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Destination DSG - Committed to giving back to local communities

Kelly Morrione, Marketing Associate

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Kelly Morrione,

DSG - is committed to giving back to local communities

At DSG, our commitment to providing excellence in service extends beyond eClinical solutions. This includes giving back to the communities in which we live and work, striving to make a difference each and every day. We believe corporate responsibility is the platform that best influences how we engage with the clients we serve. Here at DSG, we take pride in the work we do for both our clients and our neighbors. As our company continues to grow, so does the impact we have on the community. Our employees invest their time, talent and resources to help build a brighter future for the communities we serve.

This year, DSG is partnering with Cradles to Crayons, an organization dedicated to seeing that those less fortunate have the materials they need to have a great back-to-school experience. A local nonprofit organization provides children from birth through age 12, living in homeless or low-income situations, with the essential items they need to thrive - at home, at school, and at play. Our employees generously donated supplies for children to promote learning and boost self-esteem. As an organization, we are passionate about the importance of giving back to better the community as a whole.

Back to school

DSG donates supplies to Our Lady of Lourdes Regional School, Shamokin, PA. Aug. 27, 2018 L-R Kelly Morrione, Marketing Associate, DSG; Sister Maureen Donati, IHM, Principal, Lower School; Jacqueline Kerris, Director of Development

In addition, Tony Varano, CEO of DSG, a dedicated supporter of education, has provided essential supplies to Our Lady of Lourdes Regional High School. He believes having the fundamentals is a great way to begin the school year for these children. In addition, over the past six years, Tony has focused on using the Educational Improvement Tax Credit (EITC) to help keep the school open as it battled to survive. Tony Varano has raised over a million dollars for Lourdes through the EITC program and this wonderful school continues to thrive as a beacon of hope for young people throughout Pennsylvania’s coal region.

Giving back to the communities we serve is just another example of the leadership we take to make the Philadelphia area an even better place to live and work.