Fiscal Sponsorship

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Managing resources with efficiency and experience.

The Foundation for California Community Colleges provides fiscal sponsorship services to programs and projects that work in the public interest to enhance education in California and beyond, and that do not wish to become a nonprofit organization to accept charitable funding. Many began as projects of college faculty or are or have been closely associated with colleges or other local education agencies. Fiscally sponsored programs and projects of the Foundation receive the benefit of the Foundation’s close relationship with the Community College system, while state agencies have the convenience of entering easily into contracts with the Foundation because of its status as the official foundation for the California Community College Chancellor's Office. Currently, the Foundation manages more than $9 million in awarded funds for fiscally sponsored projects and programs.

Current Projects

Acceleration in Context

Acceleration in Context is a comprehensive initiative with the central aim of introducing accelerated curriculum and pedagogy into a broad cross-section of disciplines and programs across the state. 
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Breakthrough Sacramento

Breakthrough Sacramento mentors and tutors students from under-resourced schools to navigate high school, select a college, and thrive in a college setting, while also inspiring high school and college students to volunteer teach younger students.
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California Acceleration Project

The California Acceleration Project (CAP) is an initiative that works to increase the proportion of community college students who complete transfer requirements in math and English and to decrease equity gaps for this early momentum point to degree completion. 
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California AfterSchool Network

The California AfterSchool Network’s (CAN) purpose is to promote quality in expanded learning programs. CAN provides out-of-school time practitioners, advocates, and community members with the resources and tools necessary to build high quality out-of-school time programs in California.
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California College Guidance Initiative

California College Guidance Initiative works to ensure that all 6th-12th grade students in California receive a systematic baseline of guidance and support as they plan, prepare, and pay for college. 
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California LAW

California LAW creates a pipeline of diverse students from high schools, community colleges, four-year institutions, and law schools into law or law-related careers so that the legal profession reflects the diverse population of California.
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Career Ladders

Career Ladders strengthens the role of Community Colleges in providing education and career advancement opportunities through research, policy initiatives, and strategic assistance.
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DeepTok

DeepTok shatters boundaries and provides every student with access to real-world advice and resources they need to achieve their goals.
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Educational Results Partnership

Educational Results Partnership (ERP) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization whose mission is to use the power of data to raise student achievement and close achievement gaps. 
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Contact Us

Barbara Webster-Hawkins
Director of Grants Development
T: 916.325.0117
F: 916.325.0844
E: bwebster-hawkins@foundationccc.org

Fact Sheet

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Key Funders

  • California Department of Education 
  • The James Irvine Foundation
  • California Education Policy Fund
  • Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Innovation

Foundation for California
Community Colleges

1102 Q Street, Suite 4800
Sacramento, CA 95811

Toll Free: 866.325.3222
Fax: 916.325.0844

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Supporting our Work

Help the Foundation further its mission to benefit, support, and enhance the California Community Colleges.

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Who we serve

The Foundation serves as the official foundation supporting the Board of Governors, Chancellor’s Office, and the entire California Community College system, including 113 colleges and 72 districts, serving 2.1 million students.

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