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


Foundation: California Community Foundation

Specifically, the CCF (California Community Foundation), a public charitable organization since 1915, specifies where it has donated $5,880,196. All of which are Los Angeles non-profit organizations. Going into detail about a specific Fund, The Los Angeles Scholars Investment Fund (LASIF).

The Los Angeles Scholars Investment Fund (LASIF) is a program that helps students not only get TO, but get THROUGH college. By means of counseling students going trough specific hardships. As well as the many other obstacles that any college age student will face during these crucial years of a higher education.

The California Community Foundations 100 year history and relationships with its donors make it possible to help contribute to Los Angeles County. By providing grants, and subsequently funding programs with these grant that allow their locals to thrive, grow, and strengthen.

In addition to the LASIF contribution, The CCF also provides grants in such areas as, but not limited to, arts, civic engagement, education, health, housing and economic opportunity, immigrant integration and nonprofit.
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