HE UK needs your support
A small favour…
While more people every year make use of the invaluable information on this website, over 250,000 this year alone, (3.4 Million hits over the last 12 months) the income I need to pay to maintain the site, offset the cost of my time researching the information people expect to find here and directly supporting families who need advice and support does not.
Yes, I could do more, but this takes time I otherwise need to earn a living as well as travel books and other costs. I turn down far more conferences where I could learn more or share more about home education than I can ever afford to accept, normally traveling and staying at my own expense.
I never charge a home educator for my time, though I have rarely asked for contributions when I can't avoid it, like travel costs to meetings. I prefer to keep it that way, I’d rather close the site than ask for payment for services, especially as I know many, families with SEN children and families who have given up work to deal with a child in crisis, could not afford it.
Please consider making a very small payment towards all my time and costs to keep this website live. If everyone who visited this site contributed even £0.05 (5 pence) it would make a tremendous difference.
If you found the information on this site useful, please consider the time it took to research, verify, collate, write, code and upload and the cost of running a website generally that carries so much data. Think also that I too have bills to pay and the time I spend doing this is time I’m not working for myself.
If you found this site particularly useful, if it went some way towards helping you, please consider a small pay pal payment. £5 or even a micro payment of just £1 would at least show your appreciation.
If you do decide to assist in this valuable work, keeping this website live
Thank you for reading this and considering sharing in my work.
HE UK is not a registered charity, See here
The costs of running this website are met by myself and a little advertising.
What does HE-UK do?
This site has an enviable reputation as a source of quality information, support and encouragement for families who are considering home educating their children. The continued existence and maintenance of this site is crucial to many families as it is one of the very few places they can find accurate, unbiased and up to date information and support.
So please consider offering a small donation towards the costs of this work and be an active part of the effort to maintain families freedom to home educate in the UK and elsewhere.
Thank you for your important support.