Puget Sound Business Journal Honors Denali at Corporate Citizenship Awards
Denali Named a 2019 Corporate Philanthropy List Maker
Denali Advanced Integration, a family-owned global IT company, announced today that Puget Sound Business Journal has named Denali a 2019 Corporate Philanthropy List Maker. Denali was honored at the 2019 Corporate Citizenship Awards among other leaders in corporate social responsibility such as Microsoft, Bank of America and T-Mobile.
Puget Sound Business Journal’s Corporate Citizenship Awards recognize corporate philanthropists and companies who have made significant contributions to the region. This year’s honorees combined to donate nearly $170 million throughout Washington State in 2018.
As a company, we are passionate about corporate social responsibility and strongly believe that every business has an obligation to participate in supporting the communities they serve. Giving back is ingrained in our culture. Thank you to Puget Sound Business Journal and all of the honorees for making giving back a priority.Majdi Daher, CEO & Founder at Denali Advanced Integration
Since its founding in 1992, Denali has been active in providing a hand up to the community through philanthropic initiatives. Denali has contributed more than $5 million to non-profit organizations over the past 27 years.
On September 14th, Denali will be hosting the 6th annual Denali Dash benefiting Seattle Children’s Hospital. The annual family-friendly fundraiser raised $90,000 for Seattle Children’s Hospital last year and features a 5K run, live music, food trucks, beer and wine garden and much more.