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The purpose of Christian Homeschoolers of Hawaii (CHOH) is to share information regarding homeschooling from a Christ-centered perspective and provide support for homeschooling families.

CHOH's mission as a statewide, non-governing service organization is to organize activities to educate, assist, and encourage families in homeschooling endeavors and be a liaison between homeschooling families and national, state, and local organizations and agencies.

CHOH will continue as a Christ-centered, service-minded ministry that inspires families to raise godly generations.

Information from the CHOH newsletter and board members should not be considered legal advice or professional counsel, and should not take the place of legal counsel from a qualified and informed attorney. The activities and newsletter of Christian Homeschoolers of Hawaii will be consistently and forthrightly Christian. Na Makua Ho'olako, CHOH's newsletter, is published every six to eight weeks. Our advertising policy can be found here and our e-mail advertising policy is here.

Organization Status
CHOH is registered as a non-profit educational organization. The officers of the corporation are:

President: Dan Mather
Vice-President: Kyle Murai
Secretary: June Mather
Treasurer: Rodney Mendiola

CHOH Board Members Are:
Dan and June Mather
Rodney and Dawn Mendiola

Kyle and Kristi Murai
Keith and Tammy Yoshimoto

We are a service organization, not a governing one. Christian Homeschoolers of Hawaii does not employ anyone. All of our Board members, support group leaders, and contact people are volunteers.

Christian Homeschoolers of Hawaii is a participating state organization with the Home School Legal Defense Association's discount program. If you are a current member, CHOH's group discount number will automatically appear on your renewal form. If you are joining HSLDA for the first time, then you need to give them CHOH's group discount number (listed on the CHOH newsletter) to be eligible for the $15.00 discount. We urge all homeschooling families to join HSLDA not only to keep up to date with Hawaii state legislation but also to maintain freedoms for all homeschoolers around the country and around the world.

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