Facilities Data

Looking for facilities assistance? If you work with a charter school and are looking for facilities assistance, you may be interested in contacting the current grantees under the Credit Enhancement for Charter School Facilities Program to determine if they are able to work with your charter school to secure financing. These grantees do not provide grants, but they work with the charter school to secure financing (loans/bonds) for facilities. Please note that each of these grantees have a focus area, so you should contact those grantees that are interested in working in the State of your charter school or have a national focus. Also, it may be helpful to visit the websites of these entities to get a better sense of the work they do.

We encourage charter schools seeking services to contact multiple organizations to determine which one can offer the best rates and terms for their situation.

NCSRC Facilities Transactions Filter

Description:

Boston Community Capital is a nonprofit community development financial institution. Since 1985, we have invested over $1 billion in projects that provide affordable housing, good jobs, and new opportunities in low-income communities, connecting these neighborhoods to the mainstream economy.

We are committed to working together with our peers and partners across the nation toward our goal of an inclusive prosperity that ensures that low-income people and communities have access to the tools they need to create wealth, opportunity and lasting change. Whether we are financing a health center or a charter school, solar panels or a saw mill, a low-income family or an established developer of affordable housing, our focus remains on developing financial tools, programs and ideas that provide access to opportunity, bridge gaps rather than widen them, and offer the potential and promise to change the world.

 

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California Charter Schools, Connecticut Charter Schools, Maine Charter Schools, Massachusetts Charter Schools, Michigan Charter Schools, New Hampshire Charter Schools, New Jersey Charter Schools, New York Charter Schools, Pennsylvania Charter Schools, Rhode Island Charter Schools

Description:

Founded in 2003, Build with Purpose is an innovative non-profit real estate company with a focus on community and economic development. Using real estate as a catalyst for social change, Build with Purpose revitalizes communities through the redevelopment of vacant or underutilized buildings and land. Our projects include transforming warehouses into schools, renovating convents into affordable housing and turning abandoned urban lots into vibrant community space. By stabilizing vital community assets, our projects transform neighborhoods and provide long-term financial stability to our clients.

 
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Connecticut Charter Schools, Delaware Charter Schools, District of Columbia Charter Schools, Maryland Charter Schools, Massachusetts Charter Schools, New Jersey Charter Schools, New York Charter Schools, Pennsylvania Charter Schools, Rhode Island Charter Schools

Description:

Building Hope, a Charter School Facilities Fund established in 2003, is a national nonprofit organization that believes investments in the growth of quality charter schools will increase under-served children’s chances of success in life. Building Hope supports high quality charter school growth by providing facilities financing, turn-key charter school facility development, incubator space, and back-office business support services to charter schools nationwide.

 

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Alabama Charter Schools, Alaska Charter Schools, Arizona Charter Schools, Arkansas Charter Schools, California Charter Schools, Colorado Charter Schools, Connecticut Charter Schools, Delaware Charter Schools, District of Columbia Charter Schools, Florida Charter Schools, Georgia Charter Schools, Hawaii Charter Schools, Idaho Charter Schools, Illinois Charter Schools, Indiana Charter Schools, Iowa Charter Schools, Kansas Charter Schools, Louisiana Charter Schools, Maine Charter Schools, Maryland Charter Schools, Massachusetts Charter Schools, Michigan Charter Schools, Minnesota Charter Schools, Mississippi Charter Schools, Missouri Charter Schools, Nevada Charter Schools, New Hampshire Charter Schools, New Jersey Charter Schools, New Mexico Charter Schools, New York Charter Schools, North Carolina Charter Schools, Ohio Charter Schools, Oklahoma Charter Schools, Oregon Charter Schools, Pennsylvania Charter Schools, Rhode Island Charter Schools, South Carolina Charter Schools, Tennessee Charter Schools, Texas Charter Schools, Utah Charter Schools, Vermont Charter Schools, Washington Charter Schools, Wisconsin Charter Schools, Wyoming Charter Schools

Description:

The California Charter Schools Association advances the charter school movement through state and local advocacy, leadership on accountability, and resources for member schools. CCSA is a trusted source of data and information on California's charter schools for parents, authorizers, legislators, the press and other interested groups.

 

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California Charter Schools

Description:

The California School Finance Authority (CSFA) was created in 1985 to finance educational facilities and provide school districts and community college districts access to working capital. Since its inception, the Authority has developed a number of school facilities financing programs and most recently is focused on assisting charter schools to meet their facility needs.


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California Charter Schools

Description:

Capital Impact Partners transforms underserved communities into strong, vibrant places of opportunity. A nonprofit Community Development Financial Institution, we have a 30-year history delivering strategic financing, social innovation programs and capacity building that create social change and deliver financial impact nationwide.


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Alabama Charter Schools, Alaska Charter Schools, Arizona Charter Schools, Arkansas Charter Schools, California Charter Schools, Colorado Charter Schools, Connecticut Charter Schools, Delaware Charter Schools, District of Columbia Charter Schools, Florida Charter Schools, Georgia Charter Schools, Hawaii Charter Schools, Idaho Charter Schools, Illinois Charter Schools, Indiana Charter Schools, Iowa Charter Schools, Kansas Charter Schools, Louisiana Charter Schools, Maine Charter Schools, Maryland Charter Schools, Massachusetts Charter Schools, Michigan Charter Schools, Minnesota Charter Schools, Mississippi Charter Schools, Missouri Charter Schools, Nevada Charter Schools, New Hampshire Charter Schools, New Jersey Charter Schools, New Mexico Charter Schools, New York Charter Schools, North Carolina Charter Schools, Ohio Charter Schools, Oklahoma Charter Schools, Oregon Charter Schools, Pennsylvania Charter Schools, Rhode Island Charter Schools, South Carolina Charter Schools, Tennessee Charter Schools, Texas Charter Schools, Utah Charter Schools, Virginia Charter Schools, Washington Charter Schools, Wisconsin Charter Schools, Wyoming Charter Schools

Description:

CSDC, a 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation and Community Development Financial Institution (CDFI), promotes innovation and excellence in education by financing and developing facilities for great public charter schools nationally. CSDC is focused exclusively on the facility and financing needs of charter school organizations, helping charter school entrepreneurs and leaders finance, build and expand their school facilities with the goal of ultimately improving student achievement by increasing school choice within the American K-12 public education system.

CSDC has a special focus on new schools, schools serving predominately low income students, and schools in communities with poor performing traditional schools.  Whether it be a direct loan, credit enhancement (lease or loan guaranty), or a complete turnkey facility, built-to-suit on a fee for development services or lease-to-purchase basis, put our resources and expertise to work for you.

 

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Arizona Charter Schools, Arkansas Charter Schools, California Charter Schools, Colorado Charter Schools, District of Columbia Charter Schools, Florida Charter Schools, Georgia Charter Schools, Idaho Charter Schools, Indiana Charter Schools, Maryland Charter Schools, Massachusetts Charter Schools, Michigan Charter Schools, Minnesota Charter Schools, Missouri Charter Schools, New Jersey Charter Schools, New Mexico Charter Schools, New York Charter Schools, North Carolina Charter Schools, Oregon Charter Schools, Pennsylvania Charter Schools, Tennessee Charter Schools, Texas Charter Schools, Wisconsin Charter Schools

Description:

Civic Builders was established in 2002 to address the immediate need for charter school facilities support. By assuming development responsibilities such as financing, design, and construction, Civic Builders helps new charter schools open and growing charter schools reach more students. Since completing the first school building opening in 2004, Civic Builders has partnered with the best educators to build inspiring schools in underserved neighborhoods such as Harlem, South Bronx, Newark, and more. Civic Builders has worked with small, independent charter schools, as well as large charter networks on projects ranging from renovations to new construction.


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New Jersey Charter Schools, New York Charter Schools

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The nonprofit Center for Community Self-Help is the umbrella organization that encompasses all parts of Self-Help, including Self-Help Credit Union, Self-Help Federal Credit Union, Self-Help Ventures Fund, and the Center for Responsible Lending. Together, we provide financing, technical support, consumer financial services and advocacy for those left out of the economic mainstream.

Since Self-Help's founding in 1980, we have helped expand economic opportunity for underserved communities across North Carolina, Washington D.C., California, Illinois and many other states.

 

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Alabama Charter Schools, Alaska Charter Schools, Arizona Charter Schools, Arkansas Charter Schools, California Charter Schools, Colorado Charter Schools, Connecticut Charter Schools, Delaware Charter Schools, District of Columbia Charter Schools, Florida Charter Schools, Georgia Charter Schools, Hawaii Charter Schools, Idaho Charter Schools, Illinois Charter Schools, Indiana Charter Schools, Iowa Charter Schools, Kansas Charter Schools, Louisiana Charter Schools, Maine Charter Schools, Maryland Charter Schools, Massachusetts Charter Schools, Michigan Charter Schools, Minnesota Charter Schools, Mississippi Charter Schools, Missouri Charter Schools, Nevada Charter Schools, New Hampshire Charter Schools, New Jersey Charter Schools, New Mexico Charter Schools, New York Charter Schools, North Carolina Charter Schools, Ohio Charter Schools, Oklahoma Charter Schools, Oregon Charter Schools, Pennsylvania Charter Schools, Rhode Island Charter Schools, South Carolina Charter Schools, Tennessee Charter Schools, Texas Charter Schools, Utah Charter Schools, Virginia Charter Schools, Washington Charter Schools, Wisconsin Charter Schools, Wyoming Charter Schools

Description:

HOPE is a family of development organizations dedicated to strengthening communities, building assets and improving lives in the Delta and other economically distressed parts of Arkansas, Louisiana, Mississippi and Tennessee.  Comprised of a regional credit union (Hope Credit Union), loan fund (Hope Enterprise Corporation) and policy center (Hope Policy Institute), HOPE has provided financial services, leveraged private and public resources, and shaped policies that have benefited more than 650,000 residents in one of the nation’s most persistently poor regions.


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Arkansas Charter Schools, Louisiana Charter Schools, Mississippi Charter Schools, Tennessee Charter Schools