Charity Appetite Suppressant Association Essay

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Camille :
We are going to talk about « Appetite suppressant association». We are a group of students from San Francisco. We have created « appetite suppressant association » for three years in order to help homeless people. We have yet realized some projects to raise funds. In October of 2012, we have organized a run and, 6 months later, an exhibition of painting doing by Anna, a member of our charity. The profits are donated to homeless people in the form of lunch voucher.
Now, we want to set up a project in the long term. To speak about it, we have divided our talk into three parts. First, we will talk about the project idea, then we will mention the objectives and finally we will say a little about the financial aspects.

Charlotte et Marion :
So let’s move on our project idea :
Secondly, our project is a partnership between market gardeners and supermarkets which provide unsold products to show culinary specialities of San Francisco’s city and USA ...view middle of the document...

Indeed it's going to allow the homeless people to have a regular wage. In this way, they will benefit from an additional training. It will show that the homeless people are ready to work, in order to take out of poverty. Thanks to this project, we can improve the local economy by creating more jobs, which is going to favor the tourism in San Francisco.

Laura C : To conclude, we’d liked to deal briefly with financial aspects.

In order to realize this project, we need some help.
First we need a place to open the restaurant. We have thought about a public room with a little kitchen, which must be unoccupied on midday. Indeed the town hall could lend it to us.
Besides we also need few equipments such as tables and chairs and the former'one of the schools could fit the purpose (faire l'affaire).
Moreover if the state agrees, we could receive subsidies to improve the restaurant.

1. « Appetite suppressant association» : who we are ?

« Appetite suppressant association» is made up of a group of twenty five students. Our objective is helping the homeless person from San Francisco. After little projects to raise funds, we want to set up a proposal in which homeless person contributes in the growth of local economy.

2. Project idea

To sum up, 2 apprentice cooks, member of our association, will learn the basics of cooking to homeless people. Thanks to this support, they will be able to make typical meals of United States for tourists who will come to visit San Francisco.

3. Objectives

Regarding the objectives of our project, it will allow the homeless to have a regular wage and to get an additional formation. Moreover, it can improve the local economy by creating more jobs. So, it is going to attract the tourists, promoting the attractiveness of the city.

4. Financial aspects

In order to realize this project, we need help from the town hall to get a place for the restaurant (a room with a little kitchen, which must be unoccupied at lunch). Besides we also need some chairs and tables, and the former’s one of schools could fit the purpose.
Moreover if the state agrees, we could receive subsidies to improve the restaurant.

Laura BARBOU
Laura CHEREAU
Charlotte JOSEPH
Marion PAWLONSKI
Camille ROUSSEAU

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