|Raised over $580,000 last year.||Donated $1,397,950 in media.||Employees volunteered 1000 hours.|
We live, work and give here.
- The Cox Foundation recently donated $1,000,000 to The Woodland Cemetery Restoration.
- The Dayton Media Center received awards for excellence in our goal for zero waste to landfill.
- The Cox Foundation donated $1,000,000 to the Dayton Riverscape Project.
- The Cox Foundation donated $250,000 to the Children’s Hospital Tower Project.
- Since 1998, We’ve raised over $3.8 Million for Dayton’s Children’s Hospital.
- Our newspapers championed the Valley Food Relief raising over $300,000 for area food banks.
We take corporate responsibility seriously.
We take corporate social responsibility very seriously. The Cox Family is from the area, the company started in Dayton in 1898, and as those who came before us, we are committed to making a difference in the Miami Valley for generations to come. We dedicate time and resources to support our region through non-profit fundraising campaigns, conservation efforts, community sponsorships and local events. This enables us to appreciate the rich history, background, and innovative spirit of this area.
Neighbors Helping Neighbors is focused on 4 key community needs:
Environment and Conservation
|Through our corporate Cox Conserves program, we are acting now to preserve the environment for future generations. We are committed to balancing the needs of business and the environment by seeking every way-big and small-to reduce our environmental footprint in the Miami Valley.||We all want this region to expand and grow. We support local organizations that are making a difference by rebuilding neighborhoods, increasing access to economic markets, building community wealth and fostering collaboration. We believe this region is on the best in America and want to support groups that feel the same way.|
Outreach for Youth
Health and Wellness
|We believe in providing our youth (ages 12 to 22 years old) with opportunities by investing in programs that equip young people with the skills required for the future.||We will invest in organizations and activities that improve the health of our communities through medical education, research, safety, prevention, and treatment.|
The James M Cox Foundation:
The prestigious James Middleton Cox Foundation provides philanthropic support for not-for-profit organizations in communities where Cox Enterprises, Inc. does business. Learn about the Cox’s Foundation eligibility and submit an online request form.
We care about our environment.
Launched in 2007 by Chairman Jim Kennedy, Cox Conserves is Cox Enterprises’ national sustainability program. Cox Conserves focuses on reducing waste and energy consumption, as well as conserving water.
Our goal with our local Dayton facilities is to produce zero waste to landfill by 2024 and become carbon and water neutral by 2044. We are proud to be a recipient of the 2014 Chairman’s Award for Excellence.
Recently Cox created clean energy for residents of Beckley West Virginia.
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