Donor Alliance, the federally designated, non-profit organ procurement organization serving Colorado and most of Wyoming, is pleased to announce that it has been selected as one of The Denver Post Top Workplaces.
The notable list is determined based on employee feedback. The employee survey is conducted by WorkplaceDynamics, LLP, a leading research firm on organizational health and employee engagement.
“We are dedicated to saving lives through organ and tissue donation and transplantation, and our mission-driven culture gives our employees a strong sense of purpose,” said Sue Dunn, president and CEO of Donor Alliance. “With more than 100,000 small employers in Colorado and nearly 200 that entered the Top Workplaces competition, we are very proud to be among the state’s best.”
Donor Alliance’s core values are Integrity, Stewardship, Courage, Excellence, Engagement, Celebration, Innovation, Accountability and People First. In addition to traditional employee benefits like wellness programs, tuition and health club reimbursement, and a charitable contribution program, the organization offers employees something much more extraordinary: the opportunity to help save lives. Donor Alliance employs 106 passionate, dedicated and caring staff in Colorado.
WorkplaceDynamics conducts regional Top Workplaces programs with 40 major publishing partners across the United States. The Denver Post published its complete list of Top Workplaces on April 13th. For more information about the Top Workplaces lists and WorkplaceDynamics, please visit www.topworkplaces.com and www.workplacedynamics.com.
About Donor Alliance Donor Alliance is a non-profit organization dedicated to saving lives through organ and tissue donation and transplantation. As the organ and tissue procurement agency for Colorado and most of Wyoming, Donor Alliance serves more than 5.8 million residents and more than 100 hospitals. Donor Alliance adheres to the highest medical and ethical standards: respectfully working with the families of organ and tissue donors, maintaining partnerships with hospitals and educating residents on the life-saving benefits of donation and inspiring them to sign up on the state’s donor registry. Colorado and Wyoming boast some of the highest rates of donor registration in the country, which directly translates to more lives saved and healed through organ and tissue transplantation. Donor Alliance is one of 58 federally designated organizations of its kind in the United States. For more information visit DonorAlliance.org or the Donate Life Colorado or Donate Life Wyoming Facebook pages.