Make a Gift to Support CRHE

Make a Gift to Support CRHE

At the Coalition for Responsible Home Education, we rely on donations from individuals like you. Most of our donors give small amounts; anything helps. While one-time donations are extremely important, we urge every donor to consider becoming a monthly donor. Regular monthly donations go a long way toward sustaining our mission. Even a monthly donation of $5 can make a huge difference: support CRHE for the cost of a cup of coffee!

Your gift to CRHE supports our mission of empowering homeschooled children by educating the public and advocating for child-centered, evidence-based policy and practices for families and professionals.


Explore Your Impact 

A Snapshot of Key Accomplishments in 2020


Why CRHE?

We are the only nonprofit organization in the United States with a mission to improve the lives of homeschooled children. Founded by homeschool graduates, CRHE understands homeschooling and how homeschooled children’s needs may differ from their peers in public and private schools. We are focused on advancing evidence-based policy and designing resources with homeschooled children and their families in mind.

Your gift to CRHE will be directly applied to research, education, and advocacy with a focus on empowering children and supporting parents who are committed to providing a quality home education. We rely on the generosity of individual donors like you.


Why Your Gift Matters


Thank You!

“I am inspired by the generosity and care of each of our donors. Your commitment to helping homeschooled children have the best possible educational experiences means the world to me, both in my role at CRHE and because I, too, am a homeschool graduate. You are making a difference every day, and I’m proud to share this journey with you.”

-Jeremy C. Young, Executive Director


Read our past annual reports: 

2020: Seizing the Moment
2019: Working for Homeschooled Children
2018: Building a Case for Accountability
2017: There for You
2016: Laying the Groundwork
2015: Changing the Conversation