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1. Speak with other schools in your area about booking Josh in the same time frame as your
presentation. Travel and other fees are then split amongst the schools rather than one school
paying for everything. Block booking and district discounts are available. Josh is super easy to
promote to other schools and decision makers…just forward them a link to www.joshgunderson.com
and share your plan!

2. Check with your administration for funding from the Association Student Body fund. For teacher in-
service programs, ask about Staff Development—Title VI funding.

3.Plan to integrate and highlight Josh into a major theme such as cultural awareness week, health
day, Anti-Bullying Week, etc. Depending on your theme, federal grant money might be available. For
example, Safe and Drug-Free Schools and Communities Act (SDFSCA) might approve a funding
request for a speaker who addresses alcohol and drug prevention, sexual abstinence, tobacco use,
teen pregnancy, gangs, crime and violence prevention. Check with your school district or federal
government office to find out who is dispensing these funds in your state. Request an application
form.

4. Apply for other grant monies from your state by contacting your State Department of Human
Services and State Department of Education.

5. Contact your school’s PTO/PTA. Share your plans with them. They are more likely to contribute
funds if your plan is well thought out.

6. Have student leaders contact local business organizations: Rotary Club, Kiwanis, Lions Clubs,
Elks, Chamber of Commerce. Present your plan and request sponsorship.

7. Create a win-win situation. Contact several of your larger local businesses, especially those
related to services for teens and their families. Ask for the owner, CEO or Community Services
Department. If they are willing to help sponsor the speaker, you can exchange the favor by
announcing their support to your students and parents.

8. Invite multiple clubs on campus to participate and help in a fund raising project. A cooperative
effort helps students collaborate and learn about the realities of time and effort in acquiring funding
in the real world.
Josh Gunderson, Educational Speaker, Internet Safety
are still referencing you and it's been two days!
Your words definitely last longer than mine. Can I
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