Papel ni Juan Helps Public School Students Through Affordable Paper

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The public education sector is one of the most affected industries during the pandemic.
Many students rely on self-learning modules (SLM) to get by schooling at home, but dueto high production costs, there’s a shortage of SLMs. Up to four students end up sharing a module.
Papel ni Juan, a proudly Filipino brand of multi-purpose bond paper, is a brand
with a purpose. With an affordable price point at only P130/ream, the brand wants tomake paper accessible to everyone— starting from the students who
are in dire need of their own SLMs.
Each student has 16 SLMs per week amounting to one ream of paper. Even with its affordable price point, Papel ni Juan assures the quality of its paper as they believe that every Juan only deserves the best. Their paper is also 100% recycled, acid-free, and eco-friendly. More paper to print on means more modules to produce for more students.
The local paper brand is also turning their plan into action by partnering with government offices, LGUs, and private organizations. For every 100 reams sold, Papel ni Juan pledges to donate five reams to selected partners. Current partnerships include the Office of the Vice President (Donation of 500 reams), Office of Valenzuela (Donation of 200 reams), A-HA Learning Center (Donation of 200 reams), and Save the Children through Project Aral (Donation of 300 reams), which also helps provide educational materials to the underprivileged.
Help Papel ni Juan support their partners by buying Papel ni Juan. Their multi-purpose bond paper comes in short (P130/ream), A4 (P140/ream), and long (P150/ream).
Know more about this brand with a purpose by checking them out on Facebook
(facebook.com/papelnijuan.ph) and Instagram (@papelnijuan.ph).
For inquiries, you can reach them at papelnijuan.ph@gmail.com or at 8293-1396 / 8293-1397.
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