Donor Alliance, the federally designated non-profit organization that facilitates organ and tissue donation in Colorado and most of Wyoming, has been recognized as a 2022 Top Workplace by The Denver Post and was also awarded the Best at Making Work Meaningful across all categories. This is the ninth year the organization has been honored as one of the region’s top small companies.
A Top Workplace Ranking
The Top Workplaces rankings are based solely on the results of an anonymous employee feedback survey. The survey measures several aspects of workplace culture, including Alignment, Execution and Connection throughout the organization. With a mission of saving lives through organ and tissue donation and transplantation, Donor Alliance earned the Best at Making Work Meaningful designation by scoring highest on the question “My job makes me feel like I am a part of something meaningful.”
“Our workforce is the heart and soul of our organization, and we are honored to once again be ranked among the top workplaces in Colorado,” said Jennifer Prinz, president and CEO of Donor Alliance. “The resiliency and determination of our staff are what allows us to achieve our mission to save lives through organ and tissue donation and transplantation. Last year alone, our region saw a record 642 lives saved through donation.”
A Mission Driven Culture That Offers Much More
A recognized leader in organ and tissue donation, Donor Alliance fosters a mission-driven culture through its core values: Integrity, Leadership, Excellence, Accountability and People First. In addition to traditional employee benefits like wellness programs, tuition reimbursement and a charitable contribution program, the organization offers employees something much more extraordinary: the opportunity to help save and enhance lives every day.