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. c. Establish Importance
They have also exemplified the Mid Pacific learner profile very well. They collaborated and positively impacted global peers, they embraced appropriate risks and opportunities to help solve novel problems, and they nurtured and sustained the environment and community in which they live. The two of them researched, experimented, analyzed, problem solved, and ended up fabricating a vaccine that positively impacted everyone around the globe. Before they started researching, the U.S Army Board hired Francis to work on the flu vaccine, which was an opportunity they embraced. They were in collaboration with the Army and they embraced the risk and opportunity of creating a flu vaccine, which ended up helping the world and solving the epidemic problem.
I choose to focus my project upon because I volunteer for the organization annually and have observed leadership styles of program leaders. The Salvation Army K&WM aim to encourage individuals and communities as a whole to be self-sufficient and maintain basic standards of living by offering the following programs: Emergency Assistance, Community Center, Homeless Services, Drug and Alcohol Treatment, Children 's Shelter. This project will assess each programs areas of strength and weaknesses. Areas of Strength: The Salvation Army constantly offer new, innovative products or service to areas of poverty. The Salvation Army has a wide array of professional networks through which resources can be shared and communication can be exchanged regarding the organizations services.
Drew made outstanding discoveries in the process of blood transfusion. Drew handled two of the largest blood banks during World War 2. Drew grew up in Washington, D.C. When Drew graduated from Dunbar High School in the year 1922, he went to Amherst College on a sports scholarship.
Out of all of Evita's achievements, one of the most significant was the Eva Peron Foundations contribution in public health. In 1951, the 'health train' traveled around the country for four months in order to provide free health services. Jujuy and greater Buenos Aires require help in remote communities and more children hospitals, and they accomplished just this. Within the next year, Catamarca, Corrientes, Entre Ríos, Jujuy, Mendoza, Rosario, Salta and Santiago del Estero and Buenos Aires founded five polyclinics. As a result, 15,000 hospital beds were created in 1952 alone (Hedges).
Reveal & relate topic: We all need to learn about Zika today because it is currently rapidly spreading around the globe. III. Credibility: According to an article by Debra Goldschmidt on CNN, April 15th of 2016 -- The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention screened a little over 4,000 people for the Zika virus between January and March. Over 4% tested positive for the virus. More than 94% tested negative and another 1% had an unspecified virus in the same family as Zika.
“The best part of what I do professionally is the ability to take action in more than one way,” Reed Oliver said. “I am able to provide concrete answers and support for each student’s individual needs, kind of like tailor making a suit in the form of education, specifically designed to fit each diverse student just right.” Reed Oliver is currently working on several big projects, including the development of a diversity flag display that will represent the diversity of L&C’s students, faculty and staff, the expansion of L&C’s international studies program, and reigniting L&C’s gospel choir. Reed Oliver graduated with her bachelor’s degree in Elementary Education and a master’s degree in Education Administration and Leadership from SIUE. She is a member of the Alton Community Awareness Panel and Women Empowering Women of Reliance Bank. She is also an inspirational and motivational
Between American soldiers and civilians, the estimated death toll during World War 2 (WWII) reaches an outstanding 418,500 ("By the Numbers: World-Wide Deaths"). The success of American Soldiers on the battlefront required the efforts of each citizen back on American soil. In order to supply war efforts, the United States government began to place restrictions on items that were in high demand on the battlefront. This practice became known as rationing, and soon Americans knew all too well the sacrifices that came with surviving a war. How did rationing affect everyday life of those on the home front during WWII?
Thank you, Aunt Bessie for entrusting me with this enormous task. You have shown me the underside of America that I did not know existed. It has made me appreciate all of the social reforms that took place during the Progressive Era to make life better for all Americans. You have helped me learn about the Progressive reformers like Jane Addams, John Muir, Lewis Hine, Upton Sinclair, Teddy Roosevelt, William Howard Taft, Woodrow Wilson, and many more dedicated citizens like yourself. You have given child labor, food safety, and deforestation a great gift of
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).
Veteran Crisis Line. The Veteran Crisis Line is a hotline created for veterans and their friends and family members as an initiative in the prevention of suicides among the veteran population. The Veterans Crisis Line is staffed by suicide and crisis prevention counselors who take calls from veterans, friends of veterans, and concerned family members. This crisis line is staffed 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Since its inception in 2007, the Veterans Crisis Line has taken more than 650,000 calls and claims to have saved more than 23,000 lives (McCarl, 2013).
In February 2005, Bishop Jakes presented checks to the U.S. Fund for UNICEF from The Potter’s House and Clay Academy of $100,606.11. This donation became the largest tsunami relief donation ever received by UNICEF from a faith-based organization. Through his many charitable works, T.D. Jakes is known for extending a hand of help to the needy, a heart of compassion to the hurting, and message of inspiration to the disenfranchised. He is a winner of several prestigious awards such as the BET Honors, Stellar Award, NAACP Image Award, Keeper of the Dream Award and McDonald’s 365Black Award for his humanitarian
American Red Cross is governed by volunteers and supported by community donations. The American Red Cross is a nationwide network of more than 650 chapters and 36 blood services regions dedicated to saving lives and helping people prepare for and respond to medical emergencies. One of the updated facts from the case summary is the American Red Cross is open 365 days a year and is open 24 hours a day. Now that ARC requires all employees and volunteers to read and sign a two page document about the Code of Business Ethics and conduct the ethical culture of the American Red Cross has improved (Ferrell, Fraedrich & Ferrell, 2015). Reference: Ferrell, O. C., Fraedrich, J., & Ferrell, L. (2015).Business ethics: Ethical decision making & cases (10th