1. Team Up with Another School: Share Trevor with a nearby school/youth organization and save! Bookings must be during the same day. Forward a link to email@example.com and share your plan with the other school for a $200 discount on both your school and the school you team up with.
2. Cultural Awareness Week Grant: Depending on your theme, federal grant money might be available from organizations such as Safe and Drug-Free Schools and Communities Act (SDFSCA).
3. Designated Funds: Associated Student Body fund or Staff Development -- Title VI funding, are potential options.
4. PTO/PTA: Present your plan and they might help you fund the event.
5. Additional Grant Money: Contact your State Department of Human Services and State Department of Education. Find the specific department that pertains to your interest. (e.g. Alcohol and Drug Abuse Division).
6. Local Businesses: Ask a local business to sponsor/support the assembly. (Kiwanis, Lions Club, Elks, Rotary Club, Chamber of Commerce, etc.)
7. Collaborate with School Clubs: Have multiple school clubs team up in order to increase organization and effectiveness. It is also a good way to teach students about funding skills.
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