You always have someone around you who needs help. Do you see that? Will you see these people, these families? Thank you. With your help, when shopping with us, we have been able to help families around us with food, clothing, and furniture.
Scientists have found that generosity is tied to increased happiness: “Research in the field of psychology suggests that a possible motive for generous behavior is the increased happiness with which it is associated. For example, Dunn et al. found that spending money on others predicted an increase in happiness. This finding was supported by experimental studies across cultures and ages showing that participants who spent money (or sweets) on others reported higher levels of happiness compared to those who spent money (or sweets) on themselves. This is in line with the idea that generous behaviour is driven by the positive emotion (also termed warm glow) that it evokes.” The link between generosity and happiness may not be well understood but its presence is evident. Being generous, giving more, and helping others not only makes others feel better but ultimately it benefits you. It makes you more productive, more influential, and yes, happier.
I believe in giving back to those truly in need. I don’t want it to sound like one form of giving is better than the other because all giving is great. Basically what I mean is that I like to do things that I think have the most impact. With your help, when shopping with us, we have been able to help families around us with food, clothing, and furniture. And it makes us happy and grateful.