TIMELINE

2004
Antonia Hernández named President & CEO, $560 million in assets
2007
Los Angeles Preschool Advocacy Initiative (LAPAI) launches in partnership with the David and Lucile Packard Foundation which brought together a cross-sector group of partners ranging from early childhood education (ECE) providers to nonprofits, advocacy organizations and business groups to increase access to high-quality ECE programs for children in underserved communities in LA County.

2012

Los Angeles Scholars Investment Fund (LASIF) is established in partnership with the College Futures Foundation to increase college access and success in LA County.

2015
Centennial Legacy Campaign, CCF celebrated 100 years of service and enters a new 10-year strategic plan, promising to grant $1 billion to Los Angeles County nonprofits by 2025. 
2017

LA Justice Fund is launched in partnership with L.A. County, the City of Los Angeles, and the Weingart Foundation to increase access to legal representation and counsel to individuals and families dealing with deportation and removal proceedings in the County—first public-private partnership CCF embarked on setting a new trend for the foundation in establishing strategic partnerships with government.

2020
We Count LA Census Campaign convened a powerful coalition of 115+ community-based organizations (CBOs) across the region to count historically under-counted populations, coordinated and united under one region-wide campaign.
2022
For the second year in a row CCF recorded the highest grantmaking in its history $432 million. 
2023
CCF assets reach $2.3 million with over 1,900 funds.
2023
Antonia Hernández announces her retirement and Miguel A. Santana is named the next President and CEO. 
2006
Joan Palevsky gifts $257 million doubling grantmaking, and CCF assets reach $1 billion.
2009
The Council on Immigration Integration established, 35-member panel of Los Angeles leaders that includes representatives from business, labor, education, law enforcement, government agencies and community-based organizations. 
2012
Building a Lifetime of Options and Opportunities for Men (BLOOM) launches combining mentorship, character development and specially tailored programming to help young Black men who are at risk of becoming involved in the juvenile justice system onto positive paths towards success.
2016
CCF prioritizes public policy and civic engagement to create systems change driven by communities. 
2017
L.A. County Office of Immigration Affairs established to drive forward policies, strategies and programs that realize immigrant equity.
2021
In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, CCF raised a record $621 million and granted a record $391 million.

2022

CCF surpasses its billion-dollar commitment to the future of Los Angeles three years ahead of time.

2023
CCF moves into its new permanent home at 717 W. Temple Street 

TIMELINE

2004
Antonia Hernández named President & CEO, $560 million in assets
2006
Joan Palevsky gifts $257 million doubling grantmaking, $1 billion in assets, 400 DAFs
2007
Los Angeles Preschool Advocacy Initiative (LAPAI) launches in partnership with the David and Lucile Packard Foundation which brought together a cross-sector group of partners ranging from early childhood education providers to nonprofits, advocacy organizations and business groups to increase access to high-quality ECE programs for children in underserved communities in L.A. County.
2009
The Council on Immigration Integration established, 35-member panel of Los Angeles leaders that includes representatives from business, labor, education, law enforcement, government agencies and community-based organizations. 
2012
The Council on Immigration Integration established, 35-member panel of Los Angeles leaders that includes representatives from business, labor, education, law enforcement, government agencies and community-based organizations.

2012

Los Angeles Scholars Investment Fund (LASIF) is established in partnership with the College Futures Foundation to increase college access and success in L.A. County.

2015
Centennial Legacy Campaign, CCF celebrated 100 years of service and enters a new 10-year strategic plan, promising to grant $1 billion to Los Angeles County nonprofits by 2025. 
2016
CCF prioritizes public policy and civic engagement to create systems change driven by communities. 
2017
L.A. County Office of Immigration Affairs established to drive forward policies, strategies and programs that realize immigrant equity.
2017
LA Justice Fund is launched in partnership with L.A. County, the City of Los Angeles, and the Weingart Foundation to increase access to legal representation and counsel to individuals and families dealing with deportation and removal proceedings in the County. (first public-private partnership CCF embarked on setting a new trend for the foundation in establishing strategic partnerships with government) 
2020
We Count LA Census Campaign convened a powerful coalition of 115+ community-based organizations (CBOs) across the region to count historically under-counted populations, coordinated and united under one region-wide campaign.
2021
In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, CCF raised a record $621 million and granted a record $391 million.
2022
$1.05 Billion – CCF surpasses its billion-dollar commitment to the future of Los Angeles three years ahead of time!
2022
For the second year in a row CCF recorded the highest grantmaking in its history $432 million. 
2023
CCF assets reach $2.3 million with over 1,900 funds.
2023
Antonia Hernández announces her retirement and Miguel A. Santana is named the next President and CEO. 
2023
CCF moves into its new permanent home at 717 W. Temple Street