Kirkland, WA – For the eighth consecutive year, Xtreme Consulting has earned a spot on the prestigious Puget Sound Business Journal’s Top Corporate Philanthropy List. This esteemed recognition reflects our ongoing commitment to give back to our community through both volunteering and monetary donations.
Each year, the PSBJ surveys local businesses about their corporate giving and community service activities. The publication then ranks the top 75 businesses based on their efforts to strengthen our community through philanthropy.
Xtreme placed 9th in the medium-sized company category, which includes companies with annual revenues between $20 and $500 million. Awards were announced at the Puget Sound Business Journal’s eighth annual Corporate Citizenship Awards luncheon at the Sheraton Seattle Hotel on May 17, 2017.
“We are honored and proud to be recognized as a leading corporate citizen in the state of Washington,” said Greg Rankich, Chief Executive Officer of Xtreme Consulting Group. “We are inspired to do our part in making our communities a better place and continue to advance our corporate responsibility efforts every year.”
Xtreme rankings on PSBJ’s Corporate Philanthropy List for medium-sized businesses, are as follows:
#09 of 25 in 2017
#15 of 25 in 2016
#18 of 25 in 2015
#12 of 25 in 2014
#09 of 25 in 2013
#19 of 25 in 2012
#21 of 25 in 2011
#24 of 25 in 2010
Xtreme is a proud supporter of many local and global non-profit organizations and we are actively committed to strengthening the communities where we live and work. Some of our top local beneficiaries include: Hopelink, Attain Housing, Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, Habitat for Humanity, Seattle Humane Society, Treehouse, Communities in Schools, and the Washington State University Foundation.