In 2010, America’s largest mortgage lender Quicken Loans moved its headquarters and 1,700 team members from suburban Detroit to the heart of downtown. Since then, the company has grown to include more than 17,000 team members in downtown Detroit, as well as offices in Cleveland, Charlotte, and Phoenix. But not only has Quicken Loans grown in number, it’s also grown exponentially in its commitment to doing well by doing good.
In this webinar, Rob Frappier, Creative Director for the Quicken Loans Community Fund, will talk about the impact Quicken Loans has had in its community through its unique “For-More-Than-Profit” approach, which is driving creative solutions to some of Detroit’s most challenging problems.
You Will Learn:
- How a culture and legacy of innovation as a mortgage lender informed Quicken Loans’ approach to community investment and the development of its “For-More-Than-Profit” strategy.
- How Quicken Loans is working with community partners on key initiatives in Detroit, including housing stability and workforce development.
- How Quicken Loans is engaging its more than 17,000 team members to make an impact in the community through skilled volunteering opportunities.