The Logistics of Corporate Giving

“A few years before Carl Lindner passed away, a good friend of mine, Bill Keating, set up a meeting for the three of us. This was the first time I had the privilege of meeting the ‘Godfather of Cincinnati Business’. I thought I would get some killer business advice, instead I got advice on philanthropy and how to help Cincinnati grow and thrive.” – Ken Oaks

To Do Today: Last week, Ken Oaks was honored with the Carl H. Lindner Award for Entrepreneurial and Civic Spirit for the impact he and TQL have made on the Cincinnati community. With the hope of improving the communities where we live and work through philanthropy, TQL teamed up with 84.51° and Paycor to share best practices on charitable giving and strategies that resonated with their millennial-dominated workforces. The findings were recently published in a white paper called, “The Logistics of Corporate Giving: Six Strategies to Strengthen Millennial and Gen Z Engagement.” 
Take a moment to read the paper and be inspired to make a difference within your company and community.

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