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I took a peak, love your target audience. Your
concept it great. I had a live one hour show for
children in 1985. I started with a local station
and PBS (locally) contacted us.
PBS would be your answer to the sponsorship.
Funding for PBS shows are done through foundations
and corporate support. Since they carry the
501 and your mission with this show
matches their mission you may be on to something
if you team with them.
Also check into "The Program Challenge Fund"
this was created for PBS to accomplish the
same programing goals you are hoping to acheive.
I called my 15 year old (I am not at home at the
moment) and asked him to look at the site.
He was reluctant, but did and called me back.
His first word..."finally someone gets us"!!! He had
also some neat ideas. You may be surprised how
enthusistic the youth of this age will be to lead you
in the right direction (one requirement to communicate
with that age...know how to text, they no longer speak
VERY BEST to your project.
+“The young people of today are the next leaders and our input needs
to be high on the list so the candidates need to be listening to our
idea's too!”+ ~ I totally agree
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Thanks we are really working to give other young people a voice.
Some very big news next week