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Please Help Get the Film ‘Class Dismissed’ Made!

I was interviewed for a documentary on homeschooling called “Class Dismissed.”  The film will be the first full-length documentary devoted to exploring homeschooling as a viable alternative to traditional schooling.

Class DismissedYou know that public misperceptions of homeschooling are far removed from reality. This documentary promises to both educate the general public as well as inspire the existing homeschool community.

But the filmmakers can’t do it alone and need your support! Their immediate goal is to raise $15,000 through an IndieGoGo campaign that will help to pay for expenses needed to guarantee continued production.

To help achieve the fundraising target, the National Home Education Network (NHEN) has announced a generous $5,000 challenge donation. NHEN will match dollar-for-dollar all donations to the IndieGoGo campaign up to $5,000. That means that every dollar you contribute will count as TWO.

This gift and your support will help get Class Dismissed and the message about homeschooling out in the world! Class Dismissed is supported by the San Francisco Film Society so your donation is tax deductible.

Please meet this challenge and click on this link to the IndieGoGo campaign and contribute what you can.

Even $10 will be an enormous help in making the film a reality.  And remember, your donation is tax-deductible!

If this is the first you’ve heard of Class Dismissed, you can get more information at the website http://www.homeschoolfilm.com/.  You might even see my interview in the trailer!  🙂

And Please Spread the Word! Invite other homeschoolers to this campaign via your blog, on Facebook, on Twitter or wherever else you might have a voice.

Thank you!

Diane Flynn Keith
Editor,  http://www.Homefires.com
Founder, http://www.UniversalPreschool.com

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