Taylor Communications Company

Community Relations

Taylor Communications has been active in giving back to the communities in which we serve (through charitable contributions, volunteer involvement and other giving programs) since our inception in 1912.  Today, the company actively supports many community programs through our Community Contributions Council.

The Community Contributions Council is comprised of a group of Taylor Communications associates who meet monthly to review requests from 501(c)(3) organizations.  The mission of the council is to support non-profit health and human services organizations that focus on the needs of children and youth at risk, emphasizing help for those with an economically or socially disadvantaged background.  Requests must be submitted in writing to:  The Community Contributions Council, 600 Albany St., Dayton, OH 45408.

The Sherman Taylor Communications Foundation was established in 1955 to support worthy causes in those communities where the company has a significant presence.  The foundation promotes or aids charitable programs, institutions and activities with particular emphasis on those serving children, youth and disadvantaged persons in connection with education and social service needs.    

In addition to these two groups, many Taylor Communications associates, in locations throughout the United States, are involved in volunteering their time to various causes in their local communities. 

Taylor Communications is proud of its employees who give generously of their time and energy to support various organizations working to improve the quality of life in their hometowns.