Bellevue, Wash., May 23, 2019 –Pacific Software Publishing, Inc. (PSPInc) has been listed with 74 other companies on the PSBJ 2019 Corporate Philanthropy List. This is PSPinc’s second time that PSPinc has been named to this list, the first time was the 2014 Corporate Citizen list. PSBJ will separate the list into three categories for further awards at the Corporate Citizenship and Healthy Community Corporate Champion honorees event, at 11:30 am, May 23rd.
The PSBJ Corporate Philanthropy list recognizes the top 75 businesses that give back to their community. This year, the 75 companies have donated almost 170 million dollars. This will mark the 10th time that PSPinc has been named to a Puget Sound Business Journal list in the past nine years including Top Minority-Owned Company 2018, 2017, & 2016, and the 2014 Corporate Citizen list.
“Our contributions through our PSP Children’s Foundation would not be possible without the help of generous companies and close friends who support our vision of helping the entrepreneurs of the future in our community.”
- Mayumi Nakamura, CEO
PSPinc has been serving the Puget Sound community for over 30 years. As a small business, we understand how much work it takes to be successful With a focus on helping businesses succeed online, PSPinc and its sister company Dreamersi, provide all the digital tools needed to run businesses of all sizes and in all industries, from online websites to web hosting, email accounts, custom hosting, and e-commerce tools.
About PSPinc: PSPinc was founded in 1987 by Ken Uchikura, who at that time was developing software out of a room in his apartment on Mercer Island, WA. Three decades later, PSPinc has grown into a full-service software company offering web hosting, web design, and marketing solutions. Headquartered in Bellevue, WA, PSPinc houses 50 employees with two additional offices in California. More than 40,000 companies worldwide trust them for websites, email, and online services. To learn more about PSPinc, please visit www.pspinc.com. PSP Children’s Foundation was formed in 2012 to provide programs and opportunities for children who are overcoming great challenges. PSPCF is partnering with UW to host a golf tournament to raise scholarships for 5 students. For more information on our children’s foundation you can follow us on Facebook.