Collaborative Impact Program

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Collaborative Impact Program

The Collaborative Impact Program provides fiscal sponsorship and management services to programs and organizations to achieve aligned missions and goals. Through these intentional partnerships, the Collaborative Impact Program incubates, scales, and sustains creative endeavors to improve educational opportunities and outcomes for all Californians.

Fiscal sponsorship is an agreement in which an unincorporated effort that is consistent with our tax-exempt purpose and goals becomes one of our programs. Fiscal partners drive their own planning, development, and programmatic work, with our organizational support. A management services agreement is an arrangement where we provide contracted services to an incorporated, tax-exempt organization that advances aligned goals. Our management services agreements support nonprofit organizations that are key partners in the California Community College system, such as professional associations, student government organizations, and regional consortia.

The work of the Foundation for California Community Colleges, at its core, is about improving education in California. Through partnership building, innovation, and resources, we aim to be an integral partner in the successful education of all Californians. 

Contact Us

collaborativeimpact@foundationccc.org

Jonathan Brack
Director of Collaborative Impact Programs
 E: jbrack@foundationccc.org 
 T: 916.498.6776

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