As official Sandy Hook Promise volunteers, Promise Leaders commit to at least three actions per year. Options can be chosen from four main action areas: Building Awareness, Program Promotion, Advocacy and Fundraising. We will provide you with talking points, templates and resources.
Promise Leaders are crucial to building community awareness with activities like …
There are so many ways you can help others understand the Sandy Hook Promise mission and the impact of our Know the Signs programs. We will provide you with talking points, templates and resources.
Promise Leaders can help school districts and community members learn how to implement the no-cost Know the Signs programs, which teach youth how to be more socially inclusive and connected to each other, as well as how to recognize the signs and signals of someone who may be thinking of harming themselves or someone else and tell a trusted adult to get that person the help they need. Promise Leaders can do this by:
Once your school registers, Sandy Hook Promise will provide all the materials for the training and community outreach.
Promise Leaders can let their voices be heard by advocating alongside Sandy Hook Promise for sensible gun violence prevention policies. Whether it’s calling your state representative or emailing your U.S. senator, we can work together with our Action Fund / Policy team to bring about effective change that will protect your community by:
Collectively, your calls, letters and presence at statehouse days or rallies makes an impact!
Promise Leaders can support the mission of providing the Know the Signs programming at no cost to all schools and youth organizations by organizing fundraising initiatives:
Every dollar helps SHP develop and implement programming that will work to create safer schools!
You’ll receive monthly updates including: