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    I felt really good to have made a contribution to the community. Just walking in to the office made me feel good. The people inside were welcoming. They didn’t hesitate and they came right away to take my donation. It felt even better that I chose a great and big organization like Island Harvest because they are the largest hunger relief organization on Long Island. Between 2013 and 2014, Island Harvest collected and distributed approximately 22 million pounds of food and products, which provided 18 million meals to people in need. I’m hoping with my donation the numbers will be even bigger by the end of this year. I feel as though I helped to make a difference because this organization relies on volunteers, in-kind services, and donated food…

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    Organ donation is the process through which human organs are obtained for transplant surgery (Funk & Wagnalls New World Encyclopedia). The primary reason a person becomes an organ donor is to give a gift of life to someone. According to United Network for Organ Sharing (UNOS) 121,524 people are awaiting for the lifesaving organ transplant. Of those, 77,096 people are active on waiting list. There is presently an organ shortage crisis in the United States. On average, 22 patients die each day…

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    Organ Donation Beneficial

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    Organ donation is the act of surgically removing an organ from one individual and transplanting that organ into another individual. This process is necessary because the receiving individual's particular organ has failed and in order to survive they must accept a functioning organ. Therefore, organ donation is necessary to save lives. Although, in order to have the organs available, the community must be willing to donate their organs. Overall, to greatly increase the amount of organs available,…

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    We should donate blood General Purpose: To persuade my audience about blood donation. Specific Purpose: To persuade my audience about the importance of blood donation and realize them that blood donation is a good for all of us. Organizational Pattern: Monroe’s motivated sequence. Attention Getter: My ten-year-old cousin was included in a lethal street accident recently, and he required blood so earnestly. He went on the holding up rundown promptly, however it took us a couple of hours before we…

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    Organ Donation In Canada

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    people out there are capable of saving lives, but no one’s stepping up? As many as 18 people die every day waiting for an organ. For many that might not seem like a lot but at this rate, that is almost 6500 deaths each year. But there is a better, effective, and more efficient way to lower these deaths and that is to have automatic organ donation in Canada. Argument #1 Over 1600 Canadians are added to the organ waiting list each year, many have a happy ending but many more don't. Because the…

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    reasons why an altruistic kidney donor wants to donate is disregarded; for this reason there is lack of information explaining the reasons behind an altruistic donor. Although, recently a study by Clarke et al (2013) found donors commonly donate due to “connectedness to others” and “un-easy negotiations with others”. Due to a more individualistic society in the past Altruistic kidney donors were seen by many as a possible mental illness Sadler et al (1971). This study by Challenor Watts (2013)…

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    Sperm Donation Benefits

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    turn to sperm donation and artificial insemination.You might choose a sperm donor to help when unable to conceive such as a woman who doesn 't have a male partner or a couple experiencing male infertility. Like many things, there are both beneficial and unbeneficial outcomes to sperm donors. Some benefits being that it will help mothers trying to conceive and same sex couples along with the men and women who are serving in our military. A few unbeneficial issues being not knowing the medical…

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    Mattie Wiseman Persuasive Outline Organ Donation My purpose is to convince the audience that lack of organ donations is a problem (need step) and show them that registering to donate after they pass away is the solution (solution step). I will convince them to register online or at the DMV to donate their organs (action step) by showing them the benefits and practically of the plan (visualization step). I. Introduction A. Who here are glad that their organs are working properly within their…

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    transplant it is almost hopeless to think that you will live long enough to get a transplant. Therefore, our government needs to step in and set some boundaries regarding organ donation. Not only is the transplant list extremely long, but you could help cure someone or help them get off horrific treatments that are their only options until they can receive a transplant. When someone has diabetes, they can receive a transplant from someone who has a viable pancreas that allows them to not…

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    “I want to be remembered for the life I gave as well as the life I lived.” Organ donations are surprisingly not that common as one of would think. Many people believe that if you put that you are an organ donor, on your license that the paramedics won’t try as hard to save you, since they can save more than one life. Organ donations help save people’s lives every day, giving kids the chance to grow up, or the chance for parents to see their kids grow up. With that being said, there are many…

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