Wheaton, IL (PRWEB) June 4, 2006
Most people growing up in the United States don’t have a day-to-day view of abject poverty. They don’t know what it’s like to go to bed night after night with little or nothing to eat. But if you spent your childhood growing up in India, you have a totally different perspective. Just ask G. Stalin Babu, co-founder of Cybersoftdesigns.com. Born in India, Babu immigrated to the United States in 1999. Like so many of his fellow countrymen, Babu landed a good job in the technology sector. Working in some of the country’s biggest companies is a dream come true for most people. For Babu, it is a means to an end.
Founded in 2005, Cybersoftdesigns.com looks like most every Internet design firm when you visit their site. The menu has the usual links to the artist’s portfolio, and that all important “About Us” page. But what you can’t see on the web site are hungry children. Babu sees them, however, and that’s why Cybersoftdesigns exists.
“I understand what it is like to be a child without enough to eat and how it feels to be so poor that even a few pennies can make a big difference in how you face tomorrow,” Babu said. And that’s the reason Babu donates 30% of his company’s profits to Child Relief and You (CRY.org) and other child welfare organizations.
“Until you see how much of a difference even a few dollars per month can make in a hungry child’s life, you have no idea of the power you have to change the world by passing up on even 1 cup of coffee and a muffin and sending that money to cry instead,” Babu added.
Like most startup companies, Cybersoftdesigns.com is dealing with the issues of establishing themselves in a highly competitive space. But unlike so many startup companies, Babu’s has its heart in the right place.
For more information on Cybersoftdesigns.com, or to discuss having a web site designed that will not only look good, but will make a difference to a hungry child, visit http://www.Cybersoftdesigns.com or contact Babu directly.