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Lenders / Facility Finance

Building Hope
Building Hope supports high quality public charter schools in Washington D.C., Florida and other U.S. cities and states by providing technical and financial assistance for educational facilities. A non-profit organization, Building Hope supports the expansion of academically successful schools with the capacity to grow their enrollments in order to catalyze change across their local public education systems. Building Hope promotes school-centered community revitalization, and believes that excellent charter school programs and facilities will help transform economically depressed neighborhoods into places where children will thrive.
Website: http://www.buildinghope.org

Charter Schools Development Corporation
Charter Schools Development Corporation (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. As the only CDFI in the country focused exclusively on the facility and financing needs of charter school organizations, CSDC helps charter school entrepreneurs and leaders finance, build, expand and replicate their school models, turning educational visions into reality, with the goal of ultimately improving student achievement by increasing school choice and catalyzing competition within the American K-12 public education system.
Website: http://www.csdc.org

Clearinghouse CDFI
Clearinghouse CDFI we believe in providing equal access to credit in neighborhoods of all income levels and ethnicities. We spend the time and energy required to find creditworthy borrowers whose projects create assets in the community. These borrowers, because of their unique circumstances, are rejected or not even considered by traditional lenders.
Website: http://www.clearinghousecdfi.com

IFF
One of America's leading nonprofit community development financial institutions (CDFI), IFF strengthens nonprofits and their communities through lending and real estate consulting. With total managed assets of more than $270 million, IFF is able to help nonprofits finance, plan, and build facilities that are critical to their mission and success.
Website: http://www.iff.org

Local Initiatives Support Corporation
For almost three decades, Local Initiatives Support Corporation has connected local organizations and community leaders with resources to revitalize neighborhoods and improve quality of life. The LISC model assembles private and public resources and directs it to locally-defined priorities. Our unique structure enables local organizations to access national resources and expertise and our funding partners to leverage their investment and achieve an impact that is truly remarkable.
Website: http://www.lisc.org

Low Income Investment Fund
Low Income Investment Fund is a community development financial institution (CDFI) that provides innovative capital solutions that support healthy families and communities. As a CDFI, LIIF invests in projects that have high social value but may not be able to access the services offered by traditional financial institutions. In this way, LIIF connects low income communities with the capital markets.
Website: http://www.liifund.org

NCB Capital Impact
NCB Capital Impact is a nonprofit organization and a certified Community Development Financial Institution with a national presence, NCB Capital Impact improves access to high-quality health and elder care, healthy foods, housing and education in low-income communities across the country. Our impact is built on a diverse and extensive network of alliances, our depth of experience and a cooperative approach. We partner with public and private organizations that are like-minded in mission and dedicated to long-term success.
Website: http://www.ncbcapitalimpact.org

New Jersey Community Capital
New Jersey Community Capital is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, Community Development Financial Institution (CDFI) that provides innovative financing and technical assistance to organizations that support housing and sustainable community development ventures that increase jobs, improve education and strengthen neighborhoods. We offer loan capital that is broader than bank lending to results-oriented, socially responsible organizations that are committed to creating positive change in low-to-moderate income communities throughout New Jersey.
Website: http://www.newjerseycommunitycapital.org

Nonprofit Finance Fund
Nonprofit Finance Fund (NFF®) unlocks the potential of mission-driven organizations through tailored investments, strategic advice and accessible insights. Founded in 1980, NFF helps organizations connect money to mission effectively, and supports innovations such as growth capital campaigns, cross-sector economic recovery initiatives and impact investing.
Website: http://nonprofitfinancefund.org

Piper Jaffray
Piper Jaffray Companies is a leading, international middle market investment bank and institutional securities firm. We serve the needs of middle market corporations, private equity groups, public entities, nonprofit clients and institutional investors.
Website: http://www.piperjaffray.com/home.aspx?id=1

PNC Bank & Capital Markets
A single source for finanical services from checking accounts to savings accounts to loans and tax-exempt bond issues.
Website: http://www.pnc.com/charterschools

Raza Development Fund
The largest national Hispanic CDFI loan fund in the country.
Website: http://razafund.org

Rios & McGarrigle, LLC
Rios & McGarrigle - CPAs and management consultants who believe in charter schools. We are here to help charter schools achieve their greatest potential by having strong financial reporting and by educating their boards on how to read the data that is presented to them.
Website: http://www.riosandmcgarrigle.com

Self-Help
The nonprofit Center for Community Self-Help (or Self-Help) combines several organizations that together provide financing, technical support, consumer financial services and advocacy for those left out of the economic mainstream. These entities include: Self-Help Credit Union, Self-Help Federal Credit Union, Self-Help Ventures Fund and the Center for Responsible Lending. Since Self-Help's founding in 1980, the organization has reached out particularly to female, low-income, low-wealth, rural and minority communities across North Carolina, Washington D.C., California and many other states.
Website: http://www.self-help.org

The Provident Bank
For over 174 Years Provident Bank has helped schools and Not-For Profits in NJ borrow and refinance.
Website: http://www.providentnj.com

The Reinvestment Fund
The Reinvestment Fund (TRF) is a Community Development Financial Institution (CDFI) that manages over $685 million in capital and has made over $1.1 billion in community investments, financing over 2,685 projects since its inception in 1985. In pursuit of our mission, TRF finances community businesses using loan, equity and other financing tools. We support our financing with a strong research and policy analysis capacity that has become a highly regarded source of unbiased information for public officials and private investors.
Website: http://www.trfund.com

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