POSTED November 19, 2021 — At our Fall Festival, CltBP preschoolers received their very own “big kid” desks, thanks to a one-of-a-kind gift from CompanyBox, an independently owned packaging company based in Charlotte. Colorful and recyclable, each sturdy cardboard desk is custom printed with CltBP’s logo and ready for families and kids to build together.

“We love how CompanyBox’s desk design reflects deep creativity and our children’s joy of learning,” said Charlotte Bilingual Preschool Executive Director Banu Valladares. “We’re so grateful to CompanyBox for the vote of confidence and their investment in our children’s bright futures.”

“This past year, we’ve been able to creatively use our resources to donate desk dividers to classrooms, take-out food containers to restaurants, and now these adorable desks to young students – all thanks to connecting with other businesses and schools,” said CompanyBox Founder Louis DeJesus. This donation is one of several from CompanyBox to support organizations and businesses since the start of the pandemic. 

CompanyBox Desks for CltBP

About CompanyBox
Located in Charlotte, CompanyBox is one of the country’s leading suppliers of digitally printed corrugated packaging. CompanyBox’s success is driven by a commitment to offer easy online ordering through their design platform The site enables businesses to create, customize and order high resolution graphic packing along with an innovative suite of other customizable packaging products, which include displays, shipping containers, labels and tape.

About Charlotte Bilingual Preschool
Established in 1999, Charlotte Bilingual Preschool prepares Spanish-speaking children for success in school and life by providing superior dual language, multi-cultural early childhood education. As North Carolina’s only 5-star licensed dual-language preschool program, CltBP’s two generation approach helps families build literacy and kindergarten-readiness skills for their children from infancy to 5-years-old; offers family members the resources they need to become active participants in their children’s early childhood development; trains the next generation of professionally certified dual-language early childhood educators; and advocates state- and nationwide for its early-childhood education model, its children, and their families.