Corporate Social Responsibilities America’s Charities – Snapshot 2015 found that more than “80 percent of respondents use technology to allow employees to give money, 65 percent use it to record volunteer hours and 69 percent use technology to sign up for a volunteer event.” “About one-third (37 percent) use technology platforms
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Human trafficking is one of the most disturbing and pressing issues in today’s world, and is unfortunately overlooked by most people. It involves the illegal trade of human beings who are forced into labor, sexual acts, or other means of exploitation. In other words, it’s defined as modern slavery. Human
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