The Homeschool Foundation

Homeschool Foundation

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The Homeschool Foundation


 

HSF helps families homeschool through hard times and promotes homeschooling in the U.S. and around the world. The most common way we do this is through grants to homeschooling families to help them overcome the financial hurdles of purchasing school books and resources. We work with widows, single parents, families with special needs children or difficult financial situations, victims of natural disasters, military families, and homeschool groups both at home and abroad. - See more at: https://www.homeschoolfoundation.org/index.php?s=faq#sthash.Ftp6sJlU.dpuf

HSF helps families homeschool through hard times and promotes homeschooling in the U.S. and around the world. The most common way we do this is through grants to homeschooling families to help them overcome the financial hurdles of purchasing school books and resources. We work with widows, single parents, families with special needs children or difficult financial situations, victims of natural disasters, military families, and homeschool groups both at home and abroad.

HSF FAQ's

HSF gives grants to families and groups to help with their homeschooling-related needs.  How can we help your family?

Grants to homeschooling families:

  • Widows Fund
  • Kids Curriculum Fund
  • Children of Single Parents Fund
  • Special Needs Children Fund
  • Military FundMilitary Fund
  • Emergency Response Fund
  • Global Homeschooling Fund (formerly known as the International Fund)

Financial Aid Programs:

  • HSLDA Membership
  • Patrick Henry College Freshman

Homeschooling Resources

Does my family qualify?

To qualify for funding, families must:

  • Be homeschooling for at least 6 months.
  • Show financial need.
  • Meet the other requirements of the specific fund they apply to.

If you don't know which fund is for you, please contact us online and our staff will gladly help.

If you just started homeschooling you will have to wait 6 months before you can apply for a grant, but feel free to contact our office to see how we may be able to help your family in the meantime and to learn which fund you should apply for once you’ve been homeschooling for 6 months.

If you are in extreme financial need, please contact us to describe your circumstances and find out how we may be able to help you. 

“I'm so grateful that I'm able to homeschool my son and give him the time and space he needs to grow academically without feeling like a failure.”

Monica U.
Widows Fund Grant Recipient

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