CCF’s Total Assets
as of June 30, 2015
were $1.46 billion –
An All-Time High

Strong contributions led to a $32 million increase in assets from June 30, 2014. Our asset portfolio is divided into four categories that reflect the many types of partnerships between the California Community Foundation and our donors: Permanent Discretionary Funds, Donor Advised Funds, Permanent Restricted Funds and Other Funds.

Donor Advised Funds are donor-directed charitable funds or foundations started by donors who choose CCF to help them realize their philanthropic visions and goals. These funds accounted for $548 million, or 38 percent of our total assets.

Other Funds, which include private foundation alternatives, regional affiliates, trusts, community benefit funds and charitable gift annuities, among others, constituted $271 million, or 18 percent of our total assets.

Permanent Restricted Funds are donor-designated funds for use at a specific organization through a legacy or a bequest. These assets made up $119 million, or 8 percent of our total assets.

Permanent Discretionary Funds are permanent gifts entrusted to CCF by individuals, families and organizations who understand the flexibility offered by unrestricted gifts. They allow CCF to adapt grantmaking to the evolving needs of Los Angeles for generations to come. These assets represented $520 million, or 36 percent of our total assets.