Your Giving Tuesday Gift For Homeschooled Children Will be Matched

Dear CRHE Supporter,

Today is Giving Tuesday – a global generosity movement and an internationally recognized day of giving. I’m delighted to announce the start of CRHE’s year-end fundraising campaign.

First, starting today and running through December, board chair Carmen Longoria-Green will match up to $5,000 in donations to CRHE, just as she did last year. That means for every dollar you give, CRHE will receive two dollars. If we reach our goal of $5,000 in new donations, we’ll receive a total of $10,000 toward sustaining and expanding our work.

Second, we’ve set a goal of gaining 10 new monthly donors, or increasing the giving level of 10 existing ones, by the end of December. Monthly donations are critically important for financial planning and sustainability. They enable our staff to focus more of their efforts on CRHE’s research and advocacy work. A gift of even $5 a month represents vital support for our work and helps us plan for the future while doing more in the present.

These are our most ambitious fundraising goals yet – and CRHE needs your support now more than ever. Help us secure $5,000 in donations and gain 10 new or increased monthly pledges. Not only will every donation be matched, but we will be one step closer to a sustainable future. In the upcoming year, here’s just a glimpse of what we have to look forward to:

  • CRHE is developing a new resource! Charting Your Own Course is an online guidebook that will help homeschooled teens and young adults get ready for college.
  • In October, we held our first-ever virtual summit to educate journalists and nonprofit leaders on Parental Rights Extremism and its unique connection to the homeschooling movement. We will host quarterly events to inform even more audiences on this important topic.
  • CRHE is the authoritative voice for homeschooled children in the media. Just in November, we interviewed for The Washington Post and RealClearInvestigations
  • We are committed to updating our Homeschooling’s Invisible Children database and our state pages with information on homeschooling across the country.
  • CRHE continues to provide support and community for homeschool alumni by hosting regular #HomeschoolChat events on social media.

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“I support CRHE because I want to invest in positive homeschooling experiences for young people.

I was homeschooled from K-12, and I want to champion educational options while making sure no child falls through the cracks. Homeschooling is a tremendous undertaking, and we can do more to ensure students and families have great outcomes. CRHE is doing unique work to support the well-being of homeschooled children through research, advocacy, policy development, and resources.”

– Emily Maynard, MA, LMFT

Stand with CRHE in fighting for every child’s right to a quality education in a safe, loving home. Join Emily by giving today to support CRHE and help us reach our goals.


Angela Grimberg
Executive Director
Coalition for Responsible Home Education

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