How to Tell Your Charter School's Financial Story

May 24, 2021

Originally published in Charter School Facility Center , May 19, 2021

Every charter school has a story. Many school leaders believe in the power of storytelling as a compelling way to share their mission, highlight accomplishments, and inspire support. Although it may seem unusual to center a narrative around numbers, storytelling can be equally compelling in finance.  

As COVID-19 has exacerbated the complexity of the charter school operating environment, many charter school leaders find themselves in even more need of flexible financing to support operations and facility projects. Here are three tips for telling a compelling financial story.

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Author: Olivia Pipitone, Associate Director of Business Development, Nonprofit Finance Fund

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