Our Foundational Principles

The California Community Foundation (CCF) is a vibrant and enduring resource committed to fulfilling the promise of Los Angeles County.

We are steadfast advocates for those who struggle.
We are trusted stewards of charitable passions.
And we are thoughtful investors in systemic change.

We understand the unique needs and remarkable potential of L.A.’s rich diversity. We know from experience that ordinary people can accomplish extraordinary things. And we realize that together we are stronger.

We believe a brighter future is achievable.
We believe everyone has something of value to contribute.
And we believe the common good is our common ground.

We are proud of our century of service.
We are excited about what is possible when we collaborate to create a better tomorrow for all of L.A.’s residents.

And we invite you to join us in building Los Angeles together.

Ending Homelessness Requires More than Homes

The shift from life on the street to life inside a community with an apartment of your own can be challenging. Transitioning from being surrounded by people at all hours, to living in your own apartment with a door and a lock can feel isolating and lonely. And adjusting to the rules and customs of […]

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"I am interested in regionalism, and the significance that takes on when we think of making descriptions of the city of Los Angeles" -Laida Lertxundi, CFF Fellowship for Visual Artists winner.
See more at www.calfund.org/Laida-Lertxundi/ #FVA #LAArts #LAartist #LaidaLertxundi

Image: Llora Cuando Te Pase // Cry When It Happens, 2010, film still
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I am interested in regionalism, and the significance that takes on when we think of making descriptions of the city of Los Angeles -Laida Lertxundi, CFF Fellowship for Visual Artists winner.
See more at www.calfund.org/Laida-Lertxundi/ #FVA #LAArts #LAartist #LaidaLertxundi

Image: Llora Cuando Te Pase // Cry When It Happens, 2010, film still

"California’s 1M #Latino #EnglishLearners face the task of simultaneously learning a second language while learning a curriculum that even English-proficient students struggle to master. " Explore key ways to support #ESL students.

3 keys to helping California‘s Latino English learners achieve | LA School Report

*Updated Jan. 8 In California, Latino students face many challenges to succeed academically at the same level as their white or Asian counterparts, bu...

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We are the California Community Foundation, and our community is Los Angeles County.

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We are the California Community Foundation, and our community is Los Angeles County.

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