Re-investing where we live and work

At DigiCOPY, we strive to play a vital role within each community we serve. We support many community based organizations through donations, volunteers, sponsorships, and non-profit pricing. Here are just some of the ways we are re-investing where we live and work.


Center for Urban Teaching Trivia Night

Center for Urban Teaching Trivia Night

DigiCOPY was a sponsor of and participant in the 2nd annual Center for Urban Teaching (CfUT) Trivia night at St. Augustine Prep in Milwaukee. The trivia theme was "Decades".

The Center for Urban Teaching is an independent, Christian non-profit organization that identifies, prepares, and supports high-performing urban teacher and leaders for choice, charter, and public schools.

3D...DigiCOPY Dominates Decades (trivia) took 3rd place out of 20 teams at the event. Plenty of fun, while raising money for a great!!

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Cornerstone Press


Cornerstone Press, a student-staffed publishing company at UW-Stevens Point, launched the first book in its new Portage Poetry Series on April 4. On March 27th, members of the class toured DigiCOPY in Stevens Point...the printer of the paper-back books. Students saw the book pages printed on the Xerox iGEN printer, then book blocked, bound and trimmed into the finished product. Regional Account Manager Chris Berndt, DigiCOPY store manager Nicky Brillowski and customer service representative Shelly Martin demonstrated the book publishing equipment and the role we play in their publishing project.

Cornerstone Press, established in 1984, is made up by students in the Editing and Publishing courses offered each semester at UW-Stevens Point. It operates with the support of the English Department. Students have hands-on experiences in all aspects of publishing, from editing to marketing the finished product. DigiCOPY is proud to be part of the student experience at UWSP!

Never Forgotten Honor Flight


DigiCOPY large format print at work in the community...the student council at PJ Jacobs Junior High School in Stevens Point has spent 2019 raising funds for the Never Forgotten Honor Flight and needed an oversize check to present to the veterans group in April.

The PJ student council had raised $4000 for the Honor Flight, enough money to send 8 veterans to visit the memorials in their honor in Washington DC.

One call to DigiCOPY, and the megacheck, customized for the school, was put into production.

Congratulations to PJ Jacobs for their great work in the community and for Honor Flight for the fitting tribute to our veterans.

Bowling for Kids in Stevens Point and Green Bay


DigiCOPY co-workers and family members and friends supported Big Brothers and Big Sisters in Stevens Point and Green Bay by bowling at the annual Bowl for Kids Sake events on February 22nd. DigiCOPY is a longtime supporter of BBBS and its mentoring programs.

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