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Wal-Mart Pledges $4M For NY Youth Program
Wal-Mart has granted $4 million to New York City's summer youth-employment program.
Wal-Mart has granted $4 million to New York City's summer youth-employment program, The Wall Street Journal reports. The U.S. department store chain also pledged to raise an additional $1 million for the program.
With Walmart’s contribution, the program has seen $6 million in private donations in total, along with $20 million from the city and $10 million from the state, adds The Epoch Times. The latest donation by Walmart is expected to offer 3,400 minimum wage jobs.
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