We are experts at understanding private school funding requirements and how to support them. Private schools are typically funded through tuition, tax credit scholarship programs, charitable donations, endowments, and investment portfolio income. Such revenue sources are needed to both maintain operations as well as fund larger capital needs including building renovations and new campus construction. As a result of the diverse potential revenue sources, financial solutions are typically more complicated than for charter schools. CFIF understands the critical differences and taps every potential source to provide highly unique and innovative financial approaches. Through strategic planning and insightful analysis CFIF often produces funding opportunities equal or better than those available to charter schools. We work with you to offer unique insights, vital planning, and expert financial advice to meet your private school’s challenging requirements.
These private school funding programs are designed to allow for access to stable, reliable, and flexible funding that fits your private school’s long term and immediate cash flow needs, addressing 3 main areas that all private schools are faced with on a continual basis.
Private School Capital
Short Term Working Capital
Funding for Equipment and Technology
Funding for Facility Improvements
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