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September / October 2005

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Support homeschooling when you shop online

What do Alpha Omega Publishers, Best Buy, Land's End, and Gevalia have in common? They are all participating companies in Clicks for Homeschooling! By donating a portion of online sales to the Home School Foundation, these and 95 other well-known companies join with the Foundation in giving needy homeschoolers tangible encouragement to continue teaching their children at home.

These companies donate either a percentage or a set amount of online proceeds to the Foundation. For example, Bookcloseouts.com donates 13% of every online purchase made through Clicks for Homeschooling, and photo developer Snapfish.com donates $8.50. These amounts add up to real help for needy homeschoolers-this April the Foundation received $2,161. Since Clicks began 13 months ago, it has raised over $15,170 for the Foundation. (All donations go toward HSF's Compassion Fund.)

"The beauty of this program is how easy it is. All you do is add a couple extra clicks to your online shopping processes and the Foundation gets the money," says Andrew Hawes, Home School Legal Defense Association webmaster and Clicks for Homeschooling program coordinator. "And our list of retailers continues to grow as people suggest additions."

How can you help? Click here: Clicks for Homeschooling. There you will find a full list of participating retailers along with links that enable you to take advantage of this program. For added convenience, you can also download a Quick Link list.*

Other participants online include:

>> Amazon
>> Travelocity
>> Family Christian Stores
>> Home Depot
>> Payless Shoe Source
>> Target
>> Toys "R" Us
>> Wal-Mart

So the next time you're looking online for a trampoline, teapot, or trip to Tahiti, make sure you check out Clicks for Homeschooling first. It's amazing what a click can do! Q

* Remember, for the Foundation to receive a donation, you must use the links on HSLDA's website or the Quick Links.