Nearly 200,000 Philadelphians take advantage of Internet Essentials, along with six million users nationwide.
So far, the collaboration has resulted in 500 free lunches that otherwise wouldn't have existed.
When you can't pass a credit check, costs add up even faster.
Disposable swipe cards are now an option for social service agencies.
It's being put forth by Rep. Tarah Toohil, who had 42 (!) foster siblings.
If you buy Abundantly Good products, you're helping feed hungry Philadelphians.
The Women's Community Revitalization Project offers 282 units and a slew of community services.
How to handle the break without breaking the bank.
The policy change would likely depend on state implementation.
The GoFundMe page for Philadelphia is nearly half memorial campaigns.
Nearly half the city's residents can't make ends meet. That's not ok.