EMPLOYEES GET PAID TIME OFF TO WORK AS VOLUNTEERS
By Scott Sloan
HERALD-LEADER BUSINESS WRITER
Drive around Lexington, and you'll find it difficult to see an area untouched by Lexmark International's philanthropy during its 15 years.
The North Lexington Family YMCA sits on land donated by Lexmark.
The Lexmark name adorns numerous walls on the University of Kentucky campus.
The new Bryan Station High School will contain a Lexmark printer in every classroom.
'They're really an amazing organization,' said Grant Eaton Phelps, executive director of Lexington Habitat for Humanity."