Charities Aren’t Happy Anymore

The people elected into office in governments of most nations are instrumental in improving and safeguarding the lives of the citizens. They tap on various resources in implementing various programs that aim in nation building as well as demand for tax payments for various goods and services, so the state has money to use in the delivery of basic services for the people. Yet there are still private organizations that go the extra mile and engage themselves in various charitable activities that aim in uplifting the lives of the poor and the impoverished that the government can’t always attend to.

The United States of America may be a first-world nation but there are still thousands (even millions) of homeless people scattered all over the country. That’s not even including the millions of Americans living in poverty and often dependent on federal assistance to meet their daily needs. So, it’s safe to assume that America is silently struggling internally despite its image as a strong and rich nation to outsiders. A big part of America’s success can be attributed to the charities that support the people. However, it sounds like a problem is brewing between these charitable institutions and the current administration and the people will eventually be on the losing end here or maybe not.

More than a dozen charities have pulled their events from President Trump’s Mar-a-Lago resort in a continued backlash to how Trump responded to the fatal