Building Communities. Rebuilding Lives.

Housing Division

BCHF Ohio office was founded in 1991 as a non-profit corporation with the mission of developing affordable housing for low-income families and individuals.  Today BCHF has 75 projects consisting of more than 3,100 units of affordable housing across Ohio, West Virginia, Virginia, Indiana, Kentucky, and South Carolina with targeted investments in Pennsylvania, Illinois and Tennessee.  BCHF recently opened an additional office located at: Two Prudential Plaza, 180 N. Stetson Street, Suite 3500, Chicago, IL  60601, telephone 312.268.5684, more news later as these new locations prosper.

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Education Division

Buckeye Community Hope Foundation sponsored its first community (charter) school in 2005. Today, the Education Division supports and monitors over 50 public community schools statewide. Our focus is providing students and parents with quality public school choice options, high student achievement, and responsible school sponsorship.

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Youthbuild Division

Since 1995, Buckeye Community Hope Foundation has operated the YouthBuild Columbus program, serving disconnected youth and young adults through secondary education and vocational training services.

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History

The Buckeye Community Hope Foundation (BCHF) was chartered in 1991 as a 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation with the mission of developing and facilitating affordable housing for low-income families. BCHF is in good standing and qualified to do business in the States of Ohio, West Virginia, Indiana, Kentucky, Tennessee, South Carolina, Virginia, Illinois and Pennsylvania.

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Mission Statement

The mission of Buckeye Community Hope Foundation is to: (1) Facilitate and develop affordable housing for low-income families and individuals; (2) Promote school choice through sponsorship of quality charter schools; and (3) Provide educational opportunities for disconnected youth.