Meaningful conversations – especially with those we know and trust – can break through the feeling of helplessness and hopelessness many people feel when it comes to preventing gun violence in their community. Promise Leaders have the power to shift this helplessness and inspire hope for a better – and safer – community and country.
Learn more about hosting a conversation:
- Frequently Asked Questions: Learn more about hosting a conversation.
- Planning Guide: Organizing a conversation with those you care about on behalf of Sandy Hook Promise is not very different from organizing a gathering of your friends or family. This Planning Guide contains a sample checklist to help you prepare for your conversation, a sample invitation and tips for creating your invite list and assuring good participation.
- Facilitation Guide: This guide contains a sample agenda to lead your conversation.
- Sandy Hook Promise Overview: Information about Sandy Hook Promise and our no-cost programs that you can use as talking points or a handout.
- Sample Letter/Email to Schools and Youth Organizations: A sample letter/email that your guests can sign or send to encourage schools and youth organizations in your area to join Sandy Hook Promise's National Say Something Week.