SA Piggush In the CommunityAs a family business, we value meaningful contribution and that is why we support the community in which we work and live. While donating our resources to many different organizations is important to our entire team, below are a few foundations that are especially close to our hearts.American Cancer Society (ACS)ACS is close to our team’s hearts for dual reasons. Kim is a two-time cancer survivor of colorectal cancer. Battling this awful disease was a life changing experience for her, Scott, and everyone who loves them. ACS funds research towards their goal of ridding the world of cancer so no one else has to go through what Kim, Scott and their family & friends did. ACS funds and conducts cancer research, shares expert information, supports patients, and spreads the word about prevention. Brandon is on the Board of ACS in Chicago and has enjoyed being apart of raising funds and awareness towards cancer. Bishop McNamara Catholic High School (BMCS)Scott & Kim’s daughters attend school at BMCS where they are dedicated to maximizing the potential of its students, spiritually, morally, and intellectually through a faith-based community of academic excellence and service to others. The need for community involvement when it comes to private, Catholic education is recognized and is the reason Scott & Kim donate so much of their time and resources towards continuing to help this school thrive. Their family along with countless other families are reaping the benefits of this type of community support! Fellowship HousingThis Illinois-founded charity’s mission is to empower single moms to build a new legacy. These are women who are struggling for stability and often one crisis away from homelessness. They offer two years of safe and affordable transitional housing to moms and their children, including financial training, accountability, and a focused path from financial crisis to permanent housing upon graduation and ultimately, guidance to long-term stability. Project HeadSpace and TimingVeterans and their families face countless hardships when integrating back into their communities. Project HeadSpace and Timing was founded to promote positive mental health practices to our nation’s veterans by working to unify them with their communities, nature, and themselves. Their goal is to bridge the gap between a community of people extremely supportive of their veterans that may not know how to show it, with veterans that need the support of their community, but may not know how to ask.