The United States Of America Essay

1563 Words Nov 25th, 2015 null Page
If you were asked what country is the most generous, would the United States of America pop up in your mind? Based on the 2015 Charities Aid Foundation, Myanmar tops the charts as #1 being holistically helpful to strangers, volunteering time, and donating money (Low, John). The United States comes a close second from the past years’ triumph of the #1 position with Myanmar. Second place shows a lot of generosity, yet many still say that the people in the United States represent a greedy group of individuals. From what I researched and have seen with my own experiences, the United States of America are well-known to being extremely generous. The citizens of the United States show their generosity during natural disasters, in charitable organization, and volunteering their service.
Throughout the past centuries, there have been catastrophic natural disasters that have rocked the core of all human beings. Within the past decade, massive numbers of disasters have occurred, and the United States was the front-runner in helping out in aid and establishing support groups. On August 29, 2005, Hurricane Katrina collided with the Gulf Coast of the United States ( Staff). This storm ended up as a Category 3 on the Saffir-Simpson Hurricane scale, which is “a 1 to 5 rating based on a hurricane’s sustained wind speed” (The Saffir-Simpson Team). When a hurricane reaches a category 3, it is a major hurricane with devastating damage occurring. Hurricane Katrina had winds of…

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