School districts across the US who have adopted Peachjar have contributed to saving over 2.25 billion pieces of paper and more than 270,000 trees in Peachjar’s 5-year history.

In honor of Earth Day, Peachjar, the nation’s leading digital flyer management tool, has released data on the paper and trees that schools have saved as a result of using the system. Since the company first launched in 2013, schools nationwide have saved 2.25 billion sheets of paper, which translates to more than 270,000 trees and an average savings of $36K annually in paper and labor costs. The following is a selection of schools that are committed to environmental conservation and are setting an example for their students:

Chula Vista Elementary School District, CA — 4.437 trees saved 
Evansville Vanderburgh School Corporation, IN — 3,238 trees saved 
Pinellas County Schools, FL — 4,842 trees saved 
Loudoun County Public Schools, VA — 4,056 trees saved

Francisco Escobedo, Ed.D., superintendent of Chula Vista Elementary School District stated, "Digital flyer delivery makes sense for our schools, our staff and the environment. We teach our students about being responsible stewards of the Earth. It is important that we as adults model green practices as well. With Peachjar, we are increasing efficiency while also encouraging responsible practices."

“Our team is working side-by-side with school districts in the US to enrich the lives of children, while also helping the planet one piece of paper at a time,” said Mike Durham, CEO of Peachjar. “When we launched, our team had no idea of the environmental impact we could have, and are proud to celebrate the more than 270,000 trees that are still growing strong.”

About Peachjar 
Peachjar is the nation’s leading digital flyer management tool used by more than 12,000 K-12 schools and 7 million parents. The company’s cloud-based system enables partnerships between schools, communities and parents by making it easier to organize, distribute and receive information about school and after school activities and events. Founded in 2013, the company has helped school districts save more than two billion sheets of paper and more than $36K annually per school. For more information visit

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