0985 School Finance Authority
Mission Statement

The California School Finance Authority (CSFA), created in 1985, provides facilities and working capital financing to school districts, community college districts, county offices of education, and charter schools. CSFA consists of the following three members: the State Treasurer who serves as chair, the Superintendent of Public Instruction, and the Director of the Department of Finance. CSFA has offices in Los Angeles and Sacramento.

CSFA serves as the primary state agency for California charter schools seeking facility and working capital assistance by providing access to low-cost financing through several State and federally funded programs while also serving as a conduit debt issuer.