alliantgroup is proud to announce that it has been nominated as a large company finalist for the Houston Business Journal’s inaugural Corporate Philanthropy Awards.
The firm was nominated for the number of volunteer hours served by employees. Within the past year, alliantgroup has participated in various philanthropic efforts to aid the city of Houston as well as the state of Texas. From its numerous STEM initiatives in public schools and universities to volunteer work for Habitat for Humanity, the Ronald McDonald House, Leukemia Texas and Hurricane Harvey relief efforts, alliantgroup employees have demonstrated their commitment to bettering the community.
“It is a true honor to be nominated for this award,” said Dhaval Jadav, alliantgroup CEO. “In the wake of Hurricane Harvey, I saw first-hand how adversity brought out the true character of our people. Our employees made a full-on commitment to helping those in need and in rebuilding our wonderful city. This nomination just reaffirms what I have always known about the quality of people here at alliantgroup.”
An awards ceremony will take place on November 1, where the Houston Business Journal will honor all companies on the list and reveal their rankings.