EIN 95-3510055

California Community Foundation

IRS 501(c) type
501(c)(3)
Num. employees
87
Year formed
1915
Most recent tax filings
2020-06
NTEE code, primary
Description
Ccf has served as a public Foundation for greater los angeles since 1915. Its role continues to evolve, balancing a long-term perspective with responsiveness to immediate issues in the Community. It serves as a facilitator of meaningful and strategic ...
Also known as...
221 S Figueroa St Suite 400

Program areas at California Community Foundation

Donor Advised, Restricted, and Other Charitable Funds: CCF manages more than 1,500 charitable funds entrusted to it by generations of individuals, families, organizations and companies. In 2019-2020, CCF distributed $205.7 million in grants from donor advised funds to nonprofit organizations in greater Los Angeles and elsewhere. Additionally, CCF disbursed $34.5 million in grants from the foundation's restricted funds, scholarship funds, funds for a specific organization or educational institution by a legacy or bequest from a donor. Restricted fund grants were made in such areas as scholarships, animal welfare, disaster relief, environment, management support for nonprofits, and religious organizations, among others.
California Community Foundation (CCF) has served as the public foundation for Greater Los Angeles since 1915. Its role continues to evolve, balancing a long-term perspective with responsiveness to immediate issues in the community. It serves as a facilitator of meaningful and strategic charitable giving by individuals, families and organizations in Los Angeles, and a steward of their funds and foundations. It is an expert in the needs of Los Angeles, and an advocate for the most vulnerable members of the community. It is a provider of financial, technical and management support that builds the sustainability of nonprofit organizations whose missions align with the foundations priority grantmaking areas. And it is a convener and collaborator with thought-leaders and decision makers around civic engagement and the most pressing issues for the region. Priority Programs: Understanding the needs and nonprofits of Greater Los Angeles has enabled CCF to attract and concentrate resources on priority areas but also respond to opportunities and challenges that arise. - Education, $15.3 Million: Grants were made to increase school readiness through early care and education, improve teacher professional development, expand parental engagement in public education, and to support youth development in underserved communities. Early Education grantmaking reflects a multi-year effort to improve access to high quality preschool education for families in historically underserved communities. The Los Angeles Scholarship Investment Fund supported programs that combine multi-year scholarships with additional support thats proven to help students graduate. Ready to Rise grants are designed to expand opportunities and resources for programs that provide youth development and enrichment services with the goal of transforming the educational, personal and professional outcomes of young people, as well as vastly decreasing youth interactions with the justice system. - Health Care, $10 Million: Grants were distributed to increase access to a regular source of preventive care and treatment services for uninsured adults and expanding coverage for all uninsured children. - Housing and Economic Opportunity, $6.1 Million: Grants were made to nonprofit housing developers and policy advocacy groups to increase the availability of permanent, affordable housing units in stable neighborhoods for low-income households. - Immigration, $3.7 Million: Brings together public, private and philanthropic partners to support local nonprofits serving L.A.s vibrant immigrant communities. Grants were made to increase the civic participation of immigrant communities and create policy solutions. - Nonprofit Sustainability, $255,000: provided funds enabling nonprofits to assess capacity, support restructuring, integrate programs and share their lessons across the nonprofit sector. - Civic Engagement, $15.5 million: CCF understands that grant dollars alone are not enough to address complex regional issues. CCF has therefore taken greater steps to form and support partnerships that motivate and empower diverse groups of local residents to participate in the civic life of their communities. In 2019-2020, grants were made in the areas of civic leadership development and civics education, community engagement, open and responsive government, and to support research that provided communities with the necessary information to identify problems and promote solutions. We Count L.A. 2020 grantmaking helped ensure that every Angeleno was counted in the 2020 census.

Form 990s for California Community Foundation

Fiscal year endingDate received by IRSFormPDF link
2019-062021-02-09990View PDF
2018-062019-10-12990View PDF
2017-062018-06-14990View PDF
2016-062017-09-06990View PDF
2015-062016-07-28990View PDF
...and 5 more Form 990s

Who funds California Community Foundation

Grants from foundations and other nonprofits
GrantmakerDescriptionAmount
Kaiser PermanenteProject Support$50,000,000
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...and 166 more grants received

Grants made by California Community Foundation

GranteeGrant descriptionAmount
Greater HorizonsPhilanthropic Activity$14,832,740
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...and 964 more grants made

Financials for California Community Foundation

RevenuesFYE 06/2020
Total grants, contributions, etc.$377,108,940
Program services$2,239,548
Investment income and dividends$30,889,330
Tax-exempt bond proceeds$0
Royalty revenue$119,880
Net rental income$0
Net gain from sale of non-inventory assets$29,611,875
Net income from fundraising events$0
Net income from gaming activities$0
Net income from sales of inventory$0
Miscellaneous revenues$110,558
Total revenues$440,080,131

Personnel at California Community Foundation

NameTitleCompensation
Antonia HernandezPresident and Chief Executive Officer$519,594
John E. KobaraChief Operating Officer$347,391
Steven J CobbChief Financial Officer$303,133
 Subscribe to viewVice President, Finance$184,869
 Subscribe to viewVice President, Public Policy and Civic Engagement$205,597
...and 26 more key personnel

Organizations like California Community Foundation

OrganizationLocationRevenue
The Community Foundation for Greater AtlantaAtlanta, GA$182,835,333
New York Community TrustNew York, NY$257,618,823
The Chicago Community TrustChicago, IL$564,214,027
Greater Kansas City Community FoundationKansas City, MO$372,296,655
Silicon Valley Community Foundation (SVCF)Mountain View, CA$1,710,513,215
Greater Houston Community FoundationHouston, TX$205,503,819
The Denver FoundationDenver, CO$146,305,774
San Francisco Foundation (TSFF)San Francisco, CA$190,328,961
Tulsa Community FoundationTulsa, OK$164,263,183
Community Foundation of New JerseyMorristown, NJ$121,914,293
The Greater Cincinnati FoundationCincinnati, OH$137,413,135
Foundation for the CarolinasCharlotte, NC$289,696,942
The Columbus FoundationColumbus, OH$304,494,598
Community Foundation of Greater MemphisMemphis, TN$514,967,342
ImpactAssetsBethesda, MD$734,781,486
Catholic Community Foundation of Los Angeles (CCF LA)Los Angeles, CA$117,727,078
Jewish Community Foundation of the Jewish Federation Council of Greater Los AngelesLos Angeles, CA$149,675,530
University of Colorado FoundationDenver, CO$259,096,557
Gavi the Vaccine Alliance (GAVI)Switzerland, $708,136,605
Raymond James Charitable Endowment FundSt Petersburg, FL$235,982,155
Ohio State University Foundation (OSUF)Columbus, OH$357,145,506
George Kaiser Family Foundation (GKFF)Tulsa, OK$369,032,460
Sierra Club FoundationOakland, CA$120,488,815
Jewish Community Foundation of San DiegoSan Diego, CA$125,092,750
Orbis InternationalNew York, NY$376,015,307
Nonprofit Types
Issues
Characteristics
Key performance indicators
Total revenues
$440,080,131
2020
Yearly growth
43.9%
% of revenues
n/a
Total expenses
$311,967,095
2020
Yearly growth
28.5%
% of expenses
n/a
Total assets
$1,735,264,630
2020
Yearly growth
5.5%
% of assets
n/a
Num. employees
87
2020
Yearly growth
8.7%
% of total
n/a
General information
Address
221 S Figueroa St Suite 400
Los Angeles, CA 90012
Metro area
Los Angeles-Long Beach-Anaheim, CA
Website URL
calfund.org/ 
Phone
(213) 413-4130
Facebook page
calfund 
IRS details
EIN
95-3510055
Fiscal year end
June
Taxreturn type
Form 990
Year formed
1915
Eligible to receive tax-deductible contributions (Pub 78)
Yes
Categorization
NTEE code, primary
T31: Community Foundations
NAICS code, primary
813319: Social Advocacy Organizations
Parent/child status
Independent