Originally published on Puget Sound Business Journal (PSBJ):
Mentoring college students, organizing a 5K run or giving away pancakes might not seem connected, but they're all part of a growing trend of companies attempting to show the world they care about more than just profit. Family-owned companies are among those that have spearheaded the practice in Washington state. To them, the buzz around corporate citizenship and corporate social responsibility is a matter of good business.Read More
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.