Service to our communities plays a leading role in Quincy Media’s story.
By partnering with the United Way and local non-profit organizations, Quincy Media recognizes the power of media on all platforms. Quincy companies contribute time and dollars, promote community initiatives, assist in bringing together resources, inform the public and support our employees in their charitable efforts.
Quincy is committed to giving back to the places our employees call home with hands on assistance raising millions of dollars through countless events. These efforts are ongoing and are simply who we are as a company.
There’s much to celebrate where we live and work and play. From festivals and parades to 5-K’s and farmer’s markets, Quincy embraces local traditions with the people who live in the communities we serve.
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Quincy Media, Inc. has a natural and abiding interest in encouraging economic growth and a high quality of life in the communities and regions in which Quincy companies operate.
The Oakley-Lindsay Foundation is at the heart of that commitment, contributing funds to worthy organizations and institutions in each of those communities.
Past recipients of the Oakley-Lindsay Foundation
The mission of the Broadcasters Foundation of America is to improve the quality of life and maintain the personal dignity of men and women in the radio and television broadcast profession who find themselves in acute financial need due to a critical illness, accident, advanced age or other serious misfortune.
The Aldo Leopold Nature Center s leading the way to ensure visitors of all ages and backgrounds have opportunities to connect with nature by offering positive and constructive learning opportunities that capture their interest, engage their senses and teach them to appreciate the interconnectedness of all living things.
Chaddock is an internationally recognized leader in the treatment of children suffering from the psychological, emotional, and spiritual effects of significant abuse, neglect and trauma. Chaddock has served thousands of children and families every year from 33 different states through foster care and a full range of preventative, educational, and treatment services.