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Sample Outline, Thanks to Vanessa Wendelken! Vanessa Wendelken Speech 1114:18 M.W.F 2-2:50 pm Good Citizens Speech: Community Food Response Topic: Community Food Response Specific Purpose: Encourage others to volunteer to work at Community Food Response. I. Introduction A. Attention Material: According to an article in Restaurant Hospitality, "More than 12% of the U.S. population--that's about 34.5 million people--live below the poverty level. Even sadder: According to the U.S. Census Bureau, more than 40% of all poor Americans are children. This means that nearly 20% of American children under the age of 18--that's 13 million kids--live in poverty." B. Tie to Audience: That's quite a large number, but many of you may not know someone that fights with hunger every day. Many of you are fortunate enough to be able to not worry about how you will afford your next meal. C. Credibility: I've been working at Community Food Response, a local organization that gives out food that has been donated from various restaurants in the area. I talked with Lois McDougal, one of the main people of the organization and I also found many periodical references pertaining to the topic. D. Thesis/Preview: Today I will tell you how you what the needs of Community Food Response are and how you can benefit from helping fill those needs. Transition into body of speech: An article in the May 1999, Supermarket Business talked of a "document that is the 1998 annual report of Second Harvest, the Chicago-based umbrella for 188 U.S. food banks, bears on its cover an empty plate and the simple, telling statement: “No dream can live without dinner.”" II. Body A. Need 1. A community can be greatly torn up by hunger. It affects anyone and everyone in some way or another. Hunger leaves a burden on everyone, be that
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This note was uploaded on 09/20/2011 for the course 010 002 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '10 term at University of Iowa.

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