There are many ways to help homeschool families.
Financial gifts — whether cash, stock contributions, or retirement/estate gifts — are the primary means we use to assist struggling homeschoolers. More than 95% of every dollar we receive goes to support our grant recipient families. Learn more about how we use your contributions here.
Another way to give is through participation in a workplace giving campaign. If you are a federal or state employee, you may give through the Combined Federal Campaign, of which HSF is a recognized charity (CFC #10535).
The HSF Ambassador Program is a wonderful way to volunteer your time and talents to help needy homeschooling families in your community.
Finally, purchasing an item like the HSF cookbook from the Home School Foundation page in the HSLDA store means that a portion of your purchase will be donated to HSF to bless the homeschooling community.
In the last fiscal year, the Home School Foundation raised over $2 million dollars, of which 91% was used to help hurting homeschool families, coordinate services to them, and defend homeschool freedoms.