Why You Should Build a Culture of Giving Back
Why anyone is ever selfless is a mystery that has fascinated, not to mention frustrated, scientists since Charles Darwin, who considered it a major problem for his theory of natural selection. If every creature on earth was in competition with every other, then how to explain bees sacrificing themselves for the good of the hive, or men and women running into burning buildings to save the lives of strangers? These questions have led researchers to posit that helping others, even when it costs us dearly, is simply part of being successful social animals: Despite our imperative to compete, we ultimately find it pays off to be generous.
Here in Chicago our corporate headquarters just a few miles from the high rent district is the lower south side. In this area crime and poverty is a common thing among the children of the area. As a company we all agree NO CHILD should go without food. We have joined with the Chicago Food depository to END hunger one community at a time. We donate a percentage of our online sales to help fund the fight against hunger.