Homeschooled children’s advocacy group celebrates 10 years, launches “$10K for 10 Years” campaign


The Coalition for Responsible Home Education (CRHE), the nation’s leading homeschooled children’s advocacy nonprofit, celebrates its 10th anniversary this December with a $10,000 fundraiser.

Together, CRHE board president Carmen Longoria-Green and supporters Caleb and Hannah Lowery will match up to $10,000 in donations to CRHE from Giving Tuesday through December. 

“2023 has been a banner year for CRHE,” said Longoria-Green. “From appearing on Last Week Tonight with John Oliver and Amazon Prime’s Shiny Happy People to presenting at the internationally renowned Crimes Against Children conference and releasing a first-of-its-kind college and career readiness guide for homeschooled students, our team has marked our 10th year by taking our work to new heights. We wholeheartedly thank our supporters as they help us continue to build on a decade of advocacy.”

Since its founding, CRHE has worked to ensure homeschooled children’s right to a quality education in a safe home is affirmed and protected by laws, stakeholders, and society as a whole. The organization is known for its groundbreaking research project, Homeschooling’s Invisible Children, the world’s only database of severe abuse and neglect cases in homeschool settings. Beyond research, the organization’s focus areas include government relations, resource development, communications, and direct services.

“CRHE was founded in 2013 by a small group of homeschool alumni who wanted to address a problem: the use of homeschooling to isolate, abuse, and neglect children,” said CRHE executive director Angela Grimberg. “We’re proud of our advocacy for homeschooled children over the past 10 years, and we look forward to expanding this vital work in the years to come.”


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