Please read the following message below from Mike Smith of HSLDA. Dear HSLDA Members and Friends: Homeschoolers filing private school affidavits received a surprising email Tuesday from the California Department of Education. DON’T BE ALARMED. Continue reading The Private School Affidavit Content Has Not Changed
This past January 2020, we at Family Protection Ministries (FPM) and Christian Home Educators Association of California (CHEA) hosted Capitol Day once again in Sacramento. Capitol Day has been held by FPM in Sacramento every Continue reading Capitol Day 2020: A Success!
Donations to FPM are tax-deductible. After making a donation, you will receive a receipt in the mail. Online Credit Card donations will be credited to the year in which they were submitted. Donations made by Continue reading Year-End Giving FAQs
From FPM’s Executive Director Roy Hanson:The legislative work that Nathan does is ongoing and often overwhelming. My hope is that there will be sufficient funds for Nathan to hire a full time assistant. I hope Continue reading Reasons to Give to FPM (7 of 7)
Roy Hanson founded FPM in 1986 and has been our Executive Director for 33 years. Nathan Pierce, who joined FPM over 17 years ago, has been overseeing our small staff of part-time employees and volunteers Continue reading Reasons to Give to FPM (6 of 7)
We are preparing, by God’s grace and your help, to continue to fight for God-given freedoms and the authority of parents to homeschool privately and otherwise care for their children in all areas of life. Continue reading Reasons to Give to FPM (5 of 7)
Please consider Family Protection Ministries tomorrow for this year’s Giving Tuesday. Family Protection Ministries is your early warning and response system at the Legislature for attacks on our freedoms. We are like firemen. They need Continue reading Reasons to Give to FPM (4 of 7)
Much of our work is done behind the scenes, but our full-time work is needed all year. One example of our work this year was an amendment to SB 2. SB 2 is a database Continue reading Reasons to Give to FPM (3 of 7)
Since 1986, Family Protection Ministries (FPM) has been the only full-time organization in Sacramento working to detect, analyze, monitor, intervene, and interact with the California Legislature in all legislation affecting the legality of private home Continue reading Reasons to Give to FPM (2 of 7)
This past January 2019 was Family Protection Ministries’ (FPM) and Christian Home Educators Association of California’s (CHEA) Capitol Day and Leadership Conference. Capitol Day has been held by FPM in Sacramento at the beginning of Continue reading Capitol Day & Leadership Conference 2019: A Success!
CHEA’s 36th Annual Homeschool Convention July 11-13, 2019 Location: Pasadena Convention Center 300 East Green St. Pasadena, CA 91101 Cost: $85 onsite registration for CHEA members ($95 for non-members) and their entire family for the whole event. Continue reading Attend CHEA’s 36th Annual Homeschool Convention on July 11-13!
Legislative Newsflash May 28, 2019From: Roy Hanson and Nathan Pierce – Family Protection Ministries Our Continuing Advocacy Work Family Protection Ministries (FPM) does a considerable amount of research and works behind the scenes to protect families Continue reading We Are Continuing to Advocate on Your Behalf
Legislative Newsflash February 13, 2019 From: Roy Hanson and Nathan Pierce – Family Protection Ministries New Bills Pouring into California Legislature New legislative proposals are beginning to pour in for the 2019 California legislative year, which Continue reading New Bills Pouring into California Legislature
January 16-19, 2019 Capitol Day and Leadership Conference Hosted by FPM and CHEA What – We at FPM are planning our 2019 Capitol Day in conjunction with CHEA’s Leadership Conference and we would like you to Continue reading Join us in Sacramento for Capitol Day and Leadership Conference (CDLC)!
The California Legislature Has Started the 2019-2020 Legislative Session New proposed legislation is now beginning to stream into our state capitol in Sacramento. This new 2-year legislative session for California began last Monday, December 3rd. Continue reading The California Legislature is in session!