It is appreciated more than you know.
  • Oct 13 at 6:01 PM
    Daishowa-Marubeni International - Peace River Pulp Division (PRPD) has an opportunity for a highly motivated individual to fill the position of Fibre Handling Supervisor within our Woodlands Department.
  • Sep 20 at 2:44 PM
    September 24 30 is National Forest Week, and we at DMI are celebrating Canadas forests: Our stories, Our future. What does the forest mean to you? We want to know. At DMI, we know the forest. Its our job to take care of it. Now, we want to understand how important it is to you. Send us a forest story and you will be entered into a draw to win $1,000 to go towards your charity of choice. Please have your submission sent to aarmstrong@dmi.ca prior to October 9th, 2017. The winning entry will be published, with a photo of the writer and the local charity of choice. What does local mean? To us, it is within 100 km of the town of Peace River. What a great way to help support those in need, while telling a story for everyone to enjoy! For further information, please contact Amber Armstrong at the above email address. Get writing! At DMI, we are Sustainable. By Design

Nov 16, 2:59 PM

Playing is an essential part of development for children. It fosters creativity, the ability to interact and understand working with others, problem solving, and most importantly - how to have fun! Too many children do not have the opportunity to run, slide, build blocks, and imagine themselves as superheros fighting butterflies under a canopy of wild flowers while a dinosaur is creeping up behind them! But Peace Playland Association understands this, which is why they have built a room full of fun for our local children. William Barkwell, one of our exceptional volunteers and Donation Committee members (and dedicated husband to Peace Playland President, Amanda Barkwell), presented a cheque to Michelle (with little helper Soren Kristensen) to help them offset their annual expenses. As William and Amanda are volunteers, they were eligible to receive $1,000 from PRPD through our Team Member Volunteer Program. Volunteering: that's how to make a difference. Kids at play. Our world is just a little bit happier because of it.

Nov 14, 3:08 PM

Craig Simon and William Barkwell presented a cheque to the Peace Palliative Care Society in November. This organization was one of 12 selected for a 2017 donation. The following is an excerpt of Craigs speech to the Committee during their presentation. Thank you for allowing some time during your Board meeting for us to present a donation cheque to The Peace Palliative Care Society. Daishowa-Marubeni International Ltd., Peace River Pulp Division, is pleased to be able to work within our community and offer financial support to non-profit organizations such as yours. The Peace Palliative Care Society is a deserving organization & on behalf of the Peace River Pulp Divisions Donation Committee (Brian, Sarah, Craig, William, and Chad) & DMI, we wish you all the very best with your future efforts that benefit the community by providing support during difficult times for individuals and their family members. Over the years many DMI team members (Sheryl Mackay and Marv Dyck to name a few) and family members of our team members have benefitted from the work that the Society has put into providing some comfortable surroundings and volunteer support. I recently experienced the benefits of the Peace Palliative Care Society when my mothers health declined and was not able to recover. She spent the last 6 days of her life in the Palliative Care room at the Peace River Community Health Centre. I was in BC on vacation when I received a call that her health had declined to the point that she was admitted into the Palliative Care room. Although I had feelings of despair, I was comforted by memories of the comfort provided by the Palliative Care room in the past for friends and co-workers. I knew that while she was alive she would be comfortable and her family and friends would have a quiet/spacious room where they could support my mother and each other during a difficult time. I was able to make it back to Peace River a day after receiving the call and upon arrival at the health centre and making my way down the hall to the Palliative Care room I knew that the remaining time with my mother would as close as possible to spending time with her at home so thank you all for your time & efforts. It is appreciated more than you know.

Oct 13, 6:01 PM

Daishowa-Marubeni International - Peace River Pulp Division (PRPD) has an opportunity for a highly motivated individual to fill the position of Fibre Handling Supervisor within our Woodlands Department.

Sep 20, 2:44 PM

September 24 30 is National Forest Week, and we at DMI are celebrating Canadas forests: Our stories, Our future. What does the forest mean to you? We want to know. At DMI, we know the forest. Its our job to take care of it. Now, we want to understand how important it is to you. Send us a forest story and you will be entered into a draw to win $1,000 to go towards your charity of choice. Please have your submission sent to aarmstrong@dmi.ca prior to October 9th, 2017. The winning entry will be published, with a photo of the writer and the local charity of choice. What does local mean? To us, it is within 100 km of the town of Peace River. What a great way to help support those in need, while telling a story for everyone to enjoy! For further information, please contact Amber Armstrong at the above email address. Get writing! At DMI, we are Sustainable. By Design