California Community Foundation
The California Community Foundation (CCF) in Los Angeles has been providing assistance to the community since 1915. With more than $1 billion in assets, CCF is one of the largest foundations of any kind in the nation.
The African American Scholarship Fund - The African American Scholarship Fund includes funds to cover loan and work study costs for eligible students, as well as funds for merit-based awards.
Evan Ashcraft Memorial Fund - The mission of the Evan Ashcraft Memorial Fund in its founding is to distribute medical and educational funds for United States military personnel living or deceased who served in Operation Iraqi Freedom or for their dependents. Recent events have focused this mission to providing post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) counseling.
Warren Christopher Scholarship Fund provides college scholarships to outstanding high school sophomores in the Los Angeles Unified School District. Each year, 8-10 students are selected to receive the prestigious award toward four years of college tuition. The goal of the program is to encourage talented, yet financially disadvantaged, sophomores to finish high school and pursue a college degree.
Jean Kim Cortés Scholarship Foundation supports students in the Los Angeles Unified School District in continuing their study of music beyond high school.
Mini Lai Scholarship Fund provides funding for illustration students at the Art Center College of Design (ACCD) achieve their dreams.
Jennifer Beltran Lopez Colibri Scholarship Fund supports underprivileged youth who wish to continue their education through high school and college.
Pi Alpha Phi Alumni Scholarship Fund supports undergraduate members' academic, personal and leadership development.
The Brian C. Porter Memorial Scholarship Charitable Fund was created to support law students.
The Camille P. Toomey Scholarship Foundation provides financial assistance to students of any age who need money, encouragement and support.
UCLA Faculty Law Scholarship Fund A small committee of distinguished UCLA law school alumni with a commitment to enrolling talented underrepresented racial minority students selects recipients from among eligible applicants admitted into UCLA's law school. Scholarship recipients must enroll in the UCLA School of Law and be a member in good standing of the entering class.
UCLA School of Law Marco Firebaugh Dream Fund is a component scholarship fund of the California Community Foundation named in honor of Marco Antonio Firebaugh who served in the California State Assembly from 1998 to 2004.
The Corie Williams Scholarship Fund makes grants to graduating high school seniors to enable them to attend college. Many of these students are the first in their families to continue their education past high school, are from single-parent homes, and have lived in poverty. The goal is to reach students that are on the brink of changing their lives.