“Playing Procurement Plinko was a great way for conference attendees to support a great cause while getting to know the Denali team,” said Denali Managing Partner Don Dougherty, who was in attendance. “As with most trade conferences, participants attending ISM are looking for opportunities to network, have access to thought leadership, and learn about ways they can leverage best practices within their organizations. In addition to that, playing Procurement Plinko gave us a chance to connect with our peers on a human level---knowing that together we can help make a difference in the lives of others through the Cancer Society.”
Denali Group’s community giving efforts do not stop at the ISM Conference. The company’s Pittsburgh team of employees will be volunteering with the Relay for Life on June 16, 2012. More specifically, they will be setting up, serving, and cleaning up after the Survivor Dinner that will take place on that day.
“We are excited to have the Denali team help with our Survivor Dinner,” said Kellie Robinson, Survivorship Chair for the Relay for Life of North Allegheny. “It is through active participation and the commitment of local individuals and businesses that help to make our relay such a meaningful event.”
"We are committed to the communities in which we live and work,” added Dougherty. "Our goal at Denali is to make a difference – through donations to worthy causes, as well as hands–on community involvement.”