Sedfrey Robles General Purpose: To Inform Topic: American Red Cross Statement of Specific Purpose: To inform the class about Red Cross and how that organization have helped many people. Thesis Statement: American Red Cross is one of the most helpful organizations here in the U.S. because it help/save many people with providing blood, shelter, support and tips to help us in terrible situation. I. Introduction a. Attention Getter - 5 amazing things red cross does to help and they help disaster relief, supporting military families, provide lifesaving blood, international service and give some health and safety services. b. State Topic - I'm going to inform the class more about the American Red Cross on how they are helping people.
One important effect is that both of them inspired many organizations and people to make a difference to help those in need. Hepburn’s sons, Sean and Luca created Audrey Hepburn Children 's Fund to continue her work (Ferrer, 1994). Second, Kelly saved and changed countless lives and communities from suffering and death around the world. According to Carers Victoria (2013), Krishna Emmanuel, Ahmed Mustafa and the former conjoined twins Trishna and Krishna were all in orphanages and she became the legal guardian and mother for them, which made a difference to their lives. In the same way, Hepburn helped children with water, food and medical services in several countries (Karim, 2014).
She reformed Russia culturally through her Enlightenment ideals as well as physically through the building of infrastructure. She built hospitals, schools, a museum, and a library. Along with rebuilding the infrastructure, she rebuilt the Russian navy to a level so good that she defeated the Ottomans with it. Her Enlightenment ideals reformed Russia through the laws that she created, two of which were: no torture and the need for education. Her awareness of diseases and the need for healthcare helped her when she faced two epidemics during her rule.
Authors Fran Burke and Betty Houchin Winfield both enlighten readers to the many accomplishments of former First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt. While both authors give Eleanor rightful praise and recognition, they do so in different ways. In her essay “She Made a Difference”, Burke focuses on Eleanor’s humanitarian work through charitable organizations, while in “The Legacy of Eleanor Roosevelt”, Winfield places more emphasis on Eleanor’s work as a journalist and influence in shaping the role of the first lady. By providing various examples of her dedication, persistence, and independence, Burke and Winfield write effective pieces that highlight Eleanor’s most noteworthy qualities.
She reinforces her idea of her role in society and attached to the meaning of democratic society. Immigrating to America, Ruggles from “Ruggles of Red Gap”, like the women in Jewish society first experienced equality. Jewish women and Ruggle felt the significance of self worthiness after experiencing equal opportunity. Tradition eastern European
The American Red Cross has emergency vehicles to drive out and help with food water and health. The red cross makes a dramatic difference in our world today, they save life’s help the ones who are hungry and rescue the ones in need. The American Red Cross also supports military families. The American Red Cross has been sending
Dr. John Hope Franklin’s inspiration to reshape America’s Racial Identity Dr. Franklin wrote the short story The Train from Hate. He expresses the memories that day. “I shall always be happy that my mother taught me that the journey to understanding and tolerance was more important that the journey to Checotah.” (Franklin 712). “I remembered that I should not waste my time or energy lamenting the inability of some members of society to take me as I was.”
The WPP became the Women 's International League for Peace and Freedom in 1919, and in recognition of her work, Addams was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 1931 (Gumery, Keith). For these efforts she shared the 1931 Nobel Peace Prize with Nicholas Murray Butler, a prominent educator and longtime president of Columbia University in New York City ("Addams, Jane"). Her worked in the women 's movement which was how she received the Nobel Peace Prize demonstrates her influence in the nations
Throughout the years thousands of soldiers have sacrificed their lives to protect the american people. Everyday people make sacrifices, they may not sacrifice their lives, but they have sacrificed their time, money and comfort. People make all sorts of sacrifices. Some sacrifice their time to help others who want help with something or to study for the test that they haven 't studied for.
The nonprofit agency that I have chosen is the Red Cross. The Red Cross is considered humanitarian resources. The Red Cross was founded by Clara Barton in 1881. The Red Cross is an organization that helps those who are in need by providing them with emergency assistance. The Red Cross mostly get fund by donations.
In 1840, Brisbane became a regional community for free settlers of these many families desired to have their children educated. These settling families, mostly with Irish catholic backgrounds, believed that education was able to provide jobs and financial security for the family not only for the child/children. The catholic church believed schools were a high priority not only for education that lead to jobs and financial security, but to strengthen the catholic church and its community in Brisbane. (Ryan, 2009) As the Catholic Church felt so strongly about establishing schools and education for the children of the early settlers, new schools were often built first in new areas and then the church was built.
Clara Barton was the “Angel of the Battlefield” (History.com). Clara Barton changed the face of medicine through her experience and knowledge in the field, and her success in creating and running the American Red Cross. Clara Barton once a patent office worker, went
Now for more than 160 years of successful help to those in need, the visions are ever growing to fit the needs of families and the community around them. The support for stronger families means help to get them there, supplying legal advice for some, full health services, and special events and programs so everyone will grow together. The start of early childhood programs to working mothers, mothers going to school, and just needing help spread nationwide. All of this came from a controversial social experiment from a handful of
Austin Storie Mrs. Call American Literature January 31, 2016 Red Scare: The Era of Mass Hysteria Imagine being disowned from your family, losing your job, and facing jail time over an untrue rumor. That situation may seem farfetched, but it was a reality for some during the Red Scare. While government action during the Red Scare was intended to protect democracy, it did more harm than good.