May 22 2014VIEW ALL NEWS
Kirkland, WA –Xtreme was one of the 25 businesses to receive recognition on PSBJ’s Corporate Philanthropic List for medium sized businesses, which is ranked by total corporate and foundation cash giving in Washington in 2013.
Xtreme’s rankings on PSBJ’s Corporate Philanthropist List for medium sized businesses are as follows: 2014: #12 of 25 2013: #09 of 25 2012: #19 of 25 2011: #21 of 25 2010: #24 of 25
Xtreme supports a number of both local and global organizations. Local beneficiaries include: Campfire of Snohomish County, Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, Childhaven, Choices Education Group, Habitat for Humanity, Hire America’s Heroes, Hopelink, Interconnection, Jubilee Women’s Center, Kirkland Performance Center, Leukemia & Lymphoma Society, Nuestros Pequenos Hermanos, One Day’s Wages, Seattle Children’s Hospital, Seattle Education Access, Seattle Humane Society, Society of Information Management, University of Washington Foundation, and Washington State University Foundation.
Learn more about our citizenship efforts and our volunteer program on Xtreme’s community page: www.xtremeconsulting.com/community
The 2014 Corporate Philanthropists were announced at the Puget Sound Business Journal’s annual Corporate Citizenship Awards on Thursday, May 22nd at the Seattle Marriott Waterfront. The event honors companies of all sizes whose philanthropic efforts have strengthened our community. PSBJ recognizes 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 honorees, please visit: www.psbjcorporatecitizenship.com.