Informative Speech Outline
General Purpose: To Inform
Specific Purpose: To inform Students about The Keep-A-Breast Organization
Central Idea: I’d like to inform students about The History of Keep-A-Breast Organization, Who the Keep-A-Breast Organization is, and how they get young adults interested in Prevention of Breast Cancer.
Breast Cancer. An uncontrolled growth of breast cells referring to a malignant tumor that has developed from cells in the Breast. In 2010, an estimated 207,090 new cases of invasive breast cancer are expected to be diagnosed in women in the U.S., along with 54,010 new cases of non-invasive (in situ) breast cancer. By a show of hands how many of you know someone who’s had or still has Breast cancer? How many of you have been involved or wanted to get involved with breast cancer awareness
Keep-A-Breast Organization is a great way to get involved to get young adults aware of Breast Cancer and how to prevent the disease
III. I Started Volunteering with Keep-A-Breast in the middle of 2009 after I found out about this non Profitable organization at Warped Tour 2009. In my past I have dealt with losing two amazingly strong women in my life; My Great Grandmother, and my Boss Ellen. I have always been interested in Breast Cancer Awareness and what ways I could help out.
IV.Today I am going to inform you on The History of Keep-A-Breast, Who the Organization really is, and how they get young adults interested in Prevention of Breast Cancer.
The History of Keep-A-Breast
In 2000, two Women, Shaney jo Darden and Mona Mukherjea-Gehrig founded The Keep A Breast Foundation in response to the growing need for breast cancer awareness programs to educate young people....
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