WASHINGTON, D.C. (OCT. 19, 2021) – Building Hope, a non-profit foundation dedicated to creating high-quality K-12 charter school opportunities for students through its expertise in real estate, finance and operational services, will present several sessions at the Florida Charter School Conference to be held Oct. 20-22, 2021 in Orlando.
WHAT : Building Hope is a conference sponsor, and its executives will be in Orlando as the Florida Department of Education’s Office of Independent Education and Parental Choice celebrates 25 years of charter schools in Florida.
Building Hope executives will present during these sessions:
WHY: Building Hope is a proud member of the community that enables schools to provide Florida students with an equitable educational experience that equips them to pursue the best version of themselves.
Since its founding in 2003, Building Hope’s purpose has been to impact students nationwide by creating high-quality K-12 charter school opportunities and enabling students to access the freedom that a quality education provides.
WHEN: Oct. 20-22, 2021
WHERE: Caribe Royal Orlando, Orlando
Building Hope representatives will host a unique outdoor meeting space to take advantage of the fresh air, as well as participate in the exhibit halls and sessions.
HOW: Registration information is available online.
Building Hope helps charter schools identify, finance and build facilities customized to schools’ needs. The organization also provides support services that allow school administrators to keep their focus on educating students. For more information about how Building Hope helps charter schools nationwide with facilities, financing, and operational services, visit www.buildinghope.org.
About Building Hope
Building Hope is a non-profit foundation created to support education and public charter schools. Since 2003, Building Hope’s purpose has been to identify and finance viable facilities so that all students have access to a quality K-12 education. Building Hope has grown the capacity of charter schools nationwide by providing facilities, financial, and operational services so that schools can focus on and devote more resources to educating students in underserved communities. Building Hope has supported 300 charter school projects and 150,000 students in 20 states and the District of Columbia, by providing more than $363 million in direct loans, credit enhancements, and equity investments to support $1.9 billion in school construction.