Xtreme was ranked #19 of 25 businesses receiving recognition in PSBJ’s “Corporate Philanthropist List”, for medium sized businesses, which is ranked by total corporate and foundation cash giving in Washington in 2011. Awards were announced at the Puget Sound Business Journal’s third annual Corporate Citizenship Awards luncheon at the Sheraton Hotel Seattle on May 17, 2012.
Xtreme rankings on PSBJ’s “Corporate Philanthropist List”, for medium sized businesses, are as followed:
#19 of 25 in 2012
#21 of 25 in 2011
#24 of 25 in 2010
Local beneficiaries supported by Xtreme Consulting Group include: AtWork, Seattle Humane Society, WSU, UW, Jubilee Women’s Center, Choices Education, MDA, Northwest Harvest, American Heart Association, Susan G. Komen, Leukemia & Lymphomas Society, AWB Institute
The annual Corporate Citizenship Awards event recognize the top 75 corporate philanthropists in the region – 25 large businesses (revenue over $500 Million), 25 medium sized businesses (revenue $20 – $500 Million), and 25 small businesses (revenue under $20 Million). To view the complete list of companies and the honorees of the Healthy Community Corporate Champion Awards visitwww.psbjcorporatecitizenship.com.
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