Who is CT Homeschool Network (CHN)? CHN is a 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation whose mission and purpose is to inclusively disseminate homeschooling support and information to current and prospective homeschoolers. We work with others to monitor potential legislation that could change our current status of homeschool freedom. We offer support and information to CT homeschooler families and homeschool groups who also value and share our mission and purpose. As homeschooling continues to grow, we see new needs developing and our 'Wish List' is expanding to meet those needs.
Homeschoolers frequently forgo an additional income so a parent (or parents) are available to homeschool their children. This occurs at their own expense. CHN has operated to date, via a volunteer-based Board of Directors who are dedicated and passionate about homeschooling. It's time for us to grow, and for the first time, we are reaching out to you for financial support so we can do what we do - even better. Please consider making a tax-deductible donation today, in whatever amount you are able to. It is all appreciated and will be put to good use. On behalf of the parents and children in the current and future homeschool community in Connecticut, we THANK YOU!
Reasons to donate money to CHN through crowdfunding:
*Provide support materials to homeschoolers *To build a resource, curriculum and lending library *Would like to fund more social and academic events, for the homeschool community at free or greatly reduced cost. *Special museum events *Adult homeschool support and information events *Special guest speakers *Conference extras; documents, flyers *Office space for consultations & meetings *Scholarship programs specific to homeschoolers' needs *Support for the expansion of the CHN Board's duties *Educational outreach to prospective, new and veteran homeschoolers *Legislative watchdog duties *Educational events to disseminate accurate legal information to current homeschoolers, groups, agencies, and other professionals *Develop a resource area with manipulatives and educational tools (science equipment, etc)