A local company is finding ways to give back. One of the initiatives from the non-profit arm of Evolution Fulfillment, a logistics company, is called Edible Homework. It's a series of videos aimed at teaching families and "latchkey kids" how to cook healthy meals for under $3. "This is a way of creating healthy, easy meals for kids to cook," said company president Ben Martin.
The company's staff took part in a self-expression and leadership program, part of which includes taking on a community project.
The first video is finished and two more are in the editing process, Martin said.
Iraj Khabazian, cocreator of the Edible Homework project, said more videos are planned.
Staff members have also come up with ideas for initiatives including shoe and clothing drives, having nutritionists give talks at schools and a volunteer golf network to teach kids with developmental disabilities how to play the game.
Jasmine Tam said it's great to be able to give back to the community. She notes they've also been collecting used stamps for B.C. Guide Dogs.
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