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Building Hope Announces First Annual Impact Awards Semi-Finalists

WASHINGTON, D.C. (MAY 10, 2022) – Building Hope, the non-profit leader in charter school facilities, financing, and services, today announced names of 27 semi-finalists in the first annual Building Hope IMPACT Summit and Awards. The awards received interest from nearly 400 charter school applicants stretching across 38 states.

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Building Hope Appoints Sandra Buchko to its Board of Directors

WASHINGTON, D.C. (MARCH 2, 2022) – Building Hope, a non-profit foundation dedicated to identifying and financing viable facilities so that all students have access to a quality K-12 education, today announced the appointment of real estate and legal expert Sandra Buchko to its Board of Directors.

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Philip’s Academy Paterson Groundbreaking

PATERSON, NJ and WASHINGTON, D.C. (FEB. 16, 2022) – Philip’s Academy Charter School of Paterson (PACS) and Building Hope broke ground today for the construction of Philip’s Academy’s new school at 94-124 Madison Ave.

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Building Hope Announces IMPACT Summit and Awards

WASHINGTON, D.C. (FEB. 7, 2022) – 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, today announced it will host the first annual IMPACT Summit & Awards for charter school leaders on June 22-24, 2022, in Washington, DC.

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