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Ginger Christ of IndustryWeek reports on how Transportation Insight partnered with nonprofit Samaritans Feet and completely changed the charitable culture of their organization. Beyond Charitable Giving: Creating a Culture of Servitude By: Ginger Christ (IndustryWeek) There are no trust falls at Transportation Insight. Or elaborate human knots. Or name games. But there is feet washing. When it comes to team building, Paul Thompson, chairman and founder of Transportation Insight, wants to make a lasting impact. He wants to change lives. Thats why Thompson sent his entire leadership team to foreign countries on shoe distribution missions with the nonprofit Samaritans Feet. Thompson, who has taken each of his children individually and his family collectively on similar missions, over a three-year period sent his leadership team in pairs to low-income areas in Africa and South America. There, the managers worked alongside Samaritans Feet, distributing shoes to and washing the feet