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“Mayor Garcetti Announces the Expansion of The City’s Supportive Housing Loan Fund”

September 19, 2017    |    Homelessness, Housing and Economic Opportunity, Los Angeles

City of Los Angeles

“Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA Begins With Hundreds of Thematically Linked Exhibitions Destined to Rewrite Art History”

September 14, 2017    |    Arts, Immigrant Integration, Los Angeles

West Hollywood Lifestyle

“Join Us For National Day Of Civic Hacking 9/23”

September 14, 2017    |    Civic Engagement, Education Pipeline, Los Angeles

Department of Neighborhood Empowerment of Los Angeles

“Showtime’s hit comic Sebastian Mansicalco to perform at Mountain Winery”

September 14, 2017    |    Arts, Early Childhood, Health, Philanthropy

By Brandy Miceli, East Bay Times

“School-Based Health Clinics: Critical Access Points For Confronting The Addiction Epidemic”

September 12, 2017    |    Education Pipeline, Health

By Alexa Eggleston, Health Affairs Blog

“L.A. At Risk of Losing Millions in New Revenue if Housing Development Slows”

September 12, 2017    |    Housing and Economic Opportunity, Los Angeles, Smart Growth

Business Wire

“First 5 LA Addresses Impact of Immigration Fears on Young Children”

September 11, 2017    |    Early Childhood, Immigrant Integration, Los Angeles

San Fernando Valley Sun

“Los Ángeles honra a latinos por su aporte a EEUU”

September 6, 2017    |    Immigrant Integration, L.A. Justice Fund, Los Angeles

By Jacqueline García, La Opinión

White House’s Decision On DACA Threatens Our Region’s Shared Prosperity

September 5, 2017    |    Civic Engagement, Immigrant Integration, Los Angeles

LOS ANGELES – September 5, 2017 – The California Community Foundation views President Trump’s decision to dismantle Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) as an affront to our region’s shared prosperity. Roughly 800,000 children and young adults are currently served by DACA across the United States with more than 222,000 Californians who have received DACA since […]

“California Education Leaders Advance College Promise Partnerships, With Focus on College Affordability”

August 30, 2017    |    Education Pipeline, Youth Empowerment

WestEd

CCF News Fall 2016: Planting a Better Future for All Angelenos

August 18, 2017    |    BLOOM, Youth Empowerment

When BLOOMers like Zakeer succeed, everyone benefits. The work of BLOOM and our partners Brotherhood Crusade and Social Justice Learning Institute are crucial to realizing the promise of our young Black men. The amount of money our state spends annually on prisons would pay for a CSU education for every single graduating senior in California.

CCF News Fall 2016: Social Justice Learning Institute

August 18, 2017    |    BLOOM, Youth Empowerment

When Dr. D’Artagnan Scorza wanted to move the cause of educational equity for young Black men forward, he started by looking back. He founded the Black Male Youth Academy at his alma mater, Inglewood’s Morningside High School, to help young men of color break cycles of recidivism and create opportunities for academic achievement.

CCF News Fall 2016: BLOOMer Spotlight – Zakeer, BLOOM Alumnus & College Student

August 18, 2017    |    BLOOM, Youth Empowerment

I wound up on probation for three or four months. It was my first offense. Looking back, it was a blessing, because it opened me up to BLOOM. It’s changing me for the better. I started off at Social Justice Learning Institute’s Black Male Youth Academy, and BLOOM is like a family. All the doors […]

CCF News Fall 2016: Brotherhood Crusade

August 18, 2017    |    BLOOM, Youth Empowerment

Mykol Lewis is making a difference and sowing seeds among young men in an effort to build a stronger South L.A. This belief in making our communities better is the trademark of Brotherhood Crusade.

CCF News Fall 2016: BLOOM Impact 2015-16

August 18, 2017    |    BLOOM, Youth Empowerment

When we believe in, invest in and support our young men, they will thrive. By doubling down on our focus on high school completion and reducing recidivism, youth participating in BLOOM saw improved outcomes in school and were better able to complete the terms of their probation and separate themselves from the system.

CCF News Fall 2016: Investing in L.A.’s Black Male Youth

August 18, 2017    |    BLOOM, Youth Empowerment

Though they are only 10 percent of all L.A. young people, Black youth make up nearly a third of all youth on probation. And once in the system, it is hard to get out, with more than 80 percent facing re-arrest within three years. We are losing out on countless innovators and entrepreneurs – a […]

CCF News Fall 2016: BLOOM

August 18, 2017    |    BLOOM, Youth Empowerment

We are facing a crisis of potential, and nowhere is hit harder than South Los Angeles. Young black men who drop out of high school face a 90 percent chance of incarceration, but a diploma reduces that to 12 percent. Learn how CCF’s BLOOM initiative is helping young Black men in South L.A. onto positive […]

“Council panel deals setback to proposed homeless housing project in Boyle Heights”

August 16, 2017    |    Homelessness, Housing and Economic Opportunity, Los Angeles

By Doug Smith, Los Angeles Times

L.A. Justice Fund Fact Sheet

August 11, 2017    |    Immigrant Integration, L.A. Justice Fund

The Los Angeles Justice Fund (LAJF) seeks to ensure that Angelenos, regardless of legal status, have the right to legal representation. It is a multi-million dollar partnership between Los Angeles County, the City of Los Angeles, the Weingart Foundation and the California Community Foundation (CCF).

L.A. For All Fact Sheet

August 11, 2017    |    Immigrant Integration, L.A. Justice Fund

In an environment where our immigrant neighbors feel increasingly under threat, L.A. For All is a comprehensive and community focused effort to expand and protect immigrant rights, increase access to legal services and promote application for citizenship.

“Two BWW Operators Give Wing to Disadvantaged Youths”

August 10, 2017    |    Smart Growth, Youth Empowerment

By Nicole Duncan, FSR Magazine

“Long Beach Arts Council To Celebrate Cambodia Town Mural Project”

August 10, 2017    |    Arts

By Emily Thornton, Grunion Gazette 

“College Futures Foundation Grant Funds Implementation of Transition to College Mathematics and Statistics Course”

August 9, 2017    |    Education Pipeline, Los Angeles, Smart Growth

Los Angeles Unified School District

“Eastside Arts Initiative Grants for Innovative Arts Programming”

August 7, 2017    |    Arts, Immigrant Integration, Los Angeles

Latino LA

“Foundation awards low income scholarships”

August 7, 2017    |    Education Pipeline, Housing and Economic Opportunity

By Charlene Muhammad, The Final Call

“Plus Size Fashion Retailer Torrid Announces Foundation to Support Women”

August 4, 2017    |    Philanthropy

By Api Podder, My Social Good News

“Cada vez son más las iniciativas que ayudan con fondos a la defensa legal de inmigrantes”

August 2, 2017    |    Immigrant Integration, L.A. Justice Fund

By Pilar Marrero, La Opinion

“In a Fearful Moment, This Growing Fund Channels Muslim American Philanthropy”

July 25, 2017    |    Philanthropy

By Philip Rojc, Inside Philanthropy

“Domestic Violence Center of Santa Clarita Valley, Child & Family Center announce merger”

July 25, 2017    |    Los Angeles, Nonprofit Sustainability

by Christina Cox, Santa Clarita Valley Signal

“Another jolt for L.A. schools as civic group seeks a role in fixing school district”

July 19, 2017    |    Education Pipeline, Los Angeles, Philanthropy

By Howard Blume, Los Angeles Times

“Sun-Times sold to former alderman and investors”

July 12, 2017    |    Philanthropy

By Robert Channick, Chicago Tribune

“‘Be a Little Crazy.’ A Top Fundraiser on What It Really Takes to Succeed”

July 11, 2017    |    Health, Philanthropy

By Holly Hall, Inside Philanthropy

Multi-Million Dollar L.A. Justice Fund Opens Application Process to Legal Nonprofit Organizations

July 10, 2017    |    Immigrant Integration, L.A. Justice Fund

Expected to fund legal representation for immigrants against recently heightened federal deportation efforts LOS ANGELES – July 10, 2017 – The L.A. Justice Fund, an innovative multi-million dollar fund to expand legal representation for immigrants, opened the application process today to nonprofit organizations dedicated to empowering the immigrant community with access to legal services. The […]

ChAMP Instrument of Gift: Donor Advised Fund – Single Donor

July 7, 2017    |    Advisors, Donors

ChAMP Instrument of Gift: Restricted Scholarship

July 7, 2017    |    Advisors, Donors

ChAMP Instrument of Gift: Donor Advised Fund – Multiple Donors

July 7, 2017    |    Advisors, Donors

ChAMP Instrument of Gift: Donor Advised Fund – Corporate Donor

July 7, 2017    |    Advisors, Donors

“YMCA of Orange County takes over Pomona Valley YMCA, leaving Pomona with few services for now”

July 2, 2017    |    Early Childhood, Los Angeles, Nonprofit Sustainability

By Monica Rodriguez, Inland Valley Daily Bulletin

“Cambodia Town Blooms With Many Murals”

July 2, 2017    |    Arts

By Jenny Gov, Grunion Gazette

“LA City Council Passes Justice Fund”

June 26, 2017    |    Immigrant Integration, L.A. Justice Fund, Los Angeles

By Steve Angeles, Balitang America

“L.A. Vehicle Donation Charity Ordered to Shut Down After Alleged False Advertising”

June 26, 2017    |    Philanthropy

By Howard Fine, Los Angeles Business Journal

“LA City Council approves $2M for immigrant defense fund”

June 23, 2017    |    Immigrant Integration, L.A. Justice Fund, Los Angeles

By Leslie Berestein Rojas, KPCC

“Statement: Mayor Garcetti on the City of Los Angeles’ $2 Million Share of the L.A. Justice Fund”

June 23, 2017    |    Immigrant Integration, L.A. Justice Fund, Los Angeles

City of Los Angeles

Statement: CCF on L.A. City and County Funding of the L.A. Justice Fund

June 23, 2017    |    CCF, Immigrant Integration, L.A. Justice Fund, Los Angeles

LOS ANGELES – June 23, 2017 – Thanks to the leadership of the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors and the Los Angeles City Council, the L.A. Justice Fund will move forward to provide critical legal assistance to immigrants facing the threat of deportation. Today, we celebrate a trailblazing, multi-sector and cross-governmental approach to address […]

“Aumentan estudiantes DACA en la UC, entre la incertidumbre generada por las políticas de Trump”

June 21, 2017    |    Education Pipeline, Immigrant Integration

By Teresa Watanabe, Los Angeles Times En Español

“L.A. County supervisors OK $3 million to aid legal efforts for immigrants facing deportation”

June 20, 2017    |    Immigrant Integration, L.A. Justice Fund, Los Angeles

By Nina Agrawal and Dakota Smith, Los Angeles Times

“‘Immigration-safe’ crimes? Supervisors vote to contribute $1 million to legal aid for potential deportees”

June 20, 2017    |    Immigrant Integration, L.A. Justice Fund, Los Angeles

By Liz Spear, MyNewsLA.Com

“First-Ever Assembly Select Committee On The Nonprofit Sector Launches June 21st”

June 20, 2017    |    Los Angeles, Nonprofit Sustainability

California Association of Nonprofits

“Supervisors approve $3 million in legal aid for undocumented immigrants, Barger opposes”

June 20, 2017    |    Immigrant Integration, L.A. Justice Fund, Los Angeles

By Gina Ender, Santa Clarita Valley Signal

“Demand for UC immigrant student legal services soars as Trump policies sow uncertainty”

June 19, 2017    |    Education Pipeline, Immigrant Integration, Los Angeles

By Teresa Watanabe, Los Angeles Times

“LA County leaders may spend millions to defend immigrants facing deportation”

June 18, 2017    |    Immigrant Integration, L.A. Justice Fund, Los Angeles

By Susan Abram, Los Angeles Daily News

“Supervisors commit to spending $259 million on homeless”

June 16, 2017    |    Homelessness, Housing and Economic Opportunity, Los Angeles

Los Angeles Wave

“Amid housing crisis, Garcetti’s ‘linkage fee’ proposal remains in limbo”

June 12, 2017    |    Homelessness, Housing and Economic Opportunity, Los Angeles

By Dakota Smith, Los Angeles Times

“Moving Forward: Can We Solve L.A.’s Housing Affordability Problem?”

June 12, 2017    |    Homelessness, Housing and Economic Opportunity, Los Angeles

By Carolyn Gray Anderson, The UCLA Anderson Blog

“Is Jerry Brown lifting all students, $41 billion later?”

June 7, 2017    |    Education Pipeline, Los Angeles

by Elise Buik, Antonia Hernández and Bruce Fuller, The Sacramento Bee

Nonprofit Sustainablity Initiative Overview

June 1, 2017    |    Nonprofit Sustainability

“Space invaders: Developers team up to tackle LA’s parking laws”

May 26, 2017    |    Smart Growth

by Justin Sayles, The Real Deal

LA designates $1M for immigrant defense fund, but it’s still not a done deal

May 23, 2017    |    Immigrant Integration, L.A. Justice Fund

by Leslie Rojas, KPCC

“The Rising Cost of the North Atwater Bridge Puts Its Future in Question”

May 22, 2017    |    Los Angeles, Philanthropy

by Lauren Herstick, KCET

“Community Foundation of the Valleys emphasizes generosity”

May 12, 2017    |    Los Angeles, Philanthropy

by Gina Ender, Santa Clarita Valley Sender

“5 Questions Grant Makers Should Ask About the First 100 Days of Trump Era”

May 3, 2017    |    Immigrant Integration, L.A. Justice Fund, Philanthropy

by Aaron Dorfman, Cathy Cha, Jacqueline Martinez Garcel, and Lateefah Simon, Chronicle of Philanthropy

“Climate change and economic pressures force Garcetti to form LA sustainability council”

April 28, 2017    |    CCF

by Ryan Posner, MyNewsLA.com

FEDCO Teacher Grants Fact Sheet

April 26, 2017    |    Education Pipeline

“WLA College to Host Univision Town Hall – Know Your Rights, Empower Yourself”

April 26, 2017    |    Immigrant Integration, L.A. Justice Fund

Culver City Crossroads

“Univision Hosts California Immigration Town Hall”

April 26, 2017    |    Immigrant Integration, L.A. Justice Fund

Univision

“LAUSD to pilot an expanded dual-language preschool program”

April 25, 2017    |    Early Childhood, Education Pipeline

by Kyle Stokes, KPCC

“Offering lawyers to immigrants facing deportation is a worthwhile way to spend public money”

April 25, 2017    |    Immigrant Integration, L.A. Justice Fund

by The Times Editorial Board, Los Angeles Times

CCF News Spring 2017 – Spotlight On Family Philanthropy: Leah Bishop & Gary Yale

April 21, 2017    |    Donors, Philanthropy

“When our daughters were little, we felt like they needed to see that not everyone in the world had it as good as they did. They helped us feed the hungry and homeless. “They really absorbed the desire to give back. Elizabeth used to take her allowance and give it away to various causes. We […]

CCF News Spring 2017 – The Home L.A. Loan Fund

April 21, 2017    |    Donors, Homelessness, Housing and Economic Opportunity, Philanthropy

Every night, nearly 50,000 Angelenos go to sleep homeless, enough to fill Dodger Stadium. The California Community Foundation is working with partners to build 10,000 housing units over ten years for our neighbors in need. We invite donors who are passionate about homelessness to become charter investors in the Home L.A. Loan Fund, a one-of-a-kind, […]

CCF News Spring 2017 – Make an Impact, Forever

April 21, 2017    |    Centennial Legacy Campaign, Donors, Los Angeles, Philanthropy

Join with more than 100 other donors who want to make a difference in the lives of L.A. residents, through the next century and beyond. In celebration of our 100 years of service, CCF launched the Centennial Legacy Campaign to help donors create enduring gifts that continue to change lives in Los Angeles County for […]

CCF News Spring 2017 – We Are Los Angeles

April 21, 2017    |    Arts, Centennial

On November 12, 30 L.A. County-based artists unveiled a group of never-before-seen sculptures exploring the most pressing issues facing our region. Commissioned by CCF, the We Are Los Angeles exhibit represents the collective diversity and strength of Los Angeles. Thanks to the generous sponsorship of our board members and donors, these sculptures now reside with […]

CCF News Spring 2017 – Fellowship for Visual Artists

April 21, 2017    |    Arts

In January, CCF awarded 14 Los Angeles County artists with $350,000 in grants through the CCF Fellowship for Visual Artists. Launched in 1987 with a generous contribution from the J. Paul Getty Trust, the fellowship has awarded more than $3 million to nearly 300 visual artists. Through the generosity of our donors, the fellowship has […]

CCF News Spring 2017 – Making Giving a Family Value

April 21, 2017    |    Donors, Philanthropy

One of the greatest gifts you can give your family is the love of giving. That’s why CCF has partnered with the National Center for Family Philanthropy to provide donors with complimentary access to the award-winning Family Philanthropy Online Knowledge Center.

CCF News: Spring 2017

April 21, 2017    |    Arts, Donors, Homelessness, Housing and Economic Opportunity, Philanthropy

Is there a risk-free way to help end homelessness? How can you share the joy of giving with your children and grandchildren? How can you support L.A.’s most innovative creative voices? Find out in CCF’s Spring Donor Newsletter.

“Supervisors delay vote on immigration legal fund”

April 17, 2017    |    Immigrant Integration, L.A. Justice Fund

Los Angeles Wave

“A $10-million fund will help immigrants fight deportations. But should it help those with violent criminal convictions?”

April 17, 2017    |    Immigrant Integration, L.A. Justice Fund

by Dakota Smith, Los Angeles Times

“Why We Need to Stop Stigmatizing Immigrants in the Fight for Universal Representation”

April 17, 2017    |    Immigrant Integration, L.A. Justice Fund

By Sujana Gowni, Truthout

Deportation Legal Defense Funds Move to Distinguish Between “Good” and “Bad” Immigrants

April 12, 2017    |    Immigrant Integration, L.A. Justice Fund

by Leighton Akio Woodhouse The Intercept

LA County supervisors weighing who should get immigrant legal defense help

April 12, 2017    |    Immigrant Integration, L.A. Justice Fund, Los Angeles

by Leslie Berestien Rojas KPCC

“Los Angeles Leads Fight Against Immigration Crackdown”

April 12, 2017    |    Immigrant Integration, L.A. Justice Fund, Los Angeles

by Matt Reynolds, Courthouse News Service

“Los Angeles employers struggling to get top-level workers, high housing costs cited”

April 12, 2017    |    Housing and Economic Opportunity, Los Angeles

by Toni McAllister, MyNewsLA.com

“SoCal’s high cost of living seen as barrier to hiring and keeping top business talent”

April 12, 2017    |    Housing and Economic Opportunity, Los Angeles

Central Valley Business Times

California Community Foundation Awards $5.1 Million to Build a Stronger Los Angeles County

April 12, 2017    |    Arts, Civic Engagement, Education Pipeline, Health, Housing and Economic Opportunity, Immigrant Integration, LASIF, Philanthropy, Press Release, Youth Empowerment

LOS ANGELES – April 11, 2016 – The California Community Foundation (CCF) has awarded $5,130,787 through 52 grants to Los Angeles County nonprofit organizations working to address pressing needs and improve the lives of Los Angeles County residents. CCF’s grants this quarter include $1,435,000 to provide critical support to immigrant rights organizations working to defend […]

“Los Angeles County supes labor over immigration policies: ‘The devil is in the details’”

April 11, 2017    |    Immigrant Integration, Los Angeles

by Toni McAllister, MyNewsLA.Com

Home L.A. Loan Fund Fact Sheet

April 10, 2017    |    Donors, Homelessness, Housing and Economic Opportunity

The Home L.A. Loan Fund is a one-of-a-kind, risk-free charitable investment option focused on fighting homelessness in Los Angeles County. Donor investments are pooled and used to provide three- or five-year seed capital to organizations building permanent supportive housing units for the chronically homeless. By jump-starting the process, this capital accelerates the pace and scale […]

“An End to Homelessness? Behind the Rising Optimism Among Funders”

April 5, 2017    |    Homelessness, Housing and Economic Opportunity

Phillip Rojc, Inside Philanthropy

“Privacy as a Philanthropic Pillar”

April 1, 2017    |    Philanthropy

by Karl Zinsmeister, Philanthropy Magazine

“Oxy Immigration Symposium: ‘The Beginning of a Conversation'”

March 24, 2017    |    Immigrant Integration

Occidental College

“Cambodia Town Mural Project Gives Local Artists, and Community, a Chance to Paint Big”

March 23, 2017    |    Arts, Los Angeles

by Emily Thornton, Grunion Gazette

“Long Beach Arts Council Announces Cambodia Town Mural Project Artists”

March 23, 2017    |    Arts, Newsroom Category

by Emily Thornton, Long Beach Gazette

Funcionarios Electos, Organizaciones Pro-Inmigrantes, y Medios Hispanos Lanzan Sitio Web ¡Protégete!…¡Empodérate Ya!

March 22, 2017    |    Immigrant Integration

Centro de información bilingüe provee a la comunidad inmigrante de Los Ángeles los recursos que necesitan para protegerse y empoderarse LOS ANGELES, CA – Una coalición intersectorial se ha reunido para atender las preocupaciones de las comunidades inmigrantes en Los Ángeles acerca de las nuevas acciones y órdenes ejecutivas de inmigración. La coalición, compuesta del […]

Public Officials, Leading Immigrant Rights Organizations, and Spanish-language Media Launch ¡Protégete!…¡Empodérate Ya! Website

March 22, 2017    |    Immigrant Integration, Los Angeles

Bilingual online clearinghouse provides Los Angeles’ immigrant community with the information resources they need to protect and empower themselves LOS ANGELES,CA — A cross sector coalition has come together to address concerns from immigrant communities in Los Angeles about new immigration enforcement policies and actions. The coalition, comprised of Mayor Eric Garcetti and other public […]

“Filipino Immigrants Urged to Know Their Rights Amid Deportations and Raids”

March 21, 2017    |    Immigrant Integration

by Christina M. Oriel, MLNews

“$2 million in scholarships available for incoming minority Cal Poly students”

March 18, 2017    |    Education Pipeline, Newsroom Category

by Andrew Sheeler, The Tribune

“Absentee vote pushes L.A. County homeless sales tax measure toward a strong finish”

March 17, 2017    |    CCF, Homelessness, Housing and Economic Opportunity, Los Angeles

by Doug Smith, Los Angeles Times

“In a Climate of Fear, California Funders Step Up for Immigrants”

March 16, 2017    |    Immigrant Integration, L.A. Justice Fund

By Alyssa Ochs, Inside Philanthropy

“Scholarships aimed to benefit minority students at Cal Poly”

March 16, 2017    |    Education Pipeline

By Selena Alvarado, KSBY.com

“County election offers students a voice”

March 16, 2017    |    Philanthropy

By Alec Vandenberg, Daily Trojan

California Community Foundation Awards $1.4 Million to Protect Immigrant Communities

March 7, 2017    |    CCF, Immigrant Integration, Press Release

LOS ANGELES – March 7, 2017 – The California Community Foundation (CCF) will immediately award $1.4 million in rapid response grants to 19 organizations as part of its coordinated commitment to immigrant inclusion and protection. These grants deliver critical support to organizations providing impacted communities with Know Your Rights workshops, legal representation, policy advocacy and […]

“The Annenberg Foundation Moves Its Acclaimed LA n Sync Program To a New Home — the California Community Foundation”

February 22, 2017    |    Nonprofit Sustainability

Today the Annenberg Foundation and the California Community Foundation (CCF) officially announced the next phase of LA n Sync — the Annenberg Foundation’s acclaimed initiative bringing together the academic, civic, nonprofit, business, and philanthropic sectors to pursue and win highly competitive public funding opportunities for the Greater Los Angeles region. Effective immediately, CCF will administer LA n […]

“Woodbury Adjunct Professor Jaime Scholnick Named California Community Foundation Award Winner”

February 18, 2017    |    Arts, Fellowship for Visual Artists

All Daily News

“$90 Million Equitable Infrastructure Initiative Launched”

February 17, 2017    |    Housing and Economic Opportunity, Smart Growth

All Daily News

Joint Foundation Statement on Immigration

February 3, 2017    |    Immigrant Integration

Foundations Unite to Oppose Immigration Executive Orders This statement was originally published by Grantmakers Concerned with Immigrants and Refugees (GCIR).  Statement The United States stands at a historical crossroads. Founded as a refuge from religious persecution and built by generations of immigrants, our country has been the standard bearer internationally for the assertion and protection […]

“How Does Incarcerating Young People Affect Their Adult Health Outcomes?”

February 1, 2017    |    BLOOM, Health

Elizabeth S. Barnert, Rebecca Dudovitz, Bergen B. Nelson, Tumaini R. Coker, Christopher Biely, Ning Li, Paul J. Chung, Pediatrics, February 2017, VOLUME 139 / ISSUE 2

“City Looks to Streamline Permanent Supportive Housing Production”

January 25, 2017    |    Homelessness, Housing and Economic Opportunity

Urbanize LA

“Developers join the campaign for a quarter-cent sales tax to fund homeless services”

January 20, 2017    |    Homelessness, Housing and Economic Opportunity

The San Diego Union-Tribune

“SMC Buys Out the YWCA on 14th Street in Santa Monica; $5M for One Acre”

January 19, 2017    |    Donors

Santa Monica Observer

“YWCA building sold to SMC”

January 18, 2017    |    Donors

Santa Monica Daily Press

“Santa Monica College Approves $5 Million YWCA Purchase”

January 18, 2017    |    Donors

Canyon News

“Líderes Angelinos celebran el legado de Martin Luther King Jr.”

January 16, 2017    |    CCF

La Opinion

California Community Foundation Announces $350,000 for 14 Visual Artist Fellowships in Most Competitive Application Year to Date

January 10, 2017    |    Arts, Fellowship for Visual Artists, Press Release

LOS ANGELES – January 10, 2017 – The California Community Foundation (CCF) has named 14 Los Angeles County artists as recipients of the CCF Fellowship for Visual Artists (FVA), with a total of $350,000 in unrestricted grants. The prestigious FVA annually awards grants to help artists build successful, sustainable careers and to support the thriving […]

“Los Angeles to Provide $10 Million Fund for Illegal Immigrants”

December 28, 2016    |    Immigrant Integration, L.A. Justice Fund, Media Mention

Canyon News

“‘L.A. Justice Fund’ Will Offer Legal Help to Potential Deportees”

December 20, 2016    |    Immigrant Integration, L.A. Justice Fund, Media Mention

KCET

“LA leaders launch $10 million legal-aid fund to fight immigrant deportations”

December 20, 2016    |    Immigrant Integration, L.A. Justice Fund, Media Mention

Los Angeles Daily News

“Garcetti Announces $10 Million Legal Defense Fund For Immigrants Facing Deportation In Trump’s America”

December 20, 2016    |    Immigrant Integration, L.A. Justice Fund, Media Mention

LAist

California Community Foundation Awards $5.5 Million to Strengthen Los Angeles County

December 20, 2016    |    Philanthropy, Press Release

LOS ANGELES – December 20, 2016 – The California Community Foundation (CCF) has awarded $5,569,746 through 34 grants to Los Angeles County nonprofit organizations working to address the great needs and potential of our region. This quarter’s portfolio of grants includes $565,000 in funding for our Los Angeles Scholars Investment Fund (LASIF) nonprofit partners. Since […]

Achievements & Lessons Learned from El Monte Community Building Initiative

December 19, 2016    |    Community Building Initiative, Impact Report

“The Head of the California Community Foundation Weighs in on the State of Philanthropy in L.A.”

December 8, 2016    |    Los Angeles, Media Mention, Philanthropy

Los Angeles Magazine

Donor Advised Fund vs Private Foundation Fact Sheet

December 8, 2016    |    Advisors, Donors

College for All: Stories of Collective Impact in the El Monte Community Building Initiative, 2014

December 1, 2016    |    Community Building Initiative

By Special Service for Groups, June 2014

El Monte Community Building Initiative: Reflections of a Decade (2007-2016)

December 1, 2016    |    Community Building Initiative

A Final Evaluation Report

El Monte Community Building Initiative Outcomes Evaluation Report Executive Summary, 2011

December 1, 2016    |    Community Building Initiative

Prepared by Special Service for Groups for the California Community Foundation October 2011

“‘We are Los Angeles’ explores the diverse problems of the SoCal region through art”

November 17, 2016    |    Centennial, Media Mention

89.3 KPCC

“Songs Over Sidewalks” by Luis J. Rodriguez

November 14, 2016    |    Centennial, Homelessness

This poem was written to commemorate the end of the California Community Foundation’s centennial at We Are Los Angeles, Nov. 12, 2016. By Luis J. Rodriguez Poet Laureate of Los Angeles Every summer when Santa Ana winds scatter around dry leaves and dead tree branches, and droughts make kindle out of the formerly green, a […]

California Community Foundation Unveils We Are Los Angeles Public Art Exhibit in Honor of Foundation’s Centennial

November 12, 2016    |    Centennial, Centennial Legacy Campaign, Press Release

$129 million pledged as part of Centennial Legacy Campaign LOS ANGELES – November 12, 2016 – The California Community Foundation (CCF) is celebrating the culmination of its 100th year with a public art exhibit exploring social issues in Los Angeles County and celebrating the many visionary donors who have contributed to the foundation’s Centennial Legacy […]

“Angels appear in Los Angeles to aid those in need”

November 10, 2016    |    Centennial, Media Mention

Los Angeles Daily News

California Community Foundation Awards Nearly $2.5 Million to Strengthen Los Angeles County

October 20, 2016    |    Philanthropy, Press Release

The California Community Foundation (CCF) has awarded $2,477,500 through 27 grants to Los Angeles County nonprofit organizations working to address the great needs and potential of our region.

“DHS Honors Los Angeles Community Leader Antonia Hernández”

October 6, 2016    |    Immigrant Integration, Media Mention

US Department of Homeland Security

“Why This National Funder Is Giving a Boost to L.A.’s Fight Against Homelessness”

October 1, 2016    |    Housing and Economic Opportunity, Media Mention

Inside Philanthropy

“Kresge Commits $7 Million to Help End Homelessness in Los Angeles”

September 29, 2016    |    Housing and Economic Opportunity, Media Mention

Philanthropy News Digest

Black Minds Matter: Supporting the Educational Success of Black Children in California

September 26, 2016    |    BLOOM, Education Pipeline, Youth Empowerment

By The Education Trust – West

BLOOM Year 4 Annual Report

September 26, 2016    |    BLOOM, Youth Empowerment

Youth Empowerment Fact Sheet

September 23, 2016    |    BLOOM, CCF, Preparing Achievers for Tomorrow, Youth Empowerment

CCF supports many diverse programs designed to improve the lives of young people in L.A., including Building a Lifetime of Options and Opportunities for Men (BLOOM) and Preparing Achievers for Tomorrow (PAT) for young people in South Los Angeles and the Transition Aged Youth (TAY) program for young people who are aging out of the foster care system.

Smart Growth Fact Sheet

September 23, 2016    |    CCF, Smart Growth

CCF’s Smart Growth Initiative is focused on connecting jobs, housing and public space with transit to ensure a brighter future for Los Angeles. The cost of housing and transportation has skyrocketed, many low-income workers are being priced out, resulting in longer commutes, more time away from their families, and poorer air quality for everyone. To create a more equitable, prosperous and sustainable future, we must handle L.A.’s growth in a smart way. The county is taking the first step by rebuilding our public transit system and adding 100 new metro stations.

Nonprofit Sustainability Fact Sheet

September 23, 2016    |    CCF, Nonprofit Sustainability

CCF seeks to reduce the burdens on nonprofits with core operating funding so great organizations can continue doing good works. We also invest in our nonprofit partners’ sustainability beyond grant support, including workshops and training in leadership development, fundraising, financial management and communications, so they can achieve their missions with greater efficiency and impact. Our Planned Giving Tool Kit helps nonprofits learn how to incorporate planned giving into their development strategies and even provides them with customizable donor outreach materials.

Immigrant Integration Fact Sheet

September 23, 2016    |    CCF, Immigrant Integration

Los Angeles County is home to 3.5 million immigrants – one third of the population. CCF works with public, private and philanthropic partners to uplift our vibrant immigrant communities and ensure they are fully woven into L.A.’s civic, economic and cultural fabric. From advocacy and civic participation to to leadership development and improving immigration status to cross-sector partnerships like our Council on Immigrant Integration, we are committed to empowering new Americans to protect their families, earn a living and contribute to their own communities.

Housing & Economic Opportunity Fact Sheet

September 23, 2016    |    CCF, Housing and Economic Opportunity

CCF’s housing and economic opportunity program combines grantmaking, lending and advocacy to support low-income entrepreneurs, small businesses and nonprofits as they build wealth, create jobs and revitalize their communities. By funding affordable and permanent supportive housing for those in need, we seek to ensure that all L.A. residents have the ability to live with dignity and take control of their own futures.

Health Fact Sheet

September 23, 2016    |    CCF, Health

CCF supports essential health services like children’s health insurance programs, physical and mental health care access, prevention and treatment for chronic health problems and substance abuse and community clinics that often serve as some of the only options for the uninsured. We also work to make sure underserved communities are able to understand, navigate and utilize newly available health care services.

Education Pipeline Fact Sheet

September 23, 2016    |    CCF, Early Childhood, Education Pipeline, LASIF

CCF aims to address disparities in student achievement by ensuring access to high-quality early education and working to increase performance in math and literacy for low-income, minority and English-learner students, from Pre-K through fifth grade. We also work to extend academic instruction and activities that help prepare students for college, as well as providing scholarships for low-income students In L.A. County.

Civic Engagement Fact Sheet

September 23, 2016    |    CCF, Civic Engagement

CCF works to create positive systems change across L.A. County through greater civic participation, grassroots leadership development and more responsive and participatory local governance. And to attain “democracy for all,” we focus on empowering historically marginalized communities. We support organizations seeking to increase civic engagement through project-based grants in support of capacity building, community outreach and education, leadership development, policy advocacy, mobilization and engagement, technical assistance and long-range fundraising strategies.

El Monte CBI Fact Sheet

September 23, 2016    |    CCF, Community Building Initiative

Completed in 2016, CCF’s El Monte Community Building Initiative was a decade-long, multimillion dollar investment in creating sustainable, community-driven change in the city of El Monte. Focused on building and boosting community leadership, the initiative helped residents and families identify and implement their own solutions to key local issues, such as increasing parental involvement in public school education, ensuring college access for students, creating safe recreational spaces for children and families and building the resident and nonprofit capacity of the community.

Arts Fact Sheet

September 23, 2016    |    Arts, CCF, Fellowship for Visual Artists

CCF has been a major funder of the arts in Los Angeles County for decades. Through our support for arts education, and small- to medium-sized community arts organizations in underserved areas, we seek to amplify diverse voices and increase cultural opportunities.

National Funder Commits $7 Million in Grants and Loans to Help Combat Homelessness in Los Angeles

September 22, 2016    |    Housing and Economic Opportunity, Press Release

The Kresge Foundation’s investment boosts pool of funding to accelerate development of permanent supportive housing, a cost-effective measure to address homelessness. EDITOR’S NOTE: Interviews are available upon request with residents of permanent supportive housing LOS ANGELES – September 22, 2016 – The Kresge Foundation is the latest funding partner in an unprecedented, multi-sector effort to annually […]

“Start building housing now”

August 29, 2016    |    Housing and Economic Opportunity, Media Mention

This letter to the editor originally appeared in the Los Angeles Times. To the editor: Permanent housing with services is a proven, cost-effective approach to moving people from homelessness to stability, and opposing Proposition H will only let this crisis continue to worsen. (“The wrong way to fix homelessness in L.A.,” Opinion, Aug. 24) The […]

“Campaign Promoting Benefits Of U.S. Citizenship Targets Asian Immigrants, Fastest Growing Immigrant Population”

August 27, 2016    |    Civic Engagement, Immigrant Integration, Media Mention

Balita Filipino News

“Study: L.A.’s Wealthy Give $1 Billion Less a Year to Charity Post-Recession”

August 18, 2016    |    Centennial, Media Mention, Philanthropy

The Hollywood Reporter

Joan Palevsky Center Policies and Procedures

July 21, 2016    |    CCF

The Palevsky Center is available for use by organizations whose work is aligned the California Community Foundation’s mission of strengthening Los Angeles communities through effective philanthropy and civic engagement. The space in intended to host cross-sectoral convenings that advance issues related to this mission.

CCF News Summer 2016: Invest in the Future of L.A.

July 14, 2016    |    CCF, Donors, Education Pipeline, LASIF, Los Angeles

When Jeffrey steps across the stage and takes his degree in a few short years, he won’t be the only one who benefits. Every graduate is a million dollar victory for the future of Los Angeles County. Every South Central Scholar who leaves high school college-ready, who has the services and support to succeed, makes our region stronger and more prosperous. Investors in L.A. and around the country have taken notice of LASIF’s impact and are coming together to realize the potential of our children.

CCF News: LASIF Scholar Summer 2016: Jeffrey Castro

July 14, 2016    |    CCF, Donors, Education Pipeline, LASIF, Los Angeles

Jeffrey Castro’s parents instilled in him a drive to attend college. But just as he entered high school, tragedy struck. His father passed away, leaving his mother to provide for him and his two older brothers. College seemed further away than ever. Then he discovered LASIF partner Upward Bound.

CCF News Summer 2016: South Central Scholars

July 14, 2016    |    CCF, Donors, Education Pipeline, LASIF, Los Angeles

So much attention is placed on college admission, but what happens next? That’s the question South Central Scholars staff found themselves asking as their students began their journeys into higher education.

CCF News Summer 2016: How LASIF Works

July 14, 2016    |    CCF, Donors, Education Pipeline, LASIF, Los Angeles

Experience shows that scholarships aren’t enough to close the graduation gap. LASIF combines need-based scholarships with intensive services before and during college to end the college completion crisis and increase the number of low-income youth who achieve their degree. That’s how LASIF programs have helped tens of thousands of Angeleno students prepare for, pay for and succeed in college.

CCF News Summer 2016: The Los Angeles Scholars Investment Fund

July 14, 2016    |    CCF, Donors, Education Pipeline, LASIF, Los Angeles

Few things transform a life like a college diploma. A bachelor’s degree can lead to an additional $1 million in lifetime earnings, but it’s about more than just money. College success benefits entire communities. That’s why the Los Angeles Scholars Investment Fund combines need-based scholarships with innovative services proven to help students graduate.

CCF News: Summer 2016

July 14, 2016    |    CCF, Donors, Education Pipeline, LASIF, Los Angeles

At a time when a college degree is more necessary than ever, Los Angeles County is facing a graduation crisis. In this issue, you’ll learn the extent of this crisis and how donors are joining forces to end it through the Los Angeles Scholars Investment Fund.

California Community Foundation Awards $9.3 Million to Strengthen Los Angeles County

July 6, 2016    |    Press Release

LOS ANGELES – July 6, 2016 – The California Community Foundation (CCF) has awarded $9,393,600 through 112 grants to Los Angeles County nonprofit organizations working to address the needs of our region. This quarter’s robust portfolio of grants reflects investments in major initiatives to create change that impacts the root causes of some our region’s […]

Statement from Los Angeles Foundations on SCOTUS’ 4-4 Tie in Decision on Expanded DACA and DAPA

June 23, 2016    |    Immigrant Integration, Press Release

Dreams for a better life – one out of the shadows with the promise of greater economic vitality for individuals and the region as a whole – were deferred today. The Supreme Court of the United States ruled 4-4 on the Obama Administration’s immigration executive actions that would have expanded Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals […]

Personalized philanthropy: fixing the flaw in your business model

June 14, 2016    |    Advisors, Philanthropy

by Steven L. Meyers, PhD.: There is a basic, but rarely acknowledged truth when it comes to gift planning: the deck is stacked against a financial advisor whose clients want to be philanthropic — especially during their lifetimes. Advisors implicitly have to set a balance between serving a client’s desire to be charitable and serving their own model of retaining assets under management. Is there a way to redress any imbalance that might result? I think so, and there’s a growing cadre of advisors, gift planners, and donors who agree.

Philanthropy and the tech entrepreneur: three smart ways to use your wealth for maximum social impact

June 14, 2016    |    Advisors, Philanthropy, Planned Giving

by Anthony Glomski: Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg’s pledge to give away $45 billion during his lifetime is the biggest in a growing movement among young tech entrepreneurs, many Millennials and Gen Xers, to use their wealth as a force for social good. Most want to start making a difference as soon as possible, and we have the opportunity to help them determine which of the many charitable giving options is right for them.

Advisor News – June 2016 – Creating a “safe zone” with family philanthropy

June 14, 2016    |    Advisors, Philanthropy, Planned Giving

by Bruce DeBoskey: Family philanthropy can be an important and safe area in which to commence a family conversation about money and values — creating new and effective rules of engagement that carry over into other family matters. Here’s how.

Advisor News – June 2016 – Helping Your Business Grow

June 14, 2016    |    Advisors, CCF, Philanthropy, Planned Giving

by William D. Strickland, J.D., C.S.P.G.: Your clients depend on your experience and expertise to preserve and grow assets and safeguard their legacies. But how do you maintain and grow your own book of business? You can achieve that goal by providing the competent and objective counsel your clients and prospects need to address all of their concerns and goals.

Advisor News – June 2016 – Welcome to the new CCF advisor newsletter.

June 14, 2016    |    Advisors, CCF, Philanthropy

by Antonia Hernández, President & CEO, California Community Foundation: For more than a century, the California Community Foundation (CCF) has partnered with professional advisors to produce the most favorable outcomes for their clients while producing the greatest possible charitable impact. Every day, we see the vital role advisors play in creating gifts that change the lives of people in Los Angeles and around the world.

CCF Advisor News – June 2016

June 14, 2016    |    Advisors, CCF, Philanthropy, Planned Giving

June 2016 Advisor Newsletter: CCF unveils the Planned Giving Design Center, Helping your business grow, Creating a “safe-zone” with family philanthropy, Philanthropy and the tech entrepreneur, Personalized philanthropy: fixing the flaw in your business model.

“Charitable Giving in Los Angeles Declines Considerably as Big Dollars Go Elsewhere”

June 8, 2016    |    Centennial, Los Angeles, Media Mention, Philanthropy

Nonprofit Quarterly

“The Generosity Gap: Why charitable giving is down in LA County”

June 8, 2016    |    Centennial, Los Angeles, Media Mention, Philanthropy

89.3 KPCC

“Not Enough Fish in the Sea? Los Angeles County Charitable Giving Down $1 Billion Since 2006”

June 8, 2016    |    Centennial, Los Angeles, Media Mention, Philanthropy, Planned Giving

By John E. Kobara for The Huffington Post

“L.A. residents giving significantly less to charity, study finds”

June 8, 2016    |    Centennial, Los Angeles, Media Mention, Philanthropy

Los Angeles Times

California Community Foundation to Increase Fellowship for Visual Artists Awards to $25,000

June 8, 2016    |    Arts, Fellowship for Visual Artists, Press Release

Additional updates to long-standing fellowship aim to better serve L.A. County artists LOS ANGELES – June 8, 2016 – The California Community Foundation (CCF) announces several updates to its Fellowship for Visual Artists (FVA) to better serve the needs of L.A. County’s artistic community, including increasing the fellowship award to $25,000 regardless of career level. […]

LASIF Data: 2013-15

June 7, 2016    |    CCF, Education Pipeline, LASIF

Launched in 2012, the Los Angeles Scholars Investment Fund seeks to increase the number of low-income Los Angeles County youth who complete college. Part high-performing mutual fund, part innovation incubator, LASIF partners with nonprofit organizations to provide scholarships and services that get students to and through college. The data in this document reflect the impact […]

LASIF Partners: 2016-17

June 7, 2016    |    CCF, Education Pipeline, LASIF

The California Community Foundation supports a diverse portfolio of high-impact college access and success organizations serving low-income students in Los Angeles County. Each year, these nonprofit partners collectively help tens of thousands of students get to and through college, graduating at rates far higher than local or national averages. These organizations contribute to the cohort […]

Los Angeles Scholars Investment Fund (LASIF): More than a Scholarship

June 7, 2016    |    CCF, Education Pipeline, LASIF

Launched in 2012, the Los Angeles Scholars Investment Fund (LASIF) is increasing the number of low-income L.A. County youth who achieve their dream of a college degree. By combining need-based scholarships with intensive services before and during college, LASIF addresses the multifaceted financial, academic and personal barriers that have led to a college completion crisis […]

The Generosity Gap: Donating Less in Post-Recession Los Angeles County

June 3, 2016    |    Donors, Los Angeles, Nonprofit Sustainability, Philanthropy

The “Great Recession” may be over, but L.A. need is rising, the organizations we count on to address our most pressing issues are overstretched and the charitable giving that sustains them is on the decline. “The Generosity Gap: Donating Less in Post-Recession Los Angeles County,” a first-of-its-kind study from the UCLA Luskin School of Public […]

Charitable Giving in L.A. County Down $1 Billion Since 2006

June 3, 2016    |    Centennial, Los Angeles, Nonprofit Sustainability, Philanthropy, Press Release, Research

New study finds decline in giving amid urgent and rising need in Los Angeles. LOS ANGELES – June 3, 2016 – A study commissioned by the California Community Foundation (CCF), and conducted by the UCLA Luskin School of Public Affairs, finds that local giving is on a decline, with Los Angeles County residents declaring $7.16 […]

CCF Fellowship for Visual Artists 2016 Application Guidelines & Eligibility

June 2, 2016    |    Fact Sheet, Fellowship for Visual Artists

CCF Fellowship for Visual Artists 2016 Application Guidelines & Eligibility

CCF Fellowship for Visual Artists Frequently Asked Questions

June 2, 2016    |    Arts, Fact Sheet, Fellowship for Visual Artists

CCF Fellowship for Visual Artists Frequently Asked Questions

California Community Foundation Selected by Citi Foundation’s Community Progress Makers Fund Grant Program to Accelerate Economic Opportunity

May 18, 2016    |    Press Release, Youth Empowerment

CCF Joins Leading Nonprofit Organizations Across the United States to Address Urban Challenges  LOS ANGELES – MAY 18, 2016 – The California Community Foundation (CCF) announced today that it has been selected as a recipient of the Community Progress Makers Fund, a $500,000 grant over the course of two years to continue the foundation’s work in […]

Protegete Citizenship Campaign Information

May 16, 2016    |    Brochure, Civic Engagement, Immigrant Integration

Citizenship Campaign One Pager

“Funders and Government Team Up in L.A.’s Latest Run At Homelessness”

May 12, 2016    |    Housing and Economic Opportunity, Media Mention

Inside Philanthropy Tags: homeless, homelessness, housing, housing & economic opportunity

“Three Foundations Launch $16 Million Los Angeles Housing Plan”

May 12, 2016    |    Housing and Economic Opportunity, Media Mention

Philanthropy News Digest Tags: Conrad N. Hilton Foundation, homeless, homelessness, housing, housing & economic opportunity, Weingart Foundation

Statement from Mayor Garcetti: Philanthropic Contribution Will Help Advance L.A.’s Housing Solutions for the Homeless

May 10, 2016    |    Housing and Economic Opportunity, Press Release

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE May 10, 2016 The Mayor applauded today’s announcement from the California Community Foundation (CCF), Conrad N. Hilton Foundation, and Weingart Foundation to provide $16 million in loans and grants to accelerate the production of permanent supportive housing for the homeless in the City of Los Angeles. This contribution will leverage the Mayor’s […]

Local Foundations Partner to Provide $16 Million for Housing Plan to Help Combat Homelessness in Los Angeles

May 10, 2016    |    Housing and Economic Opportunity, Los Angeles, Philanthropy, Press Release

The California Community Foundation (CCF), Conrad N. Hilton Foundation and Weingart Foundation are partnering to provide $16 million in loans and grants to increase permanent housing solutions for our most vulnerable homeless neighbors.

“Why trauma-informed care is needed in Los Angeles County”

May 6, 2016    |    Health, Media Mention

Los Angeles Daily News Tags: health, trauma-informed care

International Grantmaking

April 27, 2016    |    CCF Publication, Donors, Fact Sheet, Philanthropy

“A One-Stop Genius Bar for U.S. Citizenship”

April 21, 2016    |    Civic Engagement, Immigrant Integration, Los Angeles, Media Mention

By John E. Kobara for The Huffington Post  Tags: citizenship, civic engagement

Unprecedented Campaign Promoting Benefits of U.S. Citizenship Targets Asian Immigrants, Nation’s Fastest Growing Immigrant Population

April 6, 2016    |    Civic Engagement, Immigrant Integration, Los Angeles, Press Release

Over 300,000 Asian Immigrants in L.A. County Currently Eligible to Naturalize and Become a U.S. Citizen Eligible immigrants strongly urged to take the first step now to have a chance of becoming a U.S. citizen before November election LOS ANGELES – Asian Americans Advancing Justice-Los Angeles (Advancing Justice-LA), in close partnership with community-based organizations and […]

California Community Foundation Awards $5.8 Million to Strengthen Los Angeles County

April 5, 2016    |    CCF, Philanthropy, Press Release

LOS ANGELES – April 5, 2016 – The California Community Foundation (CCF) has awarded $5,880,196 through 44 grants to Los Angeles County nonprofit organizations working to address the needs of our region. Grants this quarter include support for the Los Angeles Scholars Investment Fund (LASIF). Launched in 2012, LASIF goes beyond scholarships to help L.A. […]

CCF News: Unsung Heroes spotlight on Mollie Lowery

March 25, 2016    |    CCF Publication, Centennial, Housing and Economic Opportunity, Newsletter

CCF News: Donor spotlight on Robert and Barbara Klein

March 25, 2016    |    CCF Publication, Donors, Housing and Economic Opportunity

CCF News: Housing works

March 25, 2016    |    CCF Publication, Housing and Economic Opportunity, Newsletter

CCF News: Help us tackle L.A.’s homelessness epidemic

March 25, 2016    |    CCF, CCF Publication, Donors, Housing and Economic Opportunity, Newsletter

By Antonia Hernández

CCF News: Winter 2016

March 25, 2016    |    CCF, CCF Publication, Centennial Legacy Campaign, Housing and Economic Opportunity, Los Angeles, Newsletter, Philanthropy

Tackling L.A.’s homelessness epidemic, Housing works, Donor Spotlight on Robert and Barbara Klein, Unsung Hero Spotlight on Mollie Lowery

Centennial Legacy Campaign Frequently Asked Questions

March 25, 2016    |    Centennial Legacy Campaign, Donors, Fact Sheet, Philanthropy

California Community Foundation Press Kit

March 21, 2016    |    Fact Sheet

“Photography exhibit honors ‘unsung heroes’ of LA County”

March 21, 2016    |    Centennial, Media Mention

Los Angeles Daily News

“An ‘unsung hero’ by the sea”

March 16, 2016    |    Centennial, Media Mention

Santa Monica Daily Press

“Creators of Helpguide.org honored in photo exhibit of ‘unsung heroes’”

March 16, 2016    |    Centennial, Media Mention

Santa Monica Daily Press

“California Community Foundation Recognizes 5 South L.A. Heroes”

March 16, 2016    |    Centennial, Media Mention

USC Annenberg Media – Intersections South L.A.

“Portraits of Compassion: Celebrating ordinary people doing extraordinary things”

March 16, 2016    |    Centennial, Media Mention

89.3 KPCC

“An angel turned ‘hero'”

March 16, 2016    |    Centennial, Media Mention

Santa Monica Daily Press

Portraits of Compassion Photography Exhibit Showcases Unsung Heroes of Los Angeles County

March 6, 2016    |    Centennial, Philanthropy, Press Release

LOS ANGELES – March 6, 2016 – We are pleased to announce the opening of a photography exhibit that elevates incredible stories of significant – yet unrecognized – contributions  across Los Angeles County and demonstrates how everyday individuals are creating social change. Portraits of Compassion showcases 30 “Unsung Heroes” of Los Angeles County who are […]

Employee-Sponsored Relief Funds Webinar

February 19, 2016    |    CCF, Philanthropy, Video

Employer-Sponsored Relief Funds are established at public charities like the California Community Foundation for the purpose of providing one-time grants to employees and their family members who are victims of a qualified disaster or emergency hardship.

The Arts in Early Childhood: Social and Emotional Benefits of Arts Participation: A Literature Review and Gap-Analysis (2000-2015)

February 2, 2016    |    Arts, Early Childhood, Education Pipeline, Research

By Melissa Menzer, PhD, Office of Research & Analysis, National Endowment for the Arts

Who Should Pay for the Arts in America?

February 2, 2016    |    Arts

By Andy Horowitz, The Atlantic: The current state of the arts in this country is a microcosm of the state of the nation. Large, mainstream arts institutions, founded to serve the public good and assigned non-profit status to do so, have come to resemble exclusive country clubs. Meanwhile, outside their walls, a dynamic new generation […]

CCF Sample Letter of Intent

January 28, 2016    |    CCF, Form

Building Cash Reserves in Arts Organizations

January 15, 2016    |    Arts, Impact Report

CCF vs. Private Foundation

January 8, 2016    |    Advisors, Donors, Fact Sheet

Preparing Achievers for Tomorrow (PAT) 2016 Grant Guidelines

December 22, 2015    |    Guide, Preparing Achievers for Tomorrow, Youth Empowerment

“Vigilant Philanthropy”

December 22, 2015    |    Civic Engagement, Immigrant Integration, Los Angeles, Media Mention, Philanthropy

By John E. Kobara for The Huffington Post

Charitable Asset Management Partnership (ChAMP) Brochure

December 17, 2015    |    Advisors, Brochure, CCF Publication, Donors, Fact Sheet

Terminating a Private Foundation Fact Sheet

December 16, 2015    |    Advisors, CCF Publication, Donors, Fact Sheet

Giving Complex Assets: Real Estate Fact Sheet

December 16, 2015    |    Advisors, CCF Publication, Donors, Fact Sheet

Partnering with CCF Fact Sheet

December 16, 2015    |    Advisors, CCF Publication, Donors, Fact Sheet

Entertainment Industry Services Fact Sheet

December 16, 2015    |    Advisors, CCF Publication, Donors, Fact Sheet

Giving Complex Assets: Overview Fact Sheet

December 16, 2015    |    Advisors, CCF Publication, Donors, Fact Sheet

Giving Complex Assets: Closely-Held Stock Fact Sheet

December 16, 2015    |    Advisors, CCF Publication, Donors, Fact Sheet

Anonymous Giving Fact Sheet

December 16, 2015    |    Advisors, CCF Publication, Donors, Fact Sheet

Online Giving Pages Fact Sheet

December 15, 2015    |    Advisors, CCF Publication, Donors, Fact Sheet

Nonprofit Research Fact Sheet

December 15, 2015    |    Advisors, CCF Publication, Donors, Fact Sheet

Fundraising Fact Sheet

December 15, 2015    |    Advisors, CCF Publication, Donors, Fact Sheet

California Community Foundation Awards $7.8 Million to Strengthen Los Angeles County

December 15, 2015    |    CCF Publication, Philanthropy, Press Release

LOS ANGELES – December 15, 2015 – The California Community Foundation (CCF) has awarded $7,845,063 through 67 grants to Los Angeles County organizations working to address the needs of our region. Grants this quarter reflect the foundation’s diverse priority areas in the arts, education, housing and economic opportunity, nonprofit sustainability, smart growth and youth empowerment, […]

Centennial Legacy Campaign Brochure

December 14, 2015    |    Advisors, Brochure, CCF Publication, Centennial Legacy Campaign, Donors, Planned Giving

Legacy Society Fact Sheet

December 14, 2015    |    Advisors, CCF Publication, Donors, Fact Sheet, Planned Giving

Charitable Asset Management Partnership (ChAMP) Brochure

December 14, 2015    |    Advisors, Brochure, CCF Publication, Donors, Fact Sheet

Gifts of Real Estate Fact Sheet

December 14, 2015    |    Advisors, CCF Publication, Donors, Fact Sheet

Centennial Legacy Campaign Fact Sheet

December 14, 2015    |    Advisors, CCF Publication, Centennial Legacy Campaign, Donors, Fact Sheet, Planned Giving

Complex Assets Overview

December 14, 2015    |    Advisors, CCF Publication, Donors, Fact Sheet

Private Foundation Services

December 14, 2015    |    CCF Publication, Fact Sheet

Anonymous Giving Fact Sheet

December 14, 2015    |    Advisors, CCF Publication, Donors, Fact Sheet

Nonprofit Research Fact Sheet

December 14, 2015    |    Advisors, CCF Publication, Donors, Fact Sheet

Setting Up a Private Foundation Alternative Fund

December 14, 2015    |    Advisors, CCF Publication, Donors, Fact Sheet

Restricted Scholarship Fund Fact Sheet

December 14, 2015    |    CCF Publication, Fact Sheet

Restricted Fund Fact Sheet

December 14, 2015    |    Advisors, CCF Publication, Donors, Fact Sheet

Private Foundation Alternative Fund Fact Sheet

December 14, 2015    |    Advisors, CCF Publication, Donors, Fact Sheet

Philanthropic Consultation Fact Sheet

December 14, 2015    |    Advisors, CCF Publication, Donors, Fact Sheet

Meet CCF’s Development and Donor Relations Team

December 14, 2015    |    CCF Publication, Fact Sheet

Meet CCF’s Leadership

December 14, 2015    |    Advisors, CCF Publication, Donors, Fact Sheet

CCF Investment Pools Fact Sheet

December 14, 2015    |    Advisors, CCF Publication, Donors, Fact Sheet

How to Make a Grant

December 14, 2015    |    CCF Publication, Fact Sheet

Future of Los Angeles Fund Fact Sheet

December 14, 2015    |    CCF Publication, Fact Sheet

Field of Interest Fund Fact Sheet

December 14, 2015    |    Advisors, CCF Publication, Donors, Fact Sheet

Family Philanthropy Fact Sheet

December 14, 2015    |    Advisors, CCF Publication, Donors, Fact Sheet

Due Diligence Fact Sheet

December 14, 2015    |    Advisors, CCF Publication, Donors, Fact Sheet

DonorConnect Fact Sheet

December 14, 2015    |    Advisors, CCF Publication, Donors, Fact Sheet

Discretionary Scholarship Fund Fact Sheet

December 14, 2015    |    Advisors, CCF Publication, Donors, Fact Sheet

Donor Advised Fund vs. Private Foundation Alternative Fund

December 14, 2015    |    Advisors, CCF Publication, Donors, Fact Sheet

Corporate Foundation Fact Sheet

December 14, 2015    |    Advisors, CCF Publication, Donors, Fact Sheet

Committee Advised Scholarship Fact Fund Sheet

December 14, 2015    |    Advisors, CCF Publication, Donors, Fact Sheet

Charitable Remainder Trust Fact Sheet

December 14, 2015    |    Advisors, CCF Publication, Donors, Fact Sheet

Charitable Lead Trust Fact Sheet

December 14, 2015    |    Advisors, CCF Publication, Donors, Fact Sheet

Charitable Gift Annuity Fact Sheet

December 14, 2015    |    Advisors, CCF Publication, Donors, Fact Sheet

Meet President & CEO Antonia Hernández

December 14, 2015    |    Advisors, CCF Publication, Donors, Fact Sheet

Agency Fund Fact Sheet

December 14, 2015    |    Advisors, CCF Publication, Donors, Fact Sheet

About CCF Fact Sheet

December 14, 2015    |    Advisors, CCF Publication, Donors, Fact Sheet

Donor Advised Fund Fact Sheet

December 14, 2015    |    Advisors, CCF Publication, Donors, Fact Sheet

Supporting Early Care and Education in Los Angeles County

December 11, 2015    |    CCF Publication, Early Childhood, Education Pipeline, Fact Sheet

CCF Driving and Parking Directions

December 9, 2015    |    CCF, Guide

Contribution Instructions: Electronic Transfer of Stocks and Bonds

December 9, 2015    |    CCF, Donors, Guide, Philanthropy

Administrative Fee Schedule

December 9, 2015    |    CCF, CCF Publication, Donors, Fact Sheet

Joan Palevsky Center Facility Details

December 9, 2015    |    CCF, Guide

Joan Palevsky Center Driving Directions

December 9, 2015    |    CCF, Guide

CCF Audited Financial Statements FYE 6/30/15

December 9, 2015    |    CCF, Financials, Legal Document

2016 Year-End Giving Guide

December 9, 2015    |    CCF Publication, Donors, Fact Sheet, Philanthropy

Whistleblower Policy

December 8, 2015    |    Governance, Legal Document

Instrument of Gift: Restricted Fund

December 8, 2015    |    Advisors, Donors, Form, Legal Document

Instrument of Gift: Fiscal Sponsorship Fund – Multiple Donors

December 8, 2015    |    Advisors, Donors, Form, Legal Document

Instrument of Gift: Fiscal Sponsorship Fund – Single Donor

December 8, 2015    |    Advisors, Donors, Form, Legal Document

Instrument of Gift: Fiscal Sponsorship Fund: Single Member

December 8, 2015    |    Advisors, Donors, Form, Legal Document

Instrument of Gift: Field of Interest Fund

December 8, 2015    |    Advisors, Donors, Form, Legal Document

Instrument of Gift: Committee Advised Scholarship

December 8, 2015    |    Advisors, Donors, Form, Legal Document

Instrument of Gift: Discretionary Scholarship Fund

December 8, 2015    |    Advisors, Donors, Form, Legal Document

Instrument of Gift: Agency Non-Endowed Fund

December 8, 2015    |    Advisors, Donors, Form, Legal Document

Year-three Evaluation of the California Community Foundation’s BLOOM Initiative

December 4, 2015    |    BLOOM, CCF Publication, Evaluation Report

Instrument of Gift – Donor Advised Fund (Multiple Donors)

December 4, 2015    |    Advisors, Donors, Form, Legal Document

Instrument of Gift – Donor Advised Fund

December 4, 2015    |    Advisors, Donors, Form, Legal Document

Instrument of Gift – Agency Quasi-Endowed Form

December 4, 2015    |    Advisors, Donors, Form, Legal Document

Instrument of Gift – Agency Endowed Form

December 4, 2015    |    Advisors, Donors, Form, Legal Document

Grant Recommendation Form

December 3, 2015    |    Advisors, Donors, Form

Equity and Inclusion Policy

December 3, 2015    |    CCF, Legal Document

Donor Advised Fund Application

December 3, 2015    |    Advisors, Donors, Form

Contribution Instructions: Public Security Certificates, Stocks and Bonds

December 3, 2015    |    Advisors, Donors, Guide

Conflict of Interest Policy

December 3, 2015    |    CCF, Governance, Legal Document

Charitable Fund Guidelines

December 3, 2015    |    Advisors, CCF, Donors, Guide

CCF Bylaws

December 3, 2015    |    CCF, Governance, Legal Document

Bequest Language: Unrestricted Fund, Trust

December 3, 2015    |    Advisors, Donors, Legal Document

Bequest Language: Unrestricted Fund, Will

December 3, 2015    |    Advisors, Donors, Legal Document

Bequest Language: Scholarship Fund, Will

December 3, 2015    |    Advisors, Donors, Legal Document

Bequest Language: Scholarship Fund, Trust

December 3, 2015    |    Advisors, Donors, Legal Document

Bequest Language: Field of Interest Fund, Trust

December 3, 2015    |    Advisors, Donors, Legal Document

Bequest Language: Restricted Fund, Trust

December 3, 2015    |    Advisors, Donors, Legal Document

Bequest Language: Restricted Fund, Will

December 3, 2015    |    Advisors, Donors, Legal Document

CCF News: Start your giving season by getting involved

November 28, 2015    |    CCF, CCF Publication, Donors, Newsletter

By Antonia Hernández

CCF News: Los Angeles Scholars Investment Fund

November 28, 2015    |    CCF, CCF Publication, Donors, Education Pipeline, LASIF, Newsletter

CCF News: Pass it Along Fund

November 28, 2015    |    CCF, CCF Publication, Donors, Housing and Economic Opportunity, Newsletter

CCF News: Home L.A. Fund

November 28, 2015    |    CCF, CCF Publication, Donors, Housing and Economic Opportunity, Newsletter

CCF News: New Americans Opportunity Fund

November 28, 2015    |    CCF, CCF Publication, Donors, Immigrant Integration, Newsletter

CCF News: Fall 2015

November 25, 2015    |    CCF, CCF Publication, Donors, Housing and Economic Opportunity, Immigrant Integration, LASIF, Newsletter, Philanthropy

Volunteering through L.A. Works, Giving Tuesday, LASIF, New Americans Opportunity Fund, Pass it Along Fund, Home L.A. Fund, Year End Giving Guide.

“Exercise Your Philanthropic Brain”

November 24, 2015    |    Media Mention, Philanthropy

By John E. Kobara for The Huffington Post

“Community Foundations Help Prop Up Labor Force”

November 23, 2015    |    Media Mention, Philanthropy

By Antonia Hernández for the Los Angeles Business Journal

“Latinas Pave the Way for Success Through Philanthropy”

November 19, 2015    |    Media Mention, Philanthropy

Latina Style

“Nonprofit is formed to advance charter-school plan in Los Angeles area”

November 18, 2015    |    Education Pipeline, Media Mention

Los Angeles Times

“Charter school supporters raise concerns about impact on LAUSD”

November 18, 2015    |    Education Pipeline, Media Mention

89.3 KPCC

“Understanding the Real Cost of Nonprofit Work”

November 17, 2015    |    Media Mention, Nonprofit Sustainability

By John E. Kobara for The Huffington Post

Unprecedented Citizenship Campaign ¡Protégete!…¡Ciudadanía Ya! Launches

November 10, 2015    |    Civic Engagement, Immigrant Integration, Press Release

Major L.A. immigrant rights organizations, leading Spanish-language media and the City and County have joined forces today to promote citizenship.

California Community Foundation Names Paul Schulz Vice President of Development & Donor Relations

November 9, 2015    |    Advisors, CCF, Donors, Press Release

CCF has named former Red Cross Los Angeles CEO Paul Schulz as vice president of development and donor relations.

“Brain Trust”

November 2, 2015    |    Media Mention, Philanthropy

Hispanic Executive

CCF 2015 Financial Report

November 1, 2015    |    Annual Report, CCF, CCF Publication, Financials

CCF 2015 Annual Report

November 1, 2015    |    Annual Report, CCF, CCF Publication

California Community Foundation Awards More than $2 Million to Improve Quality of Life in Los Angeles County

October 29, 2015    |    Los Angeles, Philanthropy, Press Release

CCF has awarded $2,127,000 through 22 grants to Los Angeles County nonprofit organizations working to address the wide-ranging needs of our region.

“Beyond the Dollar Sign: Redefining Community Philanthropy”

October 23, 2015    |    Centennial, Media Mention, Philanthropy

By Antonia Hernández for the Council on Foundations

“The 2015 Philanthropy 100”

October 16, 2015    |    Media Mention, Philanthropy

C-Suite Quarterly

“California Community Foundation pledges $1 billion to local cities”

October 15, 2015    |    Centennial, Media Mention, Philanthropy

Our Weekly

“L.A. Poll Reveals Many Black Angelenos Distrust Government”

October 14, 2015    |    Centennial, Civic Engagement, Media Mention

California Black Media

“The California Community Foundation Is Dropping $1 Billion on L.A. County Nonprofits”

October 9, 2015    |    Centennial, Media Mention, Philanthropy

Los Angeles Magazine

“California Community Foundation giving $1 billion to LA County nonprofits”

October 8, 2015    |    Centennial, Media Mention, Philanthropy

Los Angeles Daily News

“Finding Our Common Ground in Los Angeles”

October 8, 2015    |    Centennial, Media Mention, Philanthropy

By John E. Kobara for The Huffington Post

“Calif. Foundation Pledges $1 Billion to L.A.-Area Nonprofits”

October 8, 2015    |    Centennial, Media Mention, Philanthropy

Chronicle of Philanthropy

“California Community Foundation pledges $1 billion to L.A. County nonprofits”

October 8, 2015    |    Centennial, Media Mention, Philanthropy

Los Angeles Times

“Foundation pledges $1 billion to LA County nonprofits”

October 8, 2015    |    Centennial, Media Mention, Philanthropy

Associated Press

“Invertirán $1,000 millones en proyectos sociales en el condado de LA”

October 8, 2015    |    Centennial, Media Mention, Philanthropy

La Opinión

California Community Foundation Announces $1 Billion Commitment to L.A. County Nonprofits at 100th Anniversary Town Hall Commemoration

October 8, 2015    |    Centennial, Philanthropy, Press Release

CCF today announces a $1 billion funding commitment to Los Angeles County nonprofit organizations over the next 10 years…

Transform Your Vision Into Impact: CCF Donor Brochure

October 8, 2015    |    Advisors, Brochure, CCF, CCF Publication, Donors

“Poll finds L.A. County residents want to be more involved in their community but don’t have time”

October 7, 2015    |    Centennial, Media Mention

Los Angeles Times

“San Fernando Valley residents more pessimistic than South Bay, San Gabriel Valley residents”

October 7, 2015    |    Centennial, Media Mention

Los Angeles Daily News

“Vision Poll” Reveals L.A. County Residents Want to Give Back but Need Direction

October 7, 2015    |    Centennial, Civic Engagement, Philanthropy, Press Release

Despite a strong desire to be active in their communities, many L.A. County residents are not involved because they don’t know what they can do…

2015 Fellowship for Visual Artists Annual

September 30, 2015    |    Advisors, Arts, Brochure, CCF Publication, Fellowship for Visual Artists

“Politics at the Local Level Pointless? That’s What Many Californians Think”

September 12, 2015    |    Civic Engagement, Media Mention

Los Angeles Times

“Facilitating Mergers and Acquisitions for Nonprofits”

September 9, 2015    |    Media Mention, Nonprofit Sustainability

By John E. Kobara for The Huffington Post

“The California Community Foundation: Our Partners in Change”

August 19, 2015    |    Media Mention, Philanthropy

Center for Nonprofit Management

“27 Foundation Executives Call for President Obama to ‘Ban the Box'”

August 14, 2015    |    Media Mention

Nonprofit Quarterly

California Community Foundation Announces $385,000 for 22 Visual Artist Fellowships

July 16, 2015    |    Fellowship for Visual Artists, Press Release

CCF has named 22 emerging and mid-career Los Angeles County artists as recipients of the CCF Fellowship for Visual Artists (FVA)…

“The New Normal: Mega Donors and Fewer Recipients”

July 8, 2015    |    Media Mention, Philanthropy

By John E. Kobara for The Huffington Post

“Claremont Community Foundation joins statewide foundation”

July 1, 2015    |    Media Mention, Philanthropy

Claremont Courier

BLOOM (Building a Lifetime of Options and Opportunities for Men) Fact Sheet

July 1, 2015    |    BLOOM, CCF Publication, Fact Sheet, Youth Empowerment

Tom Unterman Named Chair of the California Community Foundation Board of Directors

July 1, 2015    |    CCF, Press Release

Los Angeles business leader Tom Unterman has been named the new chair of the California Community Foundation’s Board of Directors for a two-year term, effective today.

BLOOM 2015 Impact Report

June 30, 2015    |    BLOOM, CCF Publication, Impact Report

California Community Foundation Awards Nearly $9 Million to Advance Greater Prosperity and Opportunity Across L.A. County

June 11, 2015    |    Los Angeles, Philanthropy, Press Release

CCF has awarded $8,897,722 through 94 grants to Los Angeles County nonprofit organizations working to address the wide-ranging needs of our region.

“San Pedro High School sophomore snags $20,000 Warren Christopher Scholarship”

June 7, 2015    |    Donors, Education Pipeline, Media Mention

Daily Breeze

“Ending the Education Drought in California”

May 28, 2015    |    Education Pipeline, LASIF, Media Mention

By John E. Kobara for The Huffington Post

“Together we must take action to end homelessness”

May 28, 2015    |    Housing and Economic Opportunity, Media Mention

By Antonia Hernández for the Los Angeles Daily News

“Program helps troubled, rejected youths make positive connections”

May 2, 2015    |    BLOOM, Media Mention, Youth Empowerment

Los Angeles Times

“Making L.A. a More Equitable Place, Together”

April 27, 2015    |    Housing and Economic Opportunity, Media Mention, Smart Growth

By John E. Kobara for The Huffington Post

“Funding for Black Male Achievement Increasing, Report Finds”

April 14, 2015    |    BLOOM, Media Mention, Philanthropy, Youth Empowerment

Philanthropy News Digest

“AAPI community organizations make push for immigrants to apply for DACA”

April 10, 2015    |    Civic Engagement, Immigrant Integration, Media Mention

Asian Journal

“L.A. Moves to Include Affordable Housing in its Public Transit Planning”

April 8, 2015    |    Housing and Economic Opportunity, Media Mention, Smart Growth

Q&A with Ann Sewill for the Council on Foundations

California Community Foundation Awards $4.4 Million to Advance Greater Equity and Opportunity Across L.A. County

April 2, 2015    |    CCF, Philanthropy, Press Release

CCF has awarded $4,422,880 in the first quarter of 2015 to Los Angeles County nonprofit organizations to address the wide-ranging needs of our region.

“American Muslims and Philanthropy”

March 31, 2015    |    Civic Engagement, Immigrant Integration, Media Mention, Philanthropy

By John E. Kobara for The Huffington Post

“Q&A with Nike Irvin”

March 31, 2015    |    CCF, Media Mention, Philanthropy

Philanthropy Hour

“Power Play in LA”

March 29, 2015    |    Media Mention, Philanthropy

Chronicle of Philanthropy

Local, State and National Funders Partner to Provide Nearly $850K in Funding to Address Humanitarian Needs of Refugee Youth

March 26, 2015    |    Immigrant Integration, Philanthropy, Press Release

CCF has partnered to raise $847,255 for nonprofit organizations on the front lines of caring for refugee youth in Los Angeles County.

“El Monte is a Shining Light for Education”

March 12, 2015    |    Community Building Initiative, Media Mention

KCET Online

“SMIRF’s Up in LA”

February 24, 2015    |    Media Mention, Philanthropy

By John E. Kobara for The Huffington Post

“City of LA Turning to Philanthropy to Help Undocumented Immigrants Stay”

February 15, 2015    |    Immigrant Integration, Media Mention, Philanthropy

Inside Philanthropy

“L.A. officials pledge to help raise funds for immigration relief efforts”

January 30, 2015    |    Immigrant Integration, Media Mention

Los Angeles Times

“Summit Roadmap will ‘amplify collective impact across California'”

January 29, 2015    |    Housing and Economic Opportunity, Media Mention

By Antonia Hernández for California Economic Summit

California Community Foundation Names Efrain Escobedo as Vice President of Civic Engagement and Public Policy

January 28, 2015    |    CCF, Civic Engagement, Immigrant Integration, Press Release

CCF announces a significant addition to its management team with the hiring of Efrain Escobedo as vice president of civic engagement and public policy.

“What’s Your Nonprofit Startup IQ?”

January 22, 2015    |    Media Mention, Nonprofit Sustainability

By John E. Kobara for The Huffington Post

Administrative Relief Fact Sheet

January 11, 2015    |    CCF Publication, Fact Sheet, Immigrant Integration

“Where Our Common Interest Meets Your Self Interest”

December 27, 2014    |    Media Mention, Nonprofit Sustainability, Philanthropy

By John E. Kobara for The Huffington Post

“An Ex-Gang Member On Curtailing South LA’s Recidivism Rate”

December 18, 2014    |    BLOOM, Media Mention, Youth Empowerment

Neon Tommy

“President’s Changes on Immigration Mobilize Nonprofits, Foundations”

December 16, 2014    |    Immigrant Integration, Media Mention, Philanthropy

Chronicle of Philanthropy

California Community Foundation Awards More Than $4 Million to Create Greater Equity, Opportunity and Prosperity Across L.A. County

December 16, 2014    |    CCF, Philanthropy, Press Release

Grants support arts, education, health care, housing and economic development, community building, citizenship, immigrant integration and scholarships LOS ANGELES – December 16, 2014 – California Community Foundation (CCF) has awarded $4,080,000 in grants to nonprofit organizations throughout Los Angeles County to address the wide-ranging needs of our region. CCF supports programs and initiatives through discretionary […]

Los Angeles Preschool Advocacy Initiative Fact Sheet

December 11, 2014    |    CCF Publication, Early Childhood, Education Pipeline, Fact Sheet

Preparing Achievers for Tomorrow Brochure

December 11, 2014    |    Brochure, CCF Publication, Preparing Achievers for Tomorrow, Youth Empowerment

CCF News: Fall 2014

December 9, 2014    |    CCF, CCF Publication, Donors, Grameen America, Housing and Economic Opportunity, Newsletter

Grameen America Los Angeles, Choosing Your Investment Pool, Year-End Giving

“Macro Impact Coming from Microloans in LA”

December 4, 2014    |    Grameen America, Housing and Economic Opportunity, Media Mention

By John E. Kobara for The Huffington Post

“Grameen Microloan Program Makes Major Push Into Los Angeles”

December 1, 2014    |    Grameen America, Housing and Economic Opportunity, Media Mention

Chronicle of Philanthropy

“Microcredit Expands for LA Entrepreneurs”

November 27, 2014    |    Grameen America, Housing and Economic Opportunity, Media Mention

89.3 KPCC

“Muhammad Yunus, father of microfinance, talks about L.A. loan program”

November 24, 2014    |    Grameen America, Housing and Economic Opportunity, Media Mention

Los Angeles Times

Groundbreaking Microfinance Model Aimed at Helping Women Who Live in Poverty Launches in Los Angeles

November 23, 2014    |    Grameen America, Housing and Economic Opportunity, Press Release

California Community Foundation partners with Grameen America to kick off initiative. LOS ANGELES, CA – November 23, 2014 – Bertha always had an entrepreneurial spirit. But with no credit history or collateral, she was unable to access a traditional bank loan that would allow her to fulfill her dream of expanding her family bakery in […]

“Prop. 47 will keep youths on right path”

November 13, 2014    |    Media Mention

Sacramento Bee

CCF 2014 Financial Report

November 1, 2014    |    Annual Report, CCF, CCF Publication, Financials

CCF 2014 Annual Report

November 1, 2014    |    Annual Report, CCF, CCF Publication

CCF Audited Financial Statements FYE 6/30/14

November 1, 2014    |    CCF, Financials, Legal Document

Grameen America Los Angeles

November 1, 2014    |    Brochure, CCF Publication, Grameen America, Housing and Economic Opportunity

“More Housing, Less Sprawl: Tackling Los Angeles’ Affordable Housing Crisis through Smart Growth”

October 31, 2014    |    Media Mention, Smart Growth

Streetsblog LA

California Community Foundation Awards $3.2 Million to Create Greater Equity, Opportunity and Prosperity Across L.A. County

October 29, 2014    |    CCF, Philanthropy, Press Release

Grants support arts, education, health care, housing and economic development, community building, citizenship, immigrant integration and scholarships LOS ANGELES – October 29, 2014 – California Community Foundation (CCF) has awarded $3,275,432 in grants to nonprofit organizations throughout Los Angeles County. CCF supports programs and initiatives that address the strategic and wide-ranging needs of Los Angeles’ […]

Increasing Graduation Rates in L.A. County – LASIF 2014 Progress Report

September 1, 2014    |    CCF Publication, Education Pipeline, Impact Report, LASIF

“Southern California Philanthropies Respond to Migrant Children Crisis”

August 27, 2014    |    Immigrant Integration, Media Mention

The Chronicle of Social Change

“How Philanthropy Can Help Unaccompanied Child Refugees Now”

August 19, 2014    |    Immigrant Integration, Media Mention, Philanthropy

Philanthropy News Digest

“L.A. groups form emergency relief fund to help immigrant children”

August 7, 2014    |    Immigrant Integration, Media Mention, Philanthropy

Los Angeles Times

Group of L.A. Foundations and Mayor Garcetti Announce Relief Fund for Unaccompanied Minors

August 7, 2014    |    Civic Engagement, Immigrant Integration, Philanthropy, Press Release

CCF has partnered to create a relief fund to assist nonprofits that are impacted by the refugee youth humanitarian crisis.

“What Happens Next for the Children Garcetti Vowed to Help”

July 24, 2014    |    Immigrant Integration, Media Mention

Los Angeles Magazine

California Community Foundation Awards a Record $415,000 for 24 Artist Fellowships

July 22, 2014    |    CCF, Fellowship for Visual Artists, Press Release

CCF announced the 24 recipients of its annual CCF Fellowship for Visual Artists – the largest number of grants to L.A. County artists in the program’s history.

FORM 990-T FYE 6/30/14

June 30, 2014    |    CCF, Financials, Legal Document

FORM 990 FYE 6/30/14

June 30, 2014    |    CCF, Financials, Legal Document

California Community Foundation Awards $11 Million to Create Greater Equity, Opportunity and Prosperity in Los Angeles County

June 19, 2014    |    CCF, Philanthropy, Press Release

CCF has awarded $11,158,036 in new grants to nonprofit organizations throughout Los Angeles County.

CCF News: Summer 2014

June 1, 2014    |    CCF, CCF Publication, Centennial Legacy Campaign, Donors, Newsletter, Philanthropy, Planned Giving

Cynthia Watts and Vision to Learn, Protecting Donor Intent, Centennial Legacy Spotlight: Michael Freehling & Farida Fotouhi

Summer Youth Fund 2013 Impact Report

May 1, 2014    |    CCF Publication, Impact Report, Youth Empowerment

Pass It Along LA Day 2014 Launched to Inspire Local Charitable Giving

April 17, 2014    |    Philanthropy, Press Release

CCF is proud to announce Pass It Along LA Day, an exciting online giving event that will inspire Angelenos to support a unique fund that helps individuals facing a moment of crisis.

California Community Foundation Awards $1.47 Million to L.A. County Nonprofits

April 2, 2014    |    CCF, Philanthropy, Press Release

CCF has awarded $1,470,000 in new grants to nonprofit organizations throughout Los Angeles County.

“El Monte Students Promised Money for College”

March 14, 2014    |    Community Building Initiative, Media Mention

San Gabriel Valley Tribune

CCF News: Spring 2014

March 1, 2014    |    CCF, CCF Publication, Centennial Legacy Campaign, Donors, Fellowship for Visual Artists, Newsletter, Philanthropy, Planned Giving

Fellowship for Visual Artists, Giving Gifts of Art, Centennial Legacy Spotlight: George Manet

National Funder Invests In Multi-Million Dollar Initiative to Improve College Success in Los Angeles

February 21, 2014    |    Education Pipeline, LASIF, Philanthropy, Press Release

The Kresge Foundation has contributed $1 million to CCF to help low-income Los Angeles students get to and through college.

California Community Foundation Awards $3.5 Million to L.A. County Nonprofits

December 17, 2013    |    CCF, Philanthropy, Press Release

CCF finished off 2013 with the announcement of $3,512,600 in grants to nonprofit organizations throughout Los Angeles County.

Los Angeles Equity Atlas

December 11, 2013    |    Brochure, CCF Publication, Los Angeles, Research, Smart Growth

Bequest Language: Field of Interest Fund, Will

November 6, 2013    |    Advisors, Donors, Legal Document

CCF 2013 Financial Report

November 1, 2013    |    Annual Report, CCF, CCF Publication, Financials

CCF 2013 Annual Report

November 1, 2013    |    Annual Report, CCF, CCF Publication

CCF Audited Financial Statements FYE 6/30/13

November 1, 2013    |    CCF, Financials, Legal Document

California Community Foundation Announces 23 L.A. Artist Fellowship Recipients

July 17, 2013    |    CCF, Fellowship for Visual Artists, Press Release

CCF has announced 23 mid-career and emerging visual artists living and working in Los Angeles as recipients of the CCF Fellowship for Visual Artists for 2013.

CCF News: Summer 2013

July 1, 2013    |    CCF, CCF Publication, Donors, Health, Newsletter, Philanthropy, Planned Giving

CCF & the Affordable Care Act, Legacy Spotlight: Stanley Dashew, Investing Donor Assets

FORM 990-T FYE 6/30/13

June 30, 2013    |    CCF, Financials, Legal Document

FORM 990 FYE 6/30/13

June 30, 2013    |    CCF, Financials, Legal Document

Community Foundation Announces $12.5 Million to L.A. County Nonprofits

June 21, 2013    |    CCF, Philanthropy, Press Release

CCF has announced $12,536,501 in new grants to nonprofit organizations throughout Los Angeles County.

Smart Growth Infographic

June 1, 2013    |    CCF Publication, Fact Sheet, Smart Growth

Summer Youth Fund 2012 Impact Report

May 1, 2013    |    CCF Publication, Impact Report, Youth Empowerment

CCF News: Spring 2013

April 1, 2013    |    Arts, CCF, CCF Publication, Donors, Newsletter, Philanthropy, Planned Giving, Smart Growth

Smart Growth, Donor Spotlight: Mort La Kretz, Fellowship for Visual Artists, Legacy Spotlight: Gloria Dell’Aqua Leiding

Dr. Cynthia A. Telles Named Chair of the California Community Foundation Board of Directors

January 9, 2013    |    CCF, Philanthropy, Press Release

CCF announced that UCLA School of Medicine clinic director Dr. Cynthia A. Telles has been named chair of the board of directors

CCF 2012 Financial Report

November 1, 2012    |    Annual Report, CCF, CCF Publication, Financials

CCF 2012 Annual Report

November 1, 2012    |    Annual Report, CCF, CCF Publication

CCF Audited Financial Statements FYE 6/30/12

November 1, 2012    |    CCF, Financials, Legal Document

Where do we go From Here? Philanthropic Support For Black Men and Boys

October 1, 2012    |    BLOOM, Research, Youth Empowerment

By Seema Shah Director and Grace Sato, The Foundation Center

CCF News: Fall 2012

October 1, 2012    |    CCF, CCF Publication, Donors, Grameen America, Newsletter, Philanthropy

Family Philanthropy, Focusing Philanthropy with Larry and Cathy Gibson, Grameen America, Giving Illiquid Assets

California Community Foundation Announces $1.7 Million Investment in Los Angeles Public Schools

July 20, 2012    |    CCF, Education Pipeline, Press Release

CCF has secured a $1.5 million investment from the Ford Foundation in extended learning time initiatives in up to 15 high schools…

CCF News: Summer 2012

July 1, 2012    |    CCF, CCF Publication, Newsletter, Philanthropy, Smart Growth

Matching Intent to Impact, Pass it Along, Donor Spotlight: Chandra Wilson, Grant Agreements, Turning Plans into Gifts, Smart Growth

Pass it Along 2012 Impact Report

July 1, 2012    |    CCF Publication, Housing and Economic Opportunity, Impact Report

FORM 990-T FYE 6/30/12

June 30, 2012    |    CCF, Financials, Legal Document

FORM 990 FYE 6/30/12

June 30, 2012    |    CCF, Financials, Legal Document

Los Angeles Scholars Investment Fund: Realizing the Promise of Education

June 1, 2012    |    Brochure, CCF Publication, Education Pipeline, LASIF

Looking Forward: Immigrant Contributions to the Golden State 2012

June 1, 2012    |    Immigrant Integration, Research

By California Immigrant Policy Center

Summer Youth Fund 2011 Impact Report

May 1, 2012    |    CCF Publication, Impact Report, Youth Empowerment

CCF News: Spring 2012

April 1, 2012    |    BLOOM, CCF, CCF Publication, Donors, Health, Housing and Economic Opportunity, Newsletter, Philanthropy, Planned Giving

Timeless Giving, Legacy Spotlight: Walter Holiday, Preventing Homelessness and Creating Healthy Homes, Donor Spotlight: Burt Belzer, Investing in Black Male Youth

CCF Advisor News: Spring 2012

April 1, 2012    |    Advisors, CCF, CCF Publication, Newsletter, Philanthropy, Planned Giving

The Advisor’s Role in Charitable Decision-Making, Giving After Liquidity Events, Making Estate Plans in Uncertain Times, Donor Intent

Stressed and Stretched: The Annual State of the Sector Report

January 1, 2012    |    Los Angeles, Nonprofit Sustainability, Research

By Zeke Hasenfeld, Hyeon Jong Kil, Mindy Chen, Bill Parent; Edited by Jocelyn Guihama, UCLA Luskin School of Public Affairs

CCF Advisor News: Winter 2012

January 1, 2012    |    Advisors, CCF, CCF Publication, Newsletter, Philanthropy

Transfer of Wealth in L.A., Advising the Entrepreneur, Enhancing Relationships with Corporate Clients

CCF News: Winter 2012

January 1, 2012    |    Arts, CCF, CCF Publication, Donors, Newsletter, Philanthropy, Planned Giving

Transfer of Wealth in L.A., Donor Profile: David Bohnett, Pass it Along Fund, Guide for Entrepreneurs and Business Owners, Pacific Standard Time: Art in L.A.

New Report Forecasts $1.4 Trillion to be Transferred Between Generations in Los Angeles by 2060

December 12, 2011    |    Advisors, Donors, Los Angeles, Press Release

A new report projects $114 billion will be transferred by 2020 between generations of people living and working in Los Angeles County…

The Future of Philanthropy in Los Angeles: Highlights

December 1, 2011    |    CCF Publication, Fact Sheet, Los Angeles, Philanthropy, Planned Giving, Research

Highlights from CCF’s 2011 study reveal the coming $1.3 trillion transfer of wealth in Los Angeles County and a tremendous opportunity to create a thriving nonprofit sector.

The Future of Philanthropy in Los Angeles: A Wealth of Opportunity

December 1, 2011    |    CCF Publication, Los Angeles, Philanthropy, Planned Giving, Research

CCF’s 2011 study reveals the coming $1.3 trillion transfer of wealth in Los Angeles County and a tremendous opportunity to create a thriving nonprofit sector.

CCF 2011 Financial Report

November 1, 2011    |    Annual Report, CCF, CCF Publication, Financials

CCF 2011 Annual Report

November 1, 2011    |    Annual Report, CCF, CCF Publication

Investment and Impact of Community Foundations in California

October 1, 2011    |    Philanthropy, Research

By League of California Community Foundations

CCF Advisor News: Fall 2011

October 1, 2011    |    Advisors, CCF, CCF Publication, Newsletter, Philanthropy, Preparing Achievers for Tomorrow, Youth Empowerment

Advisor Spotlight: Gary Edelstone, Converting a Private Foundation, Ernest Lieblich Foundation, Unsung Heroes of Los Angeles, Pass it Along, Preparing Achievers for Tomorrow

CCF News: Fall 2011

October 1, 2011    |    CCF, CCF Publication, Donors, Newsletter, Philanthropy, Preparing Achievers for Tomorrow, Youth Empowerment

Pass it Along, Charitable Gift Annuities, Preparing Achievers for Tomorrow, Unsung Heroes of Los Angeles

Homelessness Prevention 2011 Impact Report

September 1, 2011    |    CCF Publication, Housing and Economic Opportunity, Impact Report

California Community Foundation Welcomes New VP of Programs

July 11, 2011    |    CCF, Press Release

CCF announced today the addition of Nike Irvin to its leadership team as the vice president of programs.

CCF News: July 2011

July 1, 2011    |    CCF, CCF Publication, Donors, Newsletter, Philanthropy

Summer Youth Fund, Tom Tierney on Giving Smart, CCF Welcomes Nike Irvin, Donor Spotlight: Karin Larson, Samuel Oschin Cancer Center

CCF Advisor News: Summer 2011

July 1, 2011    |    Advisors, CCF, CCF Publication, Newsletter, Philanthropy

Tom Tierney on Giving Smart, Tax Benefits of Closely-Held Stock Gifts, Grantmaking Highlights

Healthy Homes, Healthy Families Final Impact Report

July 1, 2011    |    CCF Publication, Housing and Economic Opportunity, Impact Report

Planned Giving Presentation

June 1, 2011    |    CCF Publication, Nonprofit Sustainability, Philanthropy, Planned Giving

Planned Giving Toolkit – Legacy Letter with Logo Insert

June 1, 2011    |    Brochure, Nonprofit Sustainability, Philanthropy, Planned Giving

Planned Giving Toolkit

June 1, 2011    |    Brochure, CCF Publication, Nonprofit Sustainability, Philanthropy

Rhetoric vs. Reality – A Strategic Disconnect of Community Foundations

June 1, 2011    |    Philanthropy, Research

By Ellie Buteau, Ph.D. and Andrea Brock, Center for Effective Philanthropy

Measure of America: A Portrait of California

June 1, 2011    |    Civic Engagement, Housing and Economic Opportunity, Los Angeles, Research

By American Human Development Project of the Social Science Research Council

Investing in Our Creative Capital: 2011 Otis Report on the Creative Economy of Los Angeles

June 1, 2011    |    Arts, Los Angeles, Research

By Los Angeles County Economic Development Corporation, Commissioned by Otis College of Art and Design

Los Angeles’ Community Foundation Announces Bold, New Initiative For Black Male Youth

May 3, 2011    |    BLOOM, Press Release, Youth Empowerment

CCF has announced a five-year, multi-million dollar investment in the future of Black male youth…

Summer Youth Fund 2010 Impact Report

May 1, 2011    |    CCF Publication, Impact Report, Youth Empowerment

CCF Advisor News: Spring 2011

April 1, 2011    |    Advisors, CCF, CCF Publication, Newsletter, Philanthropy

Advisor Spotlight: Loeb & Loeb LLP, Mission Investing, CCF Efficiency, 2010 Tax Relief Act

CCF News: Winter 2011

January 1, 2011    |    CCF, CCF Publication, Donors, Education Pipeline, Newsletter, Philanthropy

Board Profile: Sheldon Stone, 2010 Financials, Named Permanent Scholarships, CCF Welcomes Maria Blanco

CCF Advisor News: Winter 2011

January 1, 2011    |    Advisors, CCF Publication, Education Pipeline, Newsletter, Philanthropy

Board Profile: Sheldon Stone, 2010 Financials, Named Permanent Scholarships, CCF Charitable Advisors

Articles of Incorporation

November 4, 2010    |    CCF Publication, Governance, Legal Document

CCF 2010 Financial Report

November 1, 2010    |    Annual Report, CCF, CCF Publication, Financials

CCF 2010 Annual Report

November 1, 2010    |    Annual Report, CCF, CCF Publication

School Readiness Begins in Infancy

November 1, 2010    |    Early Childhood, Education Pipeline, Research

By J. Ronald Lally

CCF Advisor News: Fall 2010

October 1, 2010    |    Advisors, CCF, CCF Publication, Newsletter, Philanthropy

Advisor Spotlight: Mickey Segal, Advisor Questions, Continuing Education, Year End Giving, Grantmaking Highlights, Critical Needs Fund

CCF News: Fall 2010

October 1, 2010    |    CCF, CCF Publication, Donors, Newsletter

Critical Needs Fund, Year End Giving, Donor Spotlight: Dana Baldwin, Family Philanthropy, Grantmaking Highlights

CCF Advisor News: Summer 2010

July 1, 2010    |    Advisors, Arts, CCF, CCF Publication, Fellowship for Visual Artists, Health, Housing and Economic Opportunity, Newsletter, Philanthropy

CCF at 95, Admiral Mullin on Giving to Veterans, CCF Honors Top Advisors, Fellowship for Visual Artists, Retained Life Estates

CCF News: Summer 2010

July 1, 2010    |    Arts, CCF, CCF Publication, Fellowship for Visual Artists, Health, Housing and Economic Opportunity, Newsletter, Philanthropy

CCF at 95, Donor Spotlight: Jackee Marks, Summer Youth Fund, Admiral Mullin on Giving to Veterans, Fellowship for Visual Artists, Retained Life Estates

Reparable Harm: Executive Summary  

June 1, 2010    |    Education Pipeline, Immigrant Integration, Research

By Laurie Olsen, Ph.D; A Californians Together Research & Policy Publication

CCF Advisor News: Spring 2010

April 1, 2010    |    Advisors, CCF, CCF Publication, Newsletter, Philanthropy

Encouraging Clients to be Philanthropic, Strategic Grantmaking, International Grantmaking, Gifts of Stock, Taproot Foundation, Giving Trends

CCF News: Spring 2010

April 1, 2010    |    CCF, CCF Publication, Donors, Health, Housing and Economic Opportunity, Newsletter, Philanthropy

Donor Spotlight: Stephen Kanter, High Impact Grantmaking During Tough Economic Times, International Grantmaking, Critical Needs in L.A., Taproot Foundation, Giving Trends

CCF Advisor News: Winter 2010

January 1, 2010    |    Advisors, CCF, CCF Publication, Education Pipeline, Newsletter, Philanthropy

Investing in Scholarships, Advisor Spotlight: John W. Weldon, Fraser Scholar Profile: Norma Sanchez, Census 2010, Gifts of Real Estate

CCF News: Winter 2010

January 1, 2010    |    CCF, CCF Publication, Civic Engagement, Education Pipeline, Newsletter, Philanthropy

Investing in Scholarships, Advisor Spotlight: John W. Weldon, Scholarship Fund Options, Fraser Scholar Profile: Norma Sanchez, Census 2010, Gifts of Real Estate

CCF 2009 Annual Report

November 1, 2009    |    Annual Report, CCF, CCF Publication

CCF 2009 Financial Report

November 1, 2009    |    Annual Report, CCF, CCF Publication, Financials

Supporting our Troops, Veterans and Their Families – IADIF 2009 Report (full)

November 1, 2009    |    CCF Publication, Impact Report, Other, Research

Supporting our Troops, Veterans and Their Families – IADIF 2009 Report (abridged)

November 1, 2009    |    CCF Publication, Impact Report, Other, Research

CCF Advisor News: Fall 2009

October 1, 2009    |    Advisors, CCF, CCF Publication, Newsletter, Philanthropy

Reynolds Cafferata on Private Foundation Alternatives, Terminating a Private Foundation, Unsung Heroes, Grantmaking Highlights, Year End Giving

CCF News: Fall 2009

October 1, 2009    |    CCF, CCF Publication, Donors, Newsletter, Philanthropy

Donor Spotlight: Dr. Julius Griffin, Supporting Veterans and Troops, Donor Services, Unsung Heroes, Grantmaking Highlights

CCF Advisor News: Summer 2009

July 1, 2009    |    Advisors, CCF, CCF Publication, Newsletter, Nonprofit Sustainability, Philanthropy

Jonathan C. Lurie on Charitable Lead Trusts, Including Family in Philanthropy, David Greco and Nonprofit Finance Fund

CCF News: Summer 2009

July 1, 2009    |    CCF, CCF Publication, Donors, Newsletter, Nonprofit Sustainability, Philanthropy

Donor Spotlight: Cusumano Family, Jonathan C. Lurie on Charitable Lead Trusts, Private Foundation Alternatives, David Greco and Nonprofit Finance Fund, DonorConnect 2.0

CCF News: July 2008

July 1, 2009    |    CCF, CCF Publication, Donors, Newsletter, Philanthropy

Donor Profile: Grace and Sho Iino, Giving Trends, Saint Barnabas Senior Center

LAPAI Preschool Toolkit (Chinese – Traditional)

April 7, 2009    |    Brochure, CCF Publication, Early Childhood, Education Pipeline

LAPAI Preschool Toolkit (Chinese – Simplified)

April 7, 2009    |    Brochure, CCF Publication, Early Childhood, Education Pipeline

LAPAI Preschool Toolkit (Cambodian)

April 7, 2009    |    Brochure, CCF Publication, Early Childhood, Education Pipeline

LAPAI Preschool Toolkit (Vietnamese)

April 7, 2009    |    Brochure, CCF Publication, Early Childhood, Education Pipeline

LAPAI Preschool Toolkit (Korean)

April 7, 2009    |    Brochure, CCF Publication, Early Childhood, Education Pipeline

LAPAI Preschool Toolkit (English)

April 7, 2009    |    Brochure, CCF Publication, Early Childhood, Education Pipeline

CCF News: Spring 2009

April 1, 2009    |    CCF, CCF Publication, Donors, Housing and Economic Opportunity, Newsletter, Philanthropy, Planned Giving

Basic Needs in L.A., Donor Spotlight: Peter and Cam Starrett, Estate Giving, How to Give in Challenging Times, Giving Trends

CCF Advisor News: Spring 2009

April 1, 2009    |    Advisors, CCF, CCF Publication, Housing and Economic Opportunity, Newsletter, Philanthropy, Planned Giving

Advisor Profile: Michael Glowacki, Giving Trends, Remembering CCF in Estate Plans, Basic Needs in Los Angeles, Managing Clients During Tough Economic Times

CCF News: Winter 2009

January 1, 2009    |    CCF, CCF Publication, Donors, Newsletter, Nonprofit Sustainability, Philanthropy

Helping Nonprofits Prepare for Uncertain Times, Enjoy Great Payout Rates for a Charitable Gift Annuity, Donor Profile: Gary Erickson, Investing in Scholarships

CCF Advisor News: Winter 2009

January 1, 2009    |    Advisors, CCF, CCF Publication, Newsletter, Nonprofit Sustainability, Philanthropy

Sylmar Wildfires, Preparing Nonprofits for Uncertain Times, Naming Successor Advisors for Funds, Enjoy Great Payout Rates for a Charitable Gift Annuity, Advisor Profile: Jane Peebles, Creating Scholarship Funds

CCF 2008 Annual Report

November 1, 2008    |    Annual Report, CCF, CCF Publication

CCF Advisor News: Fall 2008

October 1, 2008    |    Advisors, CCF, CCF Publication, Donors, Newsletter, Philanthropy

Advisor Spotlight: Paul Livadary, Year-End Private Foundation Alternatives, Donor Spotlight: Hope Wintner and Ted Meisel, IRA Charitable Rollover,  Giving Trends, Grantmaking FAQ

CCF News: Fall 2008

October 1, 2008    |    CCF, CCF Publication, Donors, Health, Newsletter, Philanthropy

Year-End Giving, IRA Charitable Rollover, Donor Spotlight: Hope Wintner and Ted Meisel, Private Foundation Alternatives, Giving Trends, Karen Hernandez and Children’s Clinic, Making an Impact in the San Fernando Valley, Grantmaking FAQ,

Civically Engaging Immigrant Boomer Populations

June 1, 2008    |    CCF Publication, Civic Engagement, Immigrant Integration, Los Angeles, Research

Immigrant Integration Strategy for L.A. County  

December 1, 2007    |    Immigrant Integration, Los Angeles, Research

By Michael Fix, Laureen Laglagaron, Aaron Matteo Terrazas and Margie McHugh, National Center on Immigrant Integration Policy, Migration Policy Institute

CCF 2007 Annual Report

November 1, 2007    |    Annual Report, CCF, CCF Publication

Importance of Early Care and Education  

June 1, 2007    |    Early Childhood, Education Pipeline, Research

By Taryn W. Morrissey and Mildred E. Warner, Cornell University

Buenos Principios: Latino Children in the Earliest Years of Life

June 1, 2007    |    Civic Engagement, Early Childhood, Education Pipeline, Research

By Miriam Calderon, Associate Director, Policy Analysis Center Office of Research, Advocacy and Legislation, National Council of La Raza

Early Care and Education Workforce Study: Licensed Family Child Care Providers. 2006 Study

June 1, 2006    |    Early Childhood, Education Pipeline, Research

By Marcy Whitebook, Laura Sakai, Fran Kipnis, Yuna Lee, Dan Bellm, Richard Speiglman, Mirella Almaraz, LaToya Stubbs, and Paulina Tran Center for the Study of Child Care Employment, Institute of Industrial Relations, University of California at Berkeley; California Child Care Resource and Referral Network

Early Care and Education Workforce Study: Licensed Child Care Centers, 2006

June 1, 2006    |    Early Childhood, Education Pipeline, Research

By Marcy Whitebook, Laura Sakai, Fran Kipnis, Yuna Lee, Dan Bellm, Richard Speiglman, Mirella Almaraz, LaToya Stubbs, and Paulina Tran Center for the Study of Child Care Employment, Institute of Industrial Relations, University of California at Berkeley; California Child Care Resource and Referral Network

Early Care and Education Workforce Study: Highlights of 2006 Statewide Study

June 1, 2006    |    Early Childhood, Education Pipeline, Research

By Marcy Whitebook, Laura Sakai, Fran Kipnis, Yuna Lee, Dan Bellm, Richard Speiglman, Mirella Almaraz, LaToya Stubbs, and Paulina Tran Center for the Study of Child Care Employment, Institute of Industrial Relations, University of California at Berkeley; California Child Care Resource and Referral Network

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