BEFORE you tackle this question, go to the Learning Zone to find out about big corporations, and take a couple of quizzes to test your knowledge.
Should big corporations have to donate to charity? Should this become the law?
Many corporations already donate - for example, in 2013 launched AmazonSmile – a programme that let Amazon customers donate to charity every time they shop. By 2020, it had raised $215 million for global charities. However, should it become a law that corporations should donate to charity, or do we just leave it up to the corporations to decide?
Give your opinion, followed by your reasons. It doesn't have to be simple a Yes or No answer - you might find a "grey area" in-between and use your creativity and problem-solving to come up with a new idea.
The best answers will give a clear point, followed by reasons that support it.
How to structure your answer:
"I think that...
My reasons for this are..."
If you think it should not be a law, then what would you suggest people or governments do to encourage corporations to give to charity?
If you think this should become a law, how would the government decide which charities the money should go to?