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.Read More
The Seattle Storm, in partnership with Denali Advanced Integration, has announced the ‘Birds Nest,’ a section of KeyArena that will host local non-profits who align with the mission and values of both organizations. The ‘Birds Nest’ allows low-income families to attend Storm games, giving kids in the community an opportunity to adopt Storm players as role models.Read More
Originally published in Puget Sound Business Journal (PSBJ):
Denali Advanced Integration was recently featured in a Puget Sound Business Journal article titled Washington's Family Businesses Increase Philanthropic Efforts. The article highlights the importance of giving back and how Washington-based family-owned companies are taking the lead in helping improve the lives of the most vulnerable people in our communities. Denali's annual Denali Dash event which benefits Seattle Children's Hospital is also featured.
Originally Published by CRN Magazine, a division of The Channel Company:
On September 9, Lee'or, his wife Wendy and their beaming daughter Sadie – now three years old – took center stage at the fourth annual Denali Dash 5K Run and 1K walk for kids. Hosted by Denali Advanced Integration, a global system integrator headquartered in Redmond, Washington, the Denali Dash has become an annual community celebration of Seattle Children's Hospital.
Denali Advanced Integration Raises Record $70K For Seattle Children's Hospital, System Integrator's Philanthropic Contributions Hit $4M.
Sienna Braun, who has fought a two-year battle with cancer, and her mom and dad, all participated in the Dash -- which raised $70,000 for Seattle Children's Hospital -- a new record for the annual event. The charitable donation also marked a major milestone in the philanthropy efforts of Denali. With the funds raised from the Dash, Denali has contributed $4 million in a variety of community organizations since its founding 24 years ago by Denali CEO Majdi Daher and his brother Mohamad.