With the Trump administration’s planning to cut federal funding for schools, infrastructure and social welfare, corporate volunteering programmes are trying to fill the gap

Can America’s sixth-largest US city get companies’ help to solve deep-seated poverty, job, and housing woes? With 1.5 million people, Philadelphia is an old, historic, and venerated US city with even older problems: entrenched poverty and homelessness, post-industrial joblessness, and a stretched social fabric. But a UN focus on the...

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