Social Responsibility

Driving Positive Impact for our Communities and the Environment

Graphic Village strives to operate as a responsible, environmentally-conscious business committed to helping our communities grow and thrive. For years, we have focused on delivering against our sustainability goals and practicing a range of green initiatives. We also proudly support local and national organizations that provide much-needed services throughout the communities we serve.

Environmental Stewardship

We only have one planet to live on. That’s why Graphic Village is committed to doing our part to help protect and preserve its future. We believe in responsible manufacturing and material sourcing, and practice several green initiatives to ensure everything we produce is done so in an environmentally-conscious way. Learn more about our sustainability efforts and practices below.


We strive to do all we can to minimize waste and reduce our impact on the environment. Our recycling efforts aim to ensure the responsible use and management of our resources. We continually recycle:

  • Pre-consumer and post-consumer paper
  • Metal printing plates
  • Corrugated cartons
  • Board stock
  • Pallets

Responsible Materials

Materials involved in the printing process such as inks, toners, and coatings, as well as packaging materials, all influence the industry’s environmental impact. We are proud to show our support for good forest management by earning certification by the Forest Stewardship Council. The FSC is an international organization that ensures all paper and paper products used by certified members have come from responsibly-managed forests. We also focus on the use of eco-friendly and responsibly-sourced materials, including:

  • Soy & vegetable-based inks
  • Water-soluble inks & chemicals
  • Packaging board produced using recycled paperboard


Our sustainable practices also include efforts to ensure our operations and equipment optimize efficiency and minimize our environmental footprint whenever possible.

  • Environmental settings are set to optimal production times and turn off when the building is not is use
  • The majority of our material moving equipment is battery operated and rechargeable


Graphic Village is committed to investing our time and talent in the communities where we work, play and live. Whether it’s through volunteer efforts or charitable donations, we strive to have a greater impact in helping our communities grow and thrive. Specifically, we focus our support on Youth Development, Advancing Healthcare, Enhancing Education, and The Arts.

Highlighted Non-Profits We Support

Cincinnati Art

Cincinnati Art

As the region’s premier promoter of the arts and entertainment, the CAA’s mission is to use their expertise as a manager, presenter, and educator to offer a broad range of high-quality performing and visual arts programs, develop diverse audiences, foster an appreciation of the arts and understanding of their forms, and encourage the use of our facilities by local and regional arts organization.

Cincinnati Zoo &
Botanical Garden

Cincinnati Zoo &
Botanical Garden

The mission and vision of the Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden is dedicated to creating adventure, conveying knowledge, conserving nature, and serving the community. With the addition of our fourth pillar to our Mission Statement, Serving Community, we recognize the responsibility to partner with diverse and economically challenged communities in our daily work.

Dress for

Dress for

The mission of Dress for Success Cincinnati is to empower women to achieve economic independence by providing a network of support, professional attire and development tools to help them thrive in work and in life. Our vision is a world where women do not live in poverty, are treated with dignity and respect and are strengthening their families and shaping their communities.

Lighthouse Youth
& Family Services

Lighthouse Youth
& Family Services

The mission of Lighthouse Youth & Family Services is to empower young people and families to succeed through a continuum of care that promotes healing and growth.
Cincinnati Hillel
Leukemia & Lymphoma Society
Big Brothers Big Sisters of America
Cincinnati Zoo Botanical Garden
Lighthouse Youth & Family Services
Sisters of Notre Dame
Matthew 25 Ministries
Educational Theatre Association
News 91.7 WVXU
American Heart Association
Issac M. Wise Temple
Cure Childhood Cancer
Boys & Girls Clubs of America
The Madeline Jordan Gift of Life Foundation
NKU College of Informatics
pets for patients
United Way Tocqueville Society
The Brandery
Holly Hill Child & Family Solutions
Ursuline Academy
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