例文：Some people believe that charities should help people in need no matter where those people are in the world. Others feel that these organizations should only serve the people living in the country where they are based.Discuss both sides and give your own view.
开头段：The distribution of charity is often a matter of controversy. Many claim that the money is required to cover expenditure at home. However, opponents think it is immoral to deprive poor and needy people of necessary financial support. This essay will consider both opinions and conclude that charity should be shared among all deserving causes.
BODY 1：There are several arguments in favour of keeping charitable donations inside one’s own country. First of all, each nation reserves the right to determine its contribution in thelight of changing circumstances. The UK government,for example,has decided to cut its overseas aid budget this year, mainly due to the economic impact of Covid 19. If this action had not been taken, they may not have had enough resources to tackle domestic problems. Secondly, individual nations have responsibilities to their own citizens. When national economies are badly affected by disasters such as the Covid pandemic, governments often have littlenochoice but to give priority to their own people, otherwise they would face harsh criticism.
BODY 2：On the other hand, some people disagree with this. There will always be countries whose needs are far greater than our own, for instance, countries like Syria that are at war, or those suffering from natural calamities such as earthquakes or tsunamis. Provided that all aid is carefully managed to ensure that it reaches the people who need it, the long-term benefits of supporting poorer countries will be felt across the world. Besides, richer countries can easily afford to donate money to international causes without suffering significantly, and if countries can be helped out of poverty, there is less chance of them being vulnerable to disease and war. Eradicating these destructive elements means a safer and happier world for all.
CONCLUSION：In conclusion, I would argue that charities should not discriminate on the basis of nationality. The purpose of charity organizationis to help people overcome difficulties. To some extent, in this era of globalization, helping people in other countries is essentially helping one’s own country, because the world is so closely interconnected. Famous charity figures such as Mocather Teresa never cared about the nationality of the people they saved, and their stories have been inspiring the whole human race to be stronger and more united.