The Latino Community Foundation (LCF) invests in emerging Latino-led organizations that have a tangible impact on the lives of youth and families in California. The organizations we fund are working to transform the communities, systems, and policies that impact the lives of Latinos across the state.

Why do we invest in Latino-led organizations across California?

• We value the deep roots and authentic relationships these organizations share with their communities.

• We strongly believe that these organizations are best suited to address the economic, social, and physical conditions affecting community members.

• These organizations serve as trusted anchors that strengthen community organizing and build the political power necessary for long-term systemic changes that can lead to equity.

• These organizations serve as a pipeline for leadership development opportunities for emerging Latino leaders.

Below you will find a list of nonprofit organizations that are current and past grantees. For questions regarding our grantees, please reach out to our grantmaking team at grants@latinocf.org or contact the respective organization directly.

Nonprofit Database: The California Latino Power Map is an interactive database developed by LCF featuring Latino-led nonprofits across California. If you think your nonprofit should be considered, please complete this Organizational Profile.

  • 805 UndocuFund

    805 UndocuFund mobilizes resources when disaster hits, providing short-term financial relief to undocumented residents, and advocate for long-term systems change to ensure they are effectively included in disaster response and recovery.


    Organization Budget: $1,000,001 – $3M

    Primary Service Area: Santa Barbar, Ventura

    Primary Focus Areas: Immigrant Rights & Legal Services, Advocacy & Policy

    Website: www.805undocufund.org

  • A La Defensa

    Primary Service Area: Los Angeles

    Primary Focus Areas:  Advocacy & Policy

  • The Accountability Movement

    Latinx Power Project will be a non-partisan culture defending and media monitoring organization engaged in advocacy on behalf of the 57 million Latinxs enriching, living and working in America.


    Organization Budget: Less than $500K

    Primary Service Area: Alameda, Los Angeles

    Primary Focus Areas: Arts & Culture, Community Engagement, Media, Research & Data, Advocacy & Policy

  • ACT for Women and Girls

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    LCF invests in ACT for Women and Girls to support the Female Leadership Academy, which develops leadership skills among young women and completes teen pregnancy prevention outreach campaigns to activate and inform Tulare County teens.


    Organization Budget: $501K – $1M

    Primary Service Area: Tulare County

    Primary Focus Areas: Youth Development, Teen Pregnancy Prevention & Leadership Development

    Website: www.actforwomenandgirls.org

  • Agriculture and Land Based Training Association

    The goal of the Agriculture and Land Based Training Association is to create economic opportunity for limited-resource farmers through land-based training in organic farm management.


    Organization Budget: $1,000,001 – $3M

    Primary Service Area: Monterey

    Primary Focus Areas: Entrepreneurship

    Website: www.albafarmers.org

  • Alameda County Deputy Sheriffs Activities League

    The goal of the Agriculture and Land Based Training Association is to create economic opportunity for limited-resource farmers through land-based training in organic farm management.


    Primary Focus Areas: Community Engagement

    Website: www.acdsal.org/food-equity-1

  • Alianza Coachella Valley

    Alianza Coachella Valley’s mission is to transform the socio-economic conditions of the Coachella Valley so that all people, in all communities have opportunities to prosper


    Organization Budget: $1,000,001 – $3M

    Primary Service Area: Riverside

    Primary Focus Areas: Civic Engagement, Community Engagement, Economic Development, Environment & Climate Change, Family & Parent Engagement, Leadership Development, Research & Data, Voter Registration/Mobilization, Youth Empowerment, Advocacy & Policy, S.T.E.M. Training

    Website: alianzacv.org

  • Alliance for a Better Community

    Alliance for a Better Community is advancing social, economic, racial equity and justice for the Latino community and the Los Angeles region through power building and policy advocacy.


    Organization Budget: $1,000,001 – $3M

    Primary Service Area: Los Angeles

    Primary Focus Areas: Civic Engagement, Advocacy & Policy

    Website: www.afabc.org

  • AltaMed Foundation

    Primary Service Area: Los Angeles

    Primary Focus Areas: Health Services

    Website: altamedfoundation.org

  • American Civil Liberties Union Foundation, Inc.

    The ACLU dares to create a more perfect union — beyond one person, party, or side. Our mission is to realize this promise of the United States Constitution for all and expand the reach of its guarantees.

    Supported by a Donor-Advised Fund


    Primary Service Area: Los Angeles and Bay Area

    Primary Focus Areas: Advocacy & Policy

    Website: www.aclu.org

  • Anti Police-Terror Project

    The Anti Police-Terror Project is a Black-led, multi-racial, intergenerational coalition that seeks to build a replicable and sustainable model to eradicate police terror in communities of color.

    Supported by a Donor-Advised Fund


    Primary Service Area: Alameda

    Primary Focus Areas: Advocacy & Policy

    Website: www.antipoliceterrorproject.org

  • Arte Américas the Mexican Arts Center

    Arte Américas the Mexican Arts Center celebrates, nurtures, and preserves Latino arts and cultures!


    Organization Budget: $501K – $1M

    Primary Service Area: Fresno

    Primary Focus Areas: Arts & Culture, Community Engagement, Education Services, Family & Parent Engagement, Youth Empowerment

    Website: arteamericas.org

  • Asian Women's Shelter

    Asian Women’s Shelter strives to eliminate domestic violence by promoting the social, economic, and political self-determination of women and all survivors of violence and oppression.

    Supported by a Donor-Advised Fund


    Primary Service Area: San Francisco

    Primary Focus Areas: Immigrant Rights & Legal Services

    Website: www.sfaws.org

  • Association of Ramaytush Ohlone

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    Primary Service Area: San Francisco, San Mateo, Santa Clara

    Primary Focus Areas: Other

    Website: www.ramaytush.org

  • Ayudando Latinos A Soñar (ALAS)

    ALAS is dedicated to working for social wellness through multicultural practices, mental health care, individualized and collective support related to education, immigration processes, and work, and advocating for the wellbeing of the whole community.


    Organization Budget: $1,000,001 – $3M

    Primary Service Area: San Mateo

    Primary Focus Areas: Arts & Culture, Boys & Men of Color Empowerment, Civic Engagement, Community Engagement, Education Services, Entrepreneurship; Family & Parent Engagement, Girls & Women of Color Empowerment, Health Services, Housing; Immigrant Rights & Legal Services, Leadership Development, Violence Prevention, Youth Empowerment

    Website: www.alasdreams.com

  • Birth Companions Community Center

    Empowering families through pregnancy, birth and postpartum. B.C.C.C. is a community of native Spanish-speaking birth warriors, who cultivate healing through education, support and use of ancestral medicine.


    Organization Budget: Less than $500K

    Primary Service Area: Alameda, Contra Costa, San Francisco, San Mateo, Santa Cruz

    Primary Focus Areas: Health Services, Advocacy & Policy, Workforce Development

    Website: birthcompanionscommunitycenter.org

  • Black Alliance For Just Immigration (BAJI)

    The Black Alliance for Just Immigration (BAJI) believes that a thriving multiracial democracy requires racial, social and economic justice for all.


    Primary Service Area: Statewide

    Primary Focus Areas: Advocacy & Policy, Civic Engagement, Community Engagement, Immigrant Rights & Legal Services, Leadership Development

    Website: baji.org

  • Black Organizing for Leadership and Dignity (BOLD)

    BOLD (Black Organizing for Leadership and Dignity) is a national training intermediary focused on transforming the practice of Black organizers in the US to increase their alignment, impact and sustainability to win progressive change. BOLD carries out its mission through training programs, coaching and technical assistance for BOLD alumni and partners.

    Supported by a Donor-Advised Fund


    Primary Focus Areas: Leadership Development

    Website: boldorganizing.org

  • Brown Issues

    Cultivating the next generation of Brown Leaders through civic engagement, narrative change and healing.


    Organization Budget: Less than $500K

    Primary Service Area: Los Angeles, Merced, Sacramento, San Diego, San Joaquin, Yolo

    Primary Focus Areas: Arts & Culture, Boys & Men of Color Empowerment, Civic Engagement, Community Engagement, Economic Development, Education Services, Entrepreneurship, Environment & Climate Change, Family & Parent Engagement, Girls & Women of Color Empowerment, Immigrant Rights & Legal Services, Leadership Development, Media; Philanthropy, Violence Prevention, Voter Registration/Mobilization, Youth Empowerment, Advocacy & Policy

    Website: brownissuestv.org

  • Building Decarbonization Coalition

    The Building Decarbonization Coalition unites building industry stakeholders with energy providers, environmental organizations and local governments to power our nation’s homes and workspaces with clean energy.

    Supported by a Donor-Advised Fund


    Primary Service Area: Statewide

    Primary Focus Areas: Other

    Website: www.buildingdecarb.org

  • Building Healthy Communities - East Salinas

    Building Healthy Communities, whose mission is to activate resident voice and power to build an inclusive, anti-racist democracy and safe, thriving communities.


    Organization Budget: $5,000,001 – $10M

    Primary Service Area: Monterey

    Primary Focus Areas: Civic Engagement, Community Engagement, Economic Development, Health Services; Leadership Development, Voter Registration/Mobilization, Youth Empowerment, Advocacy & Policy

    Website: twitter.com/BHCMontereyCty

  • Black Organizing for Leadership and Dignity (BOLD)

    BOLD (Black Organizing for Leadership and Dignity) is a non-profit organization that facilitates social transformation and improves the living conditions of Black people by (re)building the social justice infrastructure required to organize Black communities.


    Primary Focus Areas: Leadership Development

    Website: www.boldorganizing.org

  • California Rural Legal Assistance Foundation

    California Rural Legal Assistance Foundation (CRLAF)’s mission is to achieve social justice and equity in partnership with farmworkers, low-wage workers, and mixed-status families in rural communities through community, legislative and legal advocacy.


    Organization Budget: $3,000,001 – $5M

    Primary Service Area: Butte,  Colusa, Fresno, Kern, Kings, Madera, Merced, Placer, Sacramento, San Joaquin, Stanislaus, Sutter, Tulare, Yolo, Yuba

    Primary Focus Areas: Civic Engagement, Community Engagement, Education Services, Housing, Immigrant Rights & Legal Services, Leadership Development, Advocacy & Policy

    Website: www.crlaf.org

  • California Calls Education Fund

    The long-term goal of California Calls is to develop a statewide alliance of local community based organizations that qualitatively increases the civic participation and leadership of low income communities.


    Organization Budget: Less than $500K

    Primary Service Area: Alameda, Fresno, Kern, Los Angeles, Merced, Riverside, San Bernardino, San Diego, San Francisco, Santa Clara, Ventura

    Primary Focus Areas: Civic Engagement, Education Services, Voter Registration/Mobilization, Advocacy & Policy

    Website: www.cacalls.org

  • California Institute for Rural Studies

    The California Institute for Rural Studies (CIRS) conducts community-driven research for action in rural communities working for justice, equity and health.


    Organization Budget: $501K – $1M

    Primary Service Area: Fresno, Riverside, San Bernardino, San Diego, Santa Cruz, Sonoma, Tulare, Yolo

    Primary Focus Areas: Civic Engagement, Economic Development, Environment & Climate Change, Housing; Immigrant Rights & Legal Services, LGBTQ Rights, Research & Data, Advocacy & Policy, Health

    Website: www.cirsinc.org

  • California Latinas for Reproductive Justice

    California Latinas for Reproductive Justice (CLRJ) is a statewide organization committed to building the power of Latinas and helping them cultivate leadership through community education, policy advocacy, and community-informed research to achieve reproductive justice.

    LCF’s investment in CLRJ goes to hosting a policy training for teen pregnancy prevention as well as supporting events and outreach trainings and events to that furthers their work around reproductive justice.


    Organization Budget: $1,000,001 – $3M

    Primary Service Area: Los Angeles

    Primary Focus Areas: Civic Engagement, Community Engagement, Girls & Women of Color Empowerment, Housing, Leadership Development, Media, Research & Data, Advocacy & Policy

    Website: www.californialatinas.org

  • Campesina Womb Justice Project

    To protect Indigenous campesinas by restoring sacred Indigenous principles of reciprocity and regeneration through Mexican Indigenous midwifery & women’s healthcare, traditional healing ceremonies, and sustainable womb care kits.


    Organization Budget: Less than $500K

    Primary Service Area: Santa Cruz

    Primary Focus Areas: Community Organizing, Policy Advocacy, Women’s Empowerment

    Website: www.instagram.com/campesinawombjustice

  • Cancer Kinship

    Cancer Kinship’s mission is to empower the cancer community to confidently face the disease through peer mentorship, survivor empowerment & education, free wigs, and community resource navigation provided by caring and compassionate volunteers and staff.


    Organization Budget: Less than $500K

    Primary Service Area: Orange

    Primary Focus Areas: Civic Engagement, Community Engagement, Health Services

    Website: www.cancerkinship.org

  • Canyon Education Foundation

    Canyon Education Foundation is an organization dedicated to supporting the educational programs of the Canyon Elementary School in Canyon, California. Their activities are entirely dedicated to fund-raising. The organization is similar to a PTA.

    Supported by a Donor-Advised Fund


    Primary Service Area: Contra Costa

    Primary Focus Areas: Education Services

    Website: canyon.k12.ca.us/canyon-education-foundation-main

  • Carpinteria Children's Project

    Carpinteria Children’s Project prepares Carpinteria Valley children to enter kindergarten ready for success, regardless of the challenges they face and promotes access to a strong network of resources Carpinteria families need to thrive.


    Organization Budget: $1,000,001 – $3M

    Primary Service Area: Santa Barbara

    Primary Focus Areas: Education Services, Family & Parent Engagement, Promotora Network

    Website: www.instagram.com/carpchildrensproject

  • Casa Cultural

    The mission of Casa Cultural is to empower and foster the growth the growth of it members to better serve the community.


    Organization Budget: Less than $500K

    Primary Service Area: Stanislaus

    Primary Focus Areas: Arts & Culture, Civic Engagement, Community Engagement, Education Services, Family & Parent Engagement, Leadership Development, Promotora Network, Youth Empowerment

    Website: casaculutral.org

  • Casa de la Cultura Center

    Casa de la Cultura Center operates as an independent nonprofit organization with a variety of programs and services for the community. The vision of Casa de la Cultura Center is to promote culturally sensitive health activities.

    Supported by a Donor-Advised Fund


    Primary Service Area: Monterey

    Primary Focus Areas: Arts & Culture, Health Services

    Website: www.casadelaculturacenter.org

  • The Center Church

    Provide space to support, highlight and promote Latino entrepreneurship in the neighborhood


    Organization Budget: Less than $500K

    Primary Service Area: Stanislaus

    Primary Focus Areas: Other

    Instagram: @Laplazitadesouthmodesto

  • Center for Community Advocacy

    The Center for Community Advocacy (CCA) trains farmworkers to form and lead neighborhood-based tenant and health comités to advocate for improved housing and health conditions for themselves and others in Monterey and Santa Cruz County.


    Organization Budget: $1,000,001 – $3M

    Primary Service Area: Monterey, Santa Cruz

    Primary Focus Areas: Advocacy & Policy, Immigrant Rights & Legal Services

    Website: cca-viva.org

  • Center for Farmworker Families

    The purpose of the Center for Farmworker Families is to promote awareness about the difficult life circumstances of binational farmworker families while inspiring improvement in their lives in their current communities.


    Organization Budget: Less than $500K

    Primary Service Area: Monterey, Santa Cruz

    Primary Focus Areas: Health Services, Housing, Philanthropy, Research & Data, Advocacy & Policy

    Website: www.farmworkerfamily.org

  • Central American Resource Center (CARECEN)

    CARECEN empowers Central Americans and all immigrants by defending human and civil rights, working for social and economic justice and promoting cultural diversity.


    Primary Service Area: Los Angeles

    Primary Focus Areas: Advocacy & Policy, Civic Engagement, Immigrant Rights & Legal Services, Workforce Training

    Website: www.carecen-la.org

  • Central Coast Alliance United for a Sustainable Economy (CAUSE)

    CAUSE is a base-building organization for social, economic and environmental justice with Central Coast working class and immigrant communities. We build grassroots power through community organizing, leadership development, coalition building, and civic engagement.


    Organization Budget: $1,000,001 – $3M

    Primary Service Area: Santa Barbara, Ventura

    Primary Focus Areas: Civic Engagement, Immigrant Rights & Legal Services, Other; Voter Registration/Mobilization, Advocacy & Policy, Leadership Development & Youth Empowerment

    Website: causenow.org

  • Central Valley Empowerment Alliance

    Rooted in the Central Valley, the Central Valley Empowerment Alliance’s mission is to strengthen our communities by addressing the region’s education, housing, and economic equity through grassroots community building and civic engagement.


    Organization Budget: Less than $500K

    Primary Service Area: Fresno

    Primary Focus Areas: Arts & Culture, Civic Engagement, Community Engagement, Environment & Climate Change, Health Services, Housing, Youth Empowerment, Workforce Development

    Website: www.cvempowermentalliance.org

  • Central Valley Immigrant Integration Collaborative

    CVIIC empowers immigrant families and immigrant serving organizations in California’s Central Valley.


    Organization Budget: $501K – $1M

    Primary Service Area: Fresno, Kern, Kings, Madera, Merced, San Joaquin, Stanislaus, Tulare

    Primary Focus Areas: Immigrant Rights & Legal Services, Leadership Development & Youth Empowerment

    Website: CVIIC.org

  • Central Valley Scholars

    Our mission is to empower learners to realize their potential and capabilities by directly providing service, resources, and guidance. Reimagining education as a community relationship pathway to fulfill the unique needs of Central Valley residents.


    Organization Budget: Less than $500K

    Primary Service Area: Fresno, Kern, Kings,  Madera, Merced, San Joaquin, Stanislaus, Tulare

    Primary Focus Areas: Arts & Culture, Boys & Men of Color Empowerment, Community Engagement, Economic Development, Education Services, Family & Parent Engagement, Girls & Women of Color Empowerment, Leadership Development, LGBTQ Rights, Media, Research & Data, Youth Empowerment, Workforce Development

    Website: www.centralvalleyscholars.org

  • Centro Binacional para el Desarrollo Indigena Oaxaqueno (CBDIO)

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    Centro Binacional para el Desarrollo Indigena Oaxaqueno (CBDIO) serves indigenous Mexican migrant communities in California through projects focused on worker’s rights as well as promoting intensive ethical training of indigenous interpreters, helping them to serve as a compassionate intermediary between monolingual indigenous migrants and various government institutions.

    LCF invests in CBDIO to promote a culturally-rooted, trauma-informed approach that reduces community violence and promotes community health and wellness in partnership with other leaders of NOPAL.


    Organization Budget: $1,000,001 – $3M

    Primary Service Area: Fresno, Madera, Monterey, Tulare

    Primary Focus Areas: Civic Engagement, Economic Development, Family & Parent Engagement, Health Services, Immigrant Rights & Legal Services, Advocacy & Policy

    Website: centrobinacional.org

  • Centro Community Partners

    To build thriving communities by providing underserved, low-to-moderate income (LMI) women and minorities with entrepreneurship education, financial literacy, mentorship and access to capital to help them start or grow microenterprises.


    Organization Budget: $1,000,001 – $3M

    Primary Service Area: Alameda, Monterey, San Bernardino, San Francisco, San Joaquin, Santa Clara

    Primary Focus Areas: Economic Development, Entrepreneurship

    Website: centrocommunity.org

  • Centro La Familia Advocacy Services, Inc.

    Empowering people to access life-sustaining resources.


    Primary Service Area: Fresno

    Primary Focus Areas: Civic Engagement, Economic Development, Immigrant Rights & Legal Services

    Website: www.centrolafamilia.org

  • Centro Legal de la Raza

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    Serving the East Bay region of Northern California, Centro Legal de la Raza is a comprehensive legal services agency protecting and advancing the rights of immigrant, low-income, and Latino communities through bilingual legal representation, education, and advocacy.

    LCF invests in Centro Legal de la Raza to provide legal representation to young immigrants through consultations and clinics.


    Organization Budget: $5,000,001 – $10M

    Primary Service Area: Alameda

    Primary Focus Areas: Civic Engagement, Community Engagement, Housing, Immigrant Rights & Legal Services

    Website: centrolegal.org

  • Chicana Latina Foundation

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    Chicana Latina Foundation (CLF) promotes professional and leadership development of Chicanas/Latinas through workshops and programs for personal, educational, and professional advancement.

    LCF invests in CLF to provide scholarships for women seeking to advance their education and careers.


    Organization Budget: Less than $500K

    Primary Service Area: Alameda, Contra Costa, Marin, Sacramento, San Francisco, San Mateo, Santa Clara, Santa Cruz, Solano, Sonoma, Yolo

    Primary Focus Areas: Community Engagement, Education Services, Girls & Women of Color Empowerment, Leadership Development

    Website: www.chicanalatina.org

  • Chicano Latino Youth Leadership Project

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    Chicano Latino Youth Leadership Project (CLYLP) is a leadership development program that emphasizes the importance of culture, community, college, and careers for students wanting to participate in California’s economic, social, and political development.

    LCF invests in CLYLP to provide students with the opportunities to network and develop skills that will help them succeed in college and beyond.


    Organization Budget: Less than $500K

    Primary Service Area: Alameda, Fresno, Los Angeles, Sacramento

    Primary Focus Areas: Boys & Men of Color Empowerment, Civic Engagement, Girls & Women of Color Empowerment, Leadership Development, Youth Empowerment

    Website: clylp.org

  • Children's Day School

    We strive for balance so students become both academically successful and grounded. They leave CDS confident, with the humility to listen and the resolve to speak up for what they see as right.

    Supported by a Donor-Advised Fund


    Primary Service Area: San Francisco

    Primary Focus Areas: Education Services

    Website: www.cds-sf.org

  • Chispa Education Fund

    Chispa Education Fund, a fund of Tides Foundation, promotes and fosters transformative, intersectional organizing among young Latinxs in Orange County to uproot systems of oppression and cultivate systems grounded in community accountability and solidarity.


    Organization Budget: $501K – $1M

    Primary Service Area: Orange

    Primary Focus Areas: Civic Engagement, Community Engagement, Leadership Development, Youth Empowerment, Advocacy & Policy

    Website: www.chispaoc.org

  • Cielo - Community for Innovation Entrepreneurship Leadership Opportunities

    CIELO catalyzes hope, resilience, and stability in under-resourced communities by helping enterprising individuals transform their dreams of owning a neighborhood business into reality.


    Primary Service Area: Orange

    Primary Focus Areas:Economic Development

    Website: cielocommunity.org

  • CityTeam Ministries

    CityTeam is a faith-based nonprofit, compassionately serving our neighbors experiencing homelessness, poverty, hunger, and addiction in San Jose, Chester, San Francisco, Oakland, and Portland.


    Primary Service Area: Statewide

    Primary Focus Areas: Health Services

    Website: cityteam.org

  • Clínica Tepati

    Clínica Tepati seeks to provide essential and free healthcare services to the underserved communities of Sacramento and its surrounding areas, including but not limited to health screening, health education, primary care and patient advocacy.


    Organization Budget: Less than $500K

    Primary Service Area: Placer, Sacramento, Stanislaus

    Primary Focus Areas: Health Services

    Website: clinicatepati.com

  • Coalition for Humane Immigrant Rights

    CHIRLA’S mission is to achieve a just society, fully inclusive of immigrants.


    Organization Budget: $10,000,001 – $50M

    Primary Service Area: Imperial, Kern, Los Angeles, Orange, Riverside, Sacramento, San Bernardino, Tulare

    Primary Focus Areas: Civic Engagement, Community Engagement, Immigrant Rights & Legal Services, Youth Empowerment, Advocacy & Policy

    Website: www.chirla.org

  • Coco Coalition Inc

    Community Coalition works to help transform the social and economic conditions in South LA that foster addiction, crime, violence and poverty by building a community institution that involves thousands in creating, influencing and changing public policy.


    Organization Budget: $1,000,001 – $3M

    Primary Service Area: Los Angeles

    Primary Focus Areas: Advocacy & Policy

    Website: cocosouthla.org

  • Comite Civico del Valle, Inc.

    Comité Civico del Valle, Inc. (“CCV”) is a California non-profit organization based in Brawley, California with the mission to improve access to healthcare, information, and prevention programs for low-income, underrepresented, and underserved community members.


    Organization Budget: $3,000,001 – $5M

    Primary Service Area: Imperial

    Primary Focus Areas:Civic Engagement, Community Engagement, Environment & Climate Change, Health Services, Leadership Development, Promotora Network, Research & Data, Youth Empowerment, Advocacy & Policy

    Website: www.ccvhealth.org

  • Communities Organize for Relational Power in Action (COPA)

    To develop leadership skills in ordinary people so they can engage effectively in public life; to build power to negotiate with public and private sector leaders; to work for the common good of our families.


    Organization Budget: Less thank $500K

    Primary Service Area: Monterey, Santa Cruz

    Primary Focus Areas: Civic Engagement, Community Engagement, Leadership Development, Advocacy & Policy

    Website: www.copaiaf.org

  • Communities United for Youth Restorative Justice

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    Communities United for Youth Restorative Justice (CURYJ) provides training and technical assistance to young people who have been impacted by the criminal justice system, helping them to make positive changes, break the cycle of violence and poverty in their lives, and prepare to become leaders in their communities.

    LCF invests in CURYJ to provide support for programs that empower Latino boys.


    Organization Budget: $3,000,001 – $5M

    Primary Service Area: Alameda County

    Primary Focus Areas: Arts & Culture, Leadership Development, Violence Prevention, Youth Empowerment, Advocacy & Policy

    Website: www.curyj.org

  • Community Action Board of Santa Cruz County, Inc. (CAB)

    CAB’s mission is to partner with the community to eliminate poverty and create social change through advocacy and essential services.


    Organization Budget: $3,000,001 – $5M

    Primary Service Area: Monterey, San Luis Obispo, Santa Cruz

    Primary Focus Areas: Civic Engagement, Community Engagement, Education Services, Family & Parent Engagement, Housing, Immigrant Rights & Legal Services, Leadership Development, Promotora Network, Violence Prevention, Youth Empowerment, Advocacy & Policy, Workforce Development

    Website: www.cabinc.org

  • Community Health Initiative Napa County

    To improve the health of community members residing in Napa County, California by improving access to health care services through health insurance enrollment, education, advocacy, and resource support.


    Organization Budget: $1,000,001 – $3M

    Primary Service Area: Napa

    Primary Focus Areas:Civic Engagement, Health Services, Advocacy & Policy

    Website: www.napachi.org

  • Community Power Collective

    CPC builds power with low-income tenants and workers in Boyle Heights, East LA, and the greater Los Angeles area. We work through transformative, cross-sectoral organizing to propagate systems of cooperation and economic justice.


    Organization Budget: $1,000,001 – $3M

    Primary Service Area: Los Angeles

    Primary Focus Areas: Arts & Culture, Housing, Leadership Development, Advocacy & Policy

    Website: cpcollective.org

  • Community Water Center

    We believe clean water is a human right, not a privilege.
    Our Mission: The Community Water Center acts as a catalyst for community-driven water solutions through organizing, education, and advocacy in California.


    Organization Budget: $5,000,001 – $10M

    Primary Service Area: Fresno, Kern, Kings, Monterey, San Benito, Santa Cruz, Tulare

    Primary Focus Areas: Civic Engagement, Community Engagement, Environment & Climate Change, Girls & Women of Color Empowerment, Leadership Development, Media; Research & Data, Advocacy & Policy

    Website: www.communitywatercenter.org

  • Comunidades Indígenas en Liderazgo (CIELO)

    Comunidades Indígenas en liderazgo (CIELO) is an Indigenous women-led non-profit organization that works jointly with Indigenous communities residing in Los Angeles. One of our priorities is to fight for social justice through a cultural lens.


    Organization Budget: $1,000,001 – $3M

    Primary Service Area: Los Angeles

    Primary Focus Areas: Advocacy & Policy, Community Engagement, Girls & Women of Color Empowerment

    Website: mycielo.org

  • Community Overcoming Relationship Abuse (CORA)

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    Community Overcoming Relationship Abuse (CORA) is dedicated to helping those affected by domestic violence through counseling, emergency housing, legal assistance, and more.

    LCF invests in CORA to provide comprehensive legal support for survivors of domestic violence.


    Organization Budget: $5,000,001 – $10M

    Primary Service Area: San Mateo County

    Primary Focus Areas: Health Services, Housing, Violence Prevention

    Website: www.corasupport.org

  • Corazón Healdsburg

    Corazón Healdsburg’s mission is to bridge the racial, cultural and economic divides in Northern Sonoma County.


    Organization Budget: $1,000,001 – $3M

    Primary Service Area: Sonoma

    Primary Focus Areas: Arts & Culture, Community Engagement, Education Services, Leadership Development & Youth Empowerment

    Website: corazonhealdsburg.org

  • Creating Restorative Opportunities and Programs

    To restore the lives of formerly incarcerated people and heal the communities to which they are returning through personal leadership, upskilling, employment, and short- and long-term housing.


    Primary Service Area: Alameda

    Primary Focus Areas: Community Engagement, Leadership Development

    Website: croporganization.org

  • Creser Capital Fund

    Creser Capital Fund will accelerate access to capital and unlock the Latino economic growth engine’s force to promote the development and advancement of Latino businesses to power the next generation’s future.


    Organization Budget: $501K – $1M

    Primary Service Area: Sonoma

    Primary Focus Areas: Entrepreneurship, Financial Institute

    Website: cresercapital.org

  • Cultiva La Salud

    Cultiva La Salud is on a mission is to engage, inform and inspire Latino residents in the San Joaquin Valley who are low-income and live in disadvantaged places to become actively involved in promoting their health, the health of their families and broader community.


    Organization Budget: $1,000,001 – $3M

    Primary Service Area: Fresno, Merced

    Primary Focus Areas: Advocacy & Policy

    Website: www.cultivalasalud.org

  • Daffy Charitable Fund

    Daffy is the Donor-Advised Fund for You™, a not-for-profit community built around a new, modern platform for giving, one built around the commitment to give, not the amount you give. Our mission is to help people to be more generous, more often.

    Supported by a Donor-Advised Fund


    Primary Focus Areas: Philanthropy

    Website: daffy.org

  • Dev Mission

    Dev/Mission is a bold 501(c)(3) nonprofit whose mission is to train underprivileged youth of color for technology careers, reducing the digital divide and building wealth and prosperity in San Francisco’s diverse communities.


    Organization Budget: $501K – $1M

    Primary Service Area: Alameda, Contra Costa, San Francisco, San Mateo, Santa Clara

    Primary Focus Areas: Boys & Men of Color Empowerment, Community Engagement, Education Services, Girls & Women of Color Empowerment, S.T.E.M. Training, Youth Empowerment, Workforce Development

    Website: devmission.org

  • Digital NEST

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    Digital NEST (Nurturing Entrepreneurial Skills with Technology) provides Latino youth with digital technology and teaches them the skills they need to enter higher education, start businesses and careers, and compete in the 21st century job market.

    LCF invests in Digital NEST to support their bizNEST program, which helps young people prepare for careers by providing them with paid jobs as tech consultants in their communities.


    Primary Service Area: Monterey, Santa Clara,  Santa Cruz

    Primary Focus Areas: Arts & Culture, Community Engagement, Economic Development, Media, Youth Empowerment, Workforce Development

    Website: digitalnest.org

  • Dolores Huerta Foundation

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    Dolores Huerta Foundation organizes at the grassroots level, creating leadership opportunities within the areas of community organizing, leadership development, civic engagement, and policy advocacy.


    Organization Budget: $50,000,001 – $100M

    Primary Service Area: Central Valley

    Primary Focus Areas: Arts & Culture, Boys & Men of Color Empowerment, Civic Engagement, Community Engagement, Education Services, Environment & Climate Change, Family & Parent Engagement, Health Services, Housing, Immigrant Rights & Legal Services, Leadership Development, LGBTQ Rights, Voter Registration/Mobilization, Youth Empowerment, Advocacy & Policy

    Website: doloreshuerta.org

  • Dominican Hospital Foundation

    The goal of The Dominican Hospital Foundation is to respond and support the changing health care needs of the people within the area served by Dominican Hospital.

    Supported by a Donor-Advised Fund


    Primary Service Area: Santa Cruz

    Website: www.supportdominican.org

  • El/La Para TransLatinas

    El/La’s mission is to advocate for the rights of TransLatinas. We work to build a world where TransLatinas feel they deserve to protect, love, and develop themselves.


    Primary Service Area: San Francisco

    Primary Focus Areas: Civic Engagement, Community Engagement, Education Services, Girls & Women of Color Empowerment, Leadership Development, LGBTQ Rights, Violence Prevention, Advocacy & Policy, Workforce Development

    Website: www.ellaparatranslatinas.org

  • Electronic Frontier Foundation

    The Electronic Frontier Foundation is the leading nonprofit organization defending civil liberties in the digital world. Founded in 1990, EFF champions user privacy, free expression, and innovation through impact litigation, policy analysis, grassroots activism, and technology development. EFF’s mission is to ensure that technology supports freedom, justice, and innovation for all people of the world.

    Supported by a Donor-Advised Fund


    Primary Service Area: San Francisco

    Primary Focus Areas: Media

    Website: eff.org

  • Every Neighborhood Partnership

    To connect churches and other community partners with elementary schools, and equip them to serve through their active presence in every neighborhood.


    Primary Service Area: Fresno

    Primary Focus Areas: Civic Engagement; Education Services

    Website: everyneighborhood.org

  • Exceptional Family Center

    Exceptional Family Center was founded in 2007 by a group of parents and professionals who recognized the need for a center that is culturally sensitive to the unique needs of our diverse community. Our center was created with the intent to provide families of children with a developmental disability with the tools and resources that they need to help their children succeed. What began as an annual conference soon turned in to a center that, today, assists over 300 families by providing them with services that target their specific needs.


    Primary Service Area: Kern

    Primary Focus Areas: Education Services, Health Services, Leadership Development & Youth Empowerment

    Website: www.kernefc.org

  • Fondo de Solidaridad de Mountain View

    Fondo de Solidaridad de Mountain View is a group of Latina immigrant women in Mountain View that supports the economic well-being, mental health, and housing stability of Latino families in our community.


    Organization Budget: $1,000,001 – $3M

    Primary Service Area: Santa Clara

    Primary Focus Areas: Economic Development, Housing, Immigrant Rights & Legal Services

    Website: lamvcf.org

  • Foodwhat Incorporated

    Youth engage in relationships with land, food, and each other, grounded in love and rooted in justice, to define and cultivate their empowerment, liberation, and well-being.


    Organization Budget: $1,000,001 – $3M

    Primary Service Area: Santa Cruz

    Primary Focus Areas: Youth Empowerment

    Website: www.foodwhat.org

  • Fresno Area Hispanic Foundation

    The Fresno Area Hispanic Foundation promotes education and self-sufficiency through economic development that strength the community.


    Organization Budget: $5,000,001 – $10M

    Primary Service Area: Fresno, Kern, Kings, Madera, Merced, San Joaquin, Stanislaus, Tulare

    Primary Focus Areas: Economic Development, Entrepreneurship, Financial Institute

    Website: www.fresnoahf.org

  • Friends of the Carpinteria Public Library

    Friends of the Carpinteria Public Library support the Carpinteria Library in meeting the needs of their community.


    Primary Service Area: Santa Barbara

    Primary Focus Areas: Other

    Website: focl.wildapricot.org

  • Future Leaders of America

    FLA develops youth resiliency and leadership to create long-lasting systemic change by empowering and mobilizing youth leaders to advocate for policies that improve their lives and the lives of their peers and their communities.


    Organization Budget: $1,000,001 – $3M

    Primary Service Area: Santa Barbara, Ventura

    Primary Focus Areas: Arts & Culture, Civic Engagement, Community Engagement, Education Services, Family & Parent Engagement, Leadership Development, Youth Empowerment, Advocacy & Policy

    Website: futureleadersnow.org

  • Future Leaders of America, East Bay Area Inc.

    To provide educational commitment, leadership training, and promote the personal development of selected talented youth for the purpose of fostering a greater awareness and participation in responsible leadership in a global and democratic society.


    Organization Budget: Less than $500K

    Primary Service Area: Alameda, Contra Costa

    Primary Focus Areas: Civic Engagement, Education Services, Family & Parent Engagement, Leadership Development, Youth Empowerment

    Website: www.flaeastbay.org

  • Gente Organizada

    Gente Organizada (Gente) is a community-led social action non-profit organization dedicated to building intergenerational power and wellness for youth and immigrant families in Pomona.


    Organization Budget: $1,000,001 – $3M

    Primary Service Area: Los Angeles

    Primary Focus Areas: Arts & Culture, Civic Engagement, Community Engagement, Economic Development, Family & Parent Engagement, Leadership Development, Youth Empowerment, Advocacy & Policy

    Website: www.genteorganizada.org

  • Girls Inc. of the Central Coast

    To inspire all girls to be strong, smart, and bold
    and to respect themselves and the world around them.

    Supported by a Donor-Advised Fund


    Primary Service Area: Monterey

    Primary Focus Areas: Girls & Women of Color Empowerment

    Website: girlsinccc.org

  • GiveDirectly, Inc

    GiveDirectly aims to reshape international giving, making unconditional, direct cash transfers to the poor the benchmark against which other interventions are evaluated.

    Supported by a Donor-Advised Fund


    Primary Focus Areas: Economic Development

    Website: www.givedirectly.org

  • Grassroots International Inc.

    Grassroots International works in partnership with social movements to create a just and sustainable world by advancing the human rights to land, water, and food through global grantmaking, building solidarity across organizations and movements.

    Supported by a Donor-Advised Fund


    Primary Focus Areas: Foundation

    Website: www.grassrootsonline.org

  • Hispanas Organized for Political Equality-California (HOPE)

    To ensure political and economic parity for Latinas through leadership, advocacy and education to benefit all communities and the status of women.


    Primary Service Area: Los Angeles

    Primary Focus Areas: Civic Engagement, Girls & Women of Color Empowerment, Leadership Development & Youth Empowerment

    Website: www.latinas.org

  • Hispanic Foundation of Silicon Valley

    We are dedicated to empowering the lives and futures of Latinos in Silicon Valley through community philanthropy, investment in educational excellence, leadership development, and the convening and engaging of the region’s dynamic Hispanic community.


    Organization Budget: $1,000,001 – $3M

    Primary Service Area: San Mateo, Santa Clara

    Primary Focus Areas: Education Services, Family & Parent Engagement

    Website: www.hfsv.org

  • Hispanics in Philanthropy (HIP)

    Hispanics in Philanthropy is dedicated to empowering the lives and futures of Latinos in Silicon Valley through community philanthropy, investment in educational excellence, leadership development, and the convening and engaging of the region’s dynamic Hispanic community.


    Primary Focus Areas: Leadership Development & Youth Empowerment

    Website: hipfunds.org

  • Homies Organizing the Mission to Empower Youth

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    Homies Organizing the Mission to Empower Youth (HOMEY) focuses on youth development and violence prevention, empowering youth to work together at bettering their communities.

    LCF invests in HOMEY to transform the lives of high-risk youth and inspire them not only to choose a path of education, self-sufficiency, and non-violence, but also to strive towards physical, mental, and emotional health.


    Organization Budget: $5,000,001 – $10M

    Primary Service Area: San Francisco

    Primary Focus Areas: Arts & Culture, Community Engagement, Housing, Leadership Development, Violence Prevention, Youth Empowerment

    Website: www.homey-sf.org

  • Imperial Valley Equity and Justice Coalition

    Imperial Valley Equity and Justice Coalition is an intergenerational organization of community members who advocate for community empowerment, social and environmental justice, and health equity.


    Organization Budget: Less than $500K

    Primary Service Area: Imperial

    Primary Focus Areas: Arts & Culture, Civic Engagement, Community Engagement, Environment & Climate Change, Leadership Development, Research & Data, Voter Registration/Mobilization,Youth Empowerment, Advocacy & Policy

    Website: ivequityjustice.org

  • Inclusive Action for the City

    Inclusive Action for the City (IAC) is a nonprofit, Community Development Financial Institution whose mission is to bring people together to build strong local economies that uplift low-income urban communities.


    Organization Budget: $3,000,001 – $5M

    Primary Service Area: Los Angeles

    Primary Focus Areas: Economic Development, Entrepreneurship, Financial Institute, Advocacy & Policy

    Website: www.inclusiveaction.org

  • InnerCity Struggle (ICS)

    The mission of InnerCity Struggle (ICS) is to ignite a transformational and intergenerational movement by building community power to advance justice, life opportunities and dignity in the Eastside of Los Angeles.


    Organization Budget: $3,000,001 – $5M

    Primary Service Area: Los Angeles

    Primary Focus Areas: Arts & Culture, Boys & Men of Color Empowerment, Civic Engagement, Community Engagement, Education Services, Family & Parent Engagement, Housing, Leadership Development, Voter Registration/Mobilization, Youth Empowerment, Advocacy & Policy

    Website: innercitystruggle.org

  • Integral Community Solutions Institute (ICSI)

    Integral Community Services Institute (ICSI), a 501(c)3 non-profit mental health agency. ICSI was founded in 2011 by a group of community mental health experts, providers, and advocates.

    Over the years, ICSI has contracted with several local agencies and schools to provide mental health services to individuals and families in need. ICSI believes in promoting community health through advocacy and wellness of the body, mind, and spirit.

    Our mental health consumer base includes children, youths, and their families exposed to trauma; women and families of victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, and human trafficking.


    Organization Budget: Less than $500K

    Primary Service Area: Fresno, Madera

    Primary Focus Areas: Arts & Culture, Boys & Men of Color Empowerment, Community Engagement, Education Services, Entrepreneurship, Family & Parent Engagement, Girls & Women of Color Empowerment, Health Services, LGBTQ Rights, Research & Data, Violence Prevention, Youth Empowerment, Advocacy & Policy, Leadership Development & Youth Empowerment

    Website: communitycounseling.services

  • Interfaith Movement for Human Integrity

    Interfaith Movement for Human Integrity is a statewide California organization that connects clergy and people of faith to the work of social justice. We work to make the criminal justice system more just, and the immigration system more fair and humane.


    Primary Service Area: Statewide

    Primary Focus Areas: Advocacy and Policy

    Website: www.im4humanintegrity.org

  • Internet Archive

    To give everyone access to all knowledge, forever. For free.

    Supported by a Donor-Advised Fund


    Primary Focus Areas: Media

    Website: www.archive.org

  • InterVarsity Christian Fellowship USA

    Their vision is to see students and faculty transformed, campuses renewed, and world changers developed.


    Primary Service Area: Statewide

    Primary Focus Areas: Education Services

    Website: intervarsity.org

  • Invest In Me

    Invest In Me, is a youth driven nonprofit focused on self-empowerment, leadership, civic engagement and well-being on the Westside of Stanislaus County.


    Organization Budget: Less than $500K

    Primary Service Area: Stanislaus

    Primary Focus Areas: Arts & Culture, Civic Engagement, Community Engagement, Education Services, Girls & Women of Color Empowerment, Leadership Development, Voter Registration/Mobilization, Youth Empowerment

    Website: www.investin-me.org

  • Jerry Loyola Foundation

    The Jerry Loyola Foundation provides quality of life donations to members of the community battling cancer and local oncology clinics, educational support to athletes in the community as well as funding to maintain junior golf programs.


    Primary Service Area: Monterey

    Primary Focus Areas: Philanthropy

    Website: www.jerryloyolafoundation.org

  • Kara

    Kara’s mission is to provide grief support for children, teens, families and adults. Our guiding values are empathy and compassion. Every day Kara provides caring support to children and adults affected by loss and grief.


    Primary Service Area: Santa Clara

    Primary Focus Areas: Health Services

    Website: kara-grief.org

  • KBBF 89.1 FM Radio

    Our Vision – To create a strong multilingual voice that empowers and engages the community at large to achieve social justice through education, celebration of culture and delivery of local and international news coverage.


    Organization Budget: Less than $500K

    Primary Service Area: Lake, Napa, Solano, Sonoma

    Primary Focus Areas: Media

    Website: kbbf.org

  • Koreatown Immigrant Workers Alliance (KIWA)

    Founded in 1992, the mission of KIWA (Koreatown Immigrant Workers Alliance) is to build power with immigrant workers in low-wage industries to bring about a more just and inclusive Los Angeles.


    Organization Budget: $5,000,001 – $10M

    Primary Service Area: Los Angeles

    Primary Focus Areas: Civic Engagement, Community Engagement, Housing, Immigrant Rights & Legal Services, Leadership Development, Advocacy & Policy, Workforce Development

    Website: kiwa.org 

  • La Familia Counseling Services

    We provide underserved multicultural communities with the tools and support necessary to build resilience, wellness, and economic power.


    Organization Budget: $10,000,001 – $50M

    Primary Service Area: Alameda, Contra Costa, Stanislaus

    Primary Focus Areas: Arts & Culture, Boys & Men of Color Empowerment, Civic Engagement, Community Engagement, Education Services, Family & Parent Engagement, Girls & Women of Color Empowerment, Health Services, Leadership Development, Promotora Network, Violence Prevention, Youth Empowerment

    Website: livelafamilia.org

  • La Familia Sana

    La Familia Sana is a nimble bottom-up grassroots organization that assists underserved people.

    We partner to co-create equitable and culturally cognizant solutions with community members to address long-term needs for healthcare, jobs, food, and education.


    Organization Budget: Less than $500K

    Primary Service Area: Sonoma

    Primary Focus Areas: Arts & Culture, Community Engagement

    Website: www.lafamiliasana.org

  • La Luz Bilingual Center

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    La Luz Bilingual Center provides English language training and financial support services, teaches computer skills, distributes food, hosts medical and legal services, offers crisis counseling, and supports events that celebrate the multicultural richness of the community.

    LCF invests in La Luz to support disadvantaged families experiencing economic and social crises and seeking opportunities to become economically self-sufficient.


    Organization Budget: $1,000,001 – $3M

    Primary Service Area: Sonoma Valley

    Primary Focus Areas: Civic Engagement, Community Engagement, Economic Development, Immigrant Rights & Legal Services, Leadership Development & Youth Empowerment

    Website: www.laluzcenter.org

  • The Latina Center

    The mission of The Latina Center is to improve the health and well-being of our Latino community by providing leadership and personal development opportunities for all Latinos.


    Organization Budget: $501K – $1M

    Primary Service Area: Contra Costa

    Primary Focus Areas: Civic Engagement, Community Engagement, Entrepreneurship, Family & Parent Engagement, Girls & Women of Color Empowerment, Immigrant Rights & Legal Services, Leadership Development, Youth Empowerment, Advocacy & Policy

    Website: www.thelatinacenter.org

  • Latinas Contra Cancer

    Latinas Contra Cancer creates an inclusive health care system that provides services to the underserved Latino population around issues of breast and other cancers.


    Organization Budget: $501K – $1M

    Primary Service Area: Santa Clara

    Primary Focus Areas: Girls & Women of Color Empowerment, Health Services, Housing, Promotora Network, Advocacy & Policy

    Website: latinascontracancer.org

  • Latino Commission on Alcohol and Drug Abuse Services

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    The Latino Commission helps people improve their quality of life and health by providing culturally-competent services through residential and outpatient substance abuse treatment, transitional sober living, health education and prevention programs, case management, safety-net services, and public awareness.

    LCF invests in The Latino Commission to support comprehensive teen pregnancy prevention and youth leadership development programs that use Xinachtli, an indigenous female rites of passage curriculum, to engage youth, their parents, and community members in the primarily farmworker community of Cutler-Orosi.


    Organization Budget: $3,000,001 – $5M

    Primary Service Area: San Mateo County, San Francisco County, and Tulare County

    Primary Focus Areas: Health, Education, Community Engagement, Leadership Development

    Website: www.thelatinocommission.org

  • Leadership Counsel for Justice and Accountability

    Leadership Counsel for Justice and Accountability works alongside the most impacted communities to advocate for sound policy and eradicate injustice to secure equal access to opportunity regardless of wealth, race, income, and place.


    Organization Budget: $5,000,001 – $10M

    Primary Service Area: Fresno, Kern, Madera, Merced, Riverside, Sacramento, Tulare

    Primary Focus Areas: Civic Engagement, Community Engagement, Environment & Climate Change, Housing, Leadership Development, Advocacy & Policy

    Website: www.leadershipcounsel.org

  • LeaderSpring Center

    LeaderSpring Center transforms the systems in which we work by centering racial equity and inclusion as 21st century leadership competencies.


    Primary Service Area: Alameda

    Primary Focus Area: Leadership Development & Youth Empowerment

    Website: leaderspring.org

  • Los Cien Sonoma County Inc.

    Primary Service Area: Sonoma

    Primary Focus Areas: Advocacy & Policy, Civic Engagement, Leadership Development & Youth Empowerment

    Website: www.loscien.org

  • LOUD For Tomorrow

    LOUD For Tomorrow, is a grassroots LGBTQ Latinx youth-led organization based in the Central Valley of California, building youth power to transform our schools and communities through civic engagement, advocacy, and community healing.


    Organization Budget: $1,000,001 – $3M

    Primary Service Area: Kern, Tulare

    Primary Focus Areas: Arts & Culture, Civic Engagement, Community Engagement, Environment & Climate Change, Housing, Immigrant Rights & Legal Services, Leadership Development, LGBTQ Rights, Voter Registration/Mobilization, Youth Empowerment, Advocacy & Policy

    Website: loudfor.org

  • Marin Montessori School Inc.

    Every day at Marin Montessori School, we empower students with the time and space to dig deep, to learn by doing, to tackle real challenges, and to ignite their passions.

    When students take ownership of their learning, they develop the skills to confidently navigate academics and life.

    Supported by a Donor-Advised Fund


    Primary Focus Areas: Education Services

    Website: www.marinmontessori.org

  • Motivating Individual Leadership for Public Advancement (MILPA)

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    Motivating Individual Leadership for Public Advancement (MILPA) provides culturally competent leadership development, networking, and entrepreneurship opportunities that build community power, promote upward mobility, and focus on social change.

    LCF invests in MILPA to promote a culturally-rooted, trauma-informed approach that reduces community violence and promotes community health and wellness.


    Primary Service Area: Alameda

    Primary Focus Areas: Arts & Culture, Boys & Men of Color Empowerment, Civic Engagement, Community Engagement, Environment & Climate Change, Leadership Development, Media, Research & Data, Violence Prevention, Youth Empowerment, Advocacy & Policy, Workforce Development

    Website: milpacollective.org

  • Mixteco/Indigena Community Organizing Project

    To support, organize and empower the indigenous migrant communities in California’s Central Coast.


    Organization Budget: $5,000,001 – $10M

    Primary Service Area: San Luis Obispo, Santa Barbara, Ventura

    Primary Focus Areas: Civic Engagement, Community Engagement, Immigrant Rights & Legal Services, Leadership Development, Promotora Network, Youth Empowerment, Advocacy & Policy

    Website: www.mixteco.org

  • Monarch Services - Servicios Monarca

    Lives free from violence and abuse.


    Organization Budget: Less than $500K

    Primary Service Area: Monterey, Santa Cruz

    Primary Focus Areas: Community Engagement, Girls & Women of Color Empowerment, Immigrant Rights & Legal Services, Advocacy & Policy

    Website: www.monarchscc.org

  • Monte Vista Christian School

    We empower learners to achieve their highest potential through Christ-centered educational excellence by courageously engaging in God’s redemptive work throughout our world.

    Supported by a Donor-Advised Fund


    Primary Service Area: San Francisco Bay Area

    Primary Focus Areas: Education Services

    Website: www.mvcs.org

  • Monument Impact

    The mission of Monument Impact is to ensure that immigrants, refugees and low income residents in Concord and surrounding communities have the voice, tools and relationships for an equitable share of the social and economic wealth in our region.


    Organization Budget: $1,000,001 – $3M

    Primary Service Area: Contra Costa

    Primary Focus Areas: Arts & Culture, Civic Engagement, Community Engagement, Economic Development, Entrepreneurship, Health Services, Housing, Immigrant Rights & Legal Services, Leadership Development, Promotora Network, Advocacy & Policy, S.T.E.M. Training, Workforce Development

    Website: www.monumentimpact.org

  • Movement for Black Lives

    The Movement for Black Lives (M4BL) formed in December of 2014, was created as a space for Black organizations across the country to debate and discuss the current political conditions, develop shared assessments of what political interventions were necessary in order to achieve key policy, cultural and political wins, convene organizational leadership in order to debate and co-create a shared movement wide strategy. Under the fundamental idea that we can achieve more together than we can separately.

    Supported by a Donor-Advised Fund


    Primary Service Area: Statewide

    Primary Focus Areas: Advocacy & Policy, Civic Engagement

    Website: m4bl.org

  • Mujeres en Accion

    We create opportunities for women to become economical self-sufficient and develop their leadership skills to act effectively in public life to make the changes their families and community need.


    Organization Budget: $501K – $1M

    Primary Service Area: Monterey, Santa Cruz

    Primary Focus Areas: Civic Engagement, Community Engagement, Economic Development, Education Services, Entrepreneurship, Family & Parent Engagement, Girls & Women of Color Empowerment, Health Services, Leadership Development, Promotora Network, Advocacy & Policy, Workforce Development

    Website: www.facebook.com/mujeresenaccionMTY

  • Mujeres Unidas y Activas

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    Mujeres Unidas y Activas (MUA) is a grassroots organization of Latina immigrant women with a double mission of promoting personal transformation and building community power for social and economic justice. They empower and educate through trainings to build economic security and leadership, work in diverse alliances, as well as organize campaigns to win immigrant, workers’ and women’s rights.

    LCF invests in MUA to support parenting and educational workshops focused on parenting skills, mental health, and English for Latina immigrant members.


    Organization Budget: $3,000,001 – $5M

    Primary Service Area: Alameda, San Francisco

    Primary Focus Areas: Civic Engagement, Community Organizing, Leadership Development, Immigrant Rights

    Website: mujeresunidas.net

  • Multicultural Institute

    To accompany immigrants in their transition from poverty and isolation to workforce participation and prosperity.


    Organization Budget: $501K – $1M

    Primary Service Area: Alameda

    Primary Focus Areas: Economic Development, S.T.E.M. & Workforce

    Website: mionline.org

  • Multiplier

    Kitchen Table Advisors fuels the economic viability of a multi-racial next generation of sustainable small farms and ranches.


    Organization Budget: $1,000,001 – $3M

    Primary Service Area: Alameda, Contra Costa, Marin, Monterey, Sacramento, San Benito, San Francisco, San Mateo, Santa Clara, Santa Cruz, Solano, Sonoma, Yolo

    Primary Focus Areas: Economic Development, Entrepreneurship, Food/Wine

    Website: www.kitchentableadvisors.org

  • National Day Laborer Organizing Network (NDLON)

    NDLON improves the lives of day laborers, migrants and low-wage workers. We build leadership and power among those facing injustice so they can challenge inequality and expand labor, civil and political rights for all.


    Primary Service Area: Los Angeles

    Primary Focus Areas: Advocacy & Policy, Civic Engagement, Immigrant Rights & Legal Services, Leadership Development

    Website: ndlon.org

  • Natural Resources All Families Foundation

    Our Mission is to is to Nurture Families from Pregnancy to Early Childhood.

    Supported by a Donor-Advised Fund


    Primary Service Area: San Francisco

    Primary Focus Areas: Health Services

    Website: naturalresources-sf.com

  • NDN Collective Inc.

    Our mission is grounded in Indigenous values and democratic principles of organizing. We are committed to creating a world that is more just and equitable for all people and the planet.

    Supported by a Donor-Advised Fund


    Primary Focus Areas: Advocacy & Policy, Civic Engagement, Leadership Development

    Website: ndncollective.org

  • No Immigrants No Spice

    No Immigrants No Spice aims to shed light on the positive impact immigrants have in this country and on our collective culture.


    Primary Service Area: San Mateo County

    Primary Focus Areas: Economic Development

    Website: noimmigrantsnospice.org

  • NorCal Resist

    NorCal Resist is building infrastructure against oppression and empowering communities through shared resources and support.


    Primary Service Area: Sacramento

    Primary Focus Areas: Community Engagement, Immigrant Rights & Legal Services

    Website: www.norcalresist.org

  • North Bay Jobs With Justice

    North Bay Jobs with Justice is a grassroots coalition of labor and community organizations building power and winning economic/racial justice by centering the voices and leadership of workers on the frontlines of climate change.


    Organization Budget: $501K – $1M

    Primary Service Area: Marin, Napa, Sonoma

    Primary Focus Areas: Community Engagement, Economic Development, Environment & Climate Change, Immigrant Rights & Legal Services, Leadership Development, Advocacy & Policy, Workforce Development

    Website: www.northbayjobswithjustice.org

  • North Bay Organizing Project

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    North Bay Organizing Project unites people to build leadership and grassroots power for social, economic, racial, and environmental justice.

    LCF invests in North Bay Organizing Project to support civic engagement and grassroots organizing efforts in Sonoma County.


    Organization Budget: $501K – $1M

    Primary Service Area: Sonoma County

    Primary Focus Areas: Arts & Culture, Boys & Men of Color Empowerment, Civic Engagement, Community Engagement, Environment & Climate Change, Girls & Women of Color Empowerment, Housing; Immigrant Rights & Legal Services, Leadership Development, Promotora Network, Voter Registration/Mobilization, Youth Empowerment, Advocacy & Policy

    Website: northbayop.org

  • Nuestra Casa de East Palo Alto

    Nuestra Casa de East Palo Alto exists to uplift Latino families in East Palo Alto and the mid-peninsula through community education, leadership development, and advocacy.


    Organization Budget: $1,000,001 – $3M

    Primary Service Area: San Mateo

    Primary Focus Areas: Community Engagement, Environment & Climate Change, Housing, Promotora Network, Voter Registration/Mobilization

    Website: www.NuestraCasa.org

  • Nuestra Comunidad

    To improve the health, safety, wellness of the community through disaster preparedness education, 9-1-1 awareness, and CPR training.


    Organization Budget: $501K – $1M

    Primary Service Area: Sonoma

    Primary Focus Areas: Education Services

    Website: www.nc707.org

  • On The Move

    To develop and sustain young people as leaders by building exceptional programs that challenge inequities in their communities.


    Organization Budget: $5,000,001 – $10M

    Primary Service Area: Alameda, Contra Costa, Napa, San Francisco, Solano, Sonoma

    Primary Focus Areas: Boys & Men of Color Empowerment, Civic Engagement, Community Engagement, Immigrant Rights & Legal Services, LGBTQ Rights, Voter Registration/Mobilization, Leadership Development & Youth Empowerment

    Website: www.onthemovebayarea.org

  • Opportunity Institute

    The work of the Opportunity Institute cuts across issue silos to address the complex barriers to social mobility at critical junctures in people’s lives. The Opportunity Institute focuses on educational opportunities, beginning with infant and toddler development and continuing to Pre-K through grade 12 schooling, higher education completion, and into early career and family support.


    Primary Focus Areas: Advocacy & Policy

    Website: theopportunityinstitute.org

  • Orange County Communities Organized for Responsible Development (OCCORD)

    Our Mission is to bring workers, families and community partners together to organize and advocate for good jobs, strong neighborhoods and an inclusive democracy in Orange County.


    Organization Budget: $1,000,001 – $3M

    Primary Service Area: Orange

    Primary Focus Areas: Civic Engagement, Community Engagement, Housing, Immigrant Rights & Legal Services, Leadership Development, Research & Data, Voter Registration/Mobilization, Youth Empowerment, Advocacy & Policy

    Website: www.occord.org

  • Organización en California de Líderes Campesinas, Inc.

    Lideres Campesinas’ Mission is to strengthen the leadership of farmworker women to be agents of social, economic and political change to ensure their human rights.


    Organization Budget: $1,000,001 – $3M

    Primary Service Area: Fresno, Imperial, Kern; Madera, Merced, Monterey, Napa, Riverside, Sacramento, San Luis Obispo, Santa Barbara, Sonoma, Tulare, Ventura, Yolo, Yuba

    Primary Focus Areas: Civic Engagement, Community Engagement, Economic Development, Education Services, Environment & Climate Change, Family & Parent Engagement, Food/Wine, Health Services, Immigrant Rights & Legal Services, Violence Prevention, Youth Empowerment, Advocacy & Policy, Leadership Development & Youth Empowerment

    Website: www.liderescampesinas.org

  • OYE Latinx Youth Conference

    The OYE Conference brings together local teens, young adults and their parents to explore questions of identity and purpose, to build community through a fun and interactive day full of hands on workshops, inspirational speakers, artistic expression and community resource sharing and networking.


    Primary Service Area: San Mateo

    Primary Focus Areas: Education Services, Leadership Development & Youth Empowerment

  • Pequenos Empresarios

    Pequenos Empresarios mission is to help educate elementary-school-aged children through various workshops in Spanish that will strengthen and improve their social and family bonds, while learning a second language.


    Organization Budget: Less than $500K

    Primary Service Area: Fresno, Madera

    Primary Focus Areas: Arts & Culture, Community Engagement, Economic Development, Education Services, Entrepreneurship, Environment & Climate Change, Family & Parent Engagement, Leadership Development, Voter Registration/Mobilization, Youth Empowerment, Workforce Development

    Website: www.pequenosempresarios.org

  • Planned Parenthood Federation of America Inc

    Planned Parenthood is on a mission to ensure all people have access to the care and resources they need to make informed decisions about their bodies, their lives, and their futures.

    Supported by a Donor-Advised Fund


    Primary Focus Areas: Advocacy & Policy, Health Services, Immigrant Rights & Legal Services

    Website: www.plannedparenthood.org

  • Pomona Economic Opportunity Center

    The Pomona Economic Opportunity Center (PEOC) is a non-profit with a mission to empower low-wage, immigrant workers in Pomona and across the Inland Empire (IE).


    Organization Budget: $1,000,001 – $3M

    Primary Service Area: Los Angeles, Riverside, San Bernardino

    Primary Focus Areas: Arts & Culture, Boys & Men of Color Empowerment, Civic Engagement, Community Engagement, Girls & Women of Color Empowerment, Housing; Immigrant Rights & Legal Services, Leadership Development, Promotora Network, Advocacy & Policy, Workforce Development

    Website: pomonadaylabor.org

  • Power California

    Power California harnesses the energy of young voters of color and their families to create a state that is equitable, inclusive and just for everyone who calls California home


    Organization Budget: $3,000,001 – $5M

    Primary Service Area: Alameda, Contra Costa, Fresno, Kern,  Los Angeles, Merced, Riverside, San Bernardino, San Diego, San Francisco, Tulare, Ventura

    Primary Focus Areas: Arts & Culture, Civic Engagement, Community Engagement, Housing, Leadership Development, Voter Registration/Mobilization, Youth Empowerment, Advocacy & Policy

    Website: powercalifornia.org

  • Pre-Health Dreamers

    Pre-Health Dreamers (PHD) promotes equitable education and healthcare access, opportunities, and resources for undocumented individuals and all immigrant communities.


    Organization Budget: Less than $500K

    Primary Service Area: Orange, Placer; Plumas, Riverside, Sacramento, San Benito, San Bernardino, San Diego, San Francisco, San Joaquin, San Luis Obispo, San Mateo, Santa Barbara, Santa Clara, Santa Cruz, Shasta, Sierra, Siskiyou, Solano, Sonoma, Stanislaus, Sutter, Tehama, Trinity, Tulare, Tuolumne, Ventura, Yolo, Yuba

    Primary Focus Areas: Civic Engagement, Community Engagement, Economic Development, Education Services, Immigrant Rights & Legal Services, Leadership Development, Youth Empowerment, Advocacy & Policy, Workforce Development

    Website: www.phdreamers.org

  • Prospera

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    Prospera partners with low-income Latinas to cultivate their leadership abilities, grow successful businesses, become skilled co-op developers, transform their communities and achieve economic prosperity through cooperative business ownership.

    LCF invests in Prospera to support the year-long fellowship program that trains low-income Latinas to become co-op developers.


    Organization Budget: $1,000,001 – $3M

    Primary Service Area: Alameda, Contra Costa, San Francisco

    Primary Focus Areas: Community Engagement, Economic Development, Entrepreneurship, Girls & Women of Color Empowerment, Leadership Development

    Website: prosperacoops.org

  • PUENTE de la Costa Sur

    PUENTE de la Costa Sur both advocates for our communities and leverages resources that foster economic prosperity and security as well as promote individual and community health and wellness.

    LCF invests in PUENTE de la Costa Sur to support the leadership development and well-being of Latina women in Pescadero.


    Organization Budget: $3,000,001 – $5M

    Primary Service Area: San Mateo County

    Primary Focus Areas: Civic Engagement, Community Engagement, Economic Development, Education Services, Family & Parent Engagement, Health Services, Immigrant Rights & Legal Services, Leadership Development, Promotora Network, Voter Registration/Mobilization, Youth Empowerment, Advocacy & Policy, Workforce Development

    Website: mypuente.org

  • Puertas Abiertas Community Resource Center

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    Puertas Abiertas works hand-in-hand with Latinos to inspire and achieve healthy living, self-sufficiency, and opportunities for leadership and community engagement. To reach these goals, they adapt and realign services with partners to meet the most pressing needs of the underserved community in our county.

    LCF invests in Puertas Abiertas to support the Spanish Summer Language Institute for children ages 3- to 6-years.


    Organization Budget: $501K – $1M

    Primary Service Area: Napa County

    Primary Focus Areas: Parent Engagement, Education, Youth, Community Empowerment

    Website: puertasabiertasnapa.org

  • Pure Earth

    Pure Earth’s mission is to develop and implement solutions for pollution-related problems in the developing world, focusing on the world’s worst polluted places where women and children are most vulnerable.

    Supported by a Donor-Advised Fund


    Primary Focus Areas: Other

    Website: www.pureearth.org

  • Radical Monarchs

    The Radical Monarchs is a social justice education organization that creates opportunities for young girls and non-binary youth of color to form fierce friendship, celebrate their identities, and contribute radically to their communities


    Organization Budget: $501K – $1M

    Primary Service Area: Alameda, Contra Costa, Los Angeles, San Francisco

    Primary Focus Areas: Arts & Culture, Civic Engagement, Community Engagement, Economic Development, Entrepreneurship, Environment & Climate Change, Girls & Women of Color Empowerment, Leadership Development, LGBTQ Rights, S.T.E.M. Training, Youth Empowerment, Advocacy & Policy

    Website: radicalmonarchs.org

  • Raizes Collective

    Raizes Collective, based in Sonoma County, empowers and mobilizes communities of color through the arts,
    culture, leadership development, organizing campaigns, and community education


    Organization Budget: $501K – $1M

    Primary Service Area: Sonoma

    Primary Focus Areas: Arts & Culture, Civic Engagement, Community Engagement, Economic Development, Education Services, Family & Parent Engagement, Girls & Women of Color Empowerment, Health Services, Immigrant Rights & Legal Services, Leadership Development, Promotora Network, Youth Empowerment, Advocacy & Policy

    Website: www.raizescollective.org

  • Raza Development Fund

    Raza Development Fund (RDF) is a Latino-led and focused Community Development Financial Institution (CDFI) and the country’s premier lender to Latino and low-income serving organizations. RDF was created to advance economic opportunity, social mobility, and racial justice.

    Supported by a Donor-Advised Fund


    Primary Focus Areas: Corporate

    Website: razafund.org

  • Resource Generation

    Resource Generation organizes young people with wealth and class privilege in the U.S. to become transformative leaders working towards the equitable distribution of wealth, land and power.

    Supported by a Donor-Advised Fund


    Primary Focus Areas: Philanthropy

    Website: splg.org

  • Right To The City Alliance

    Right to the City Alliance (RTTC) emerged in 2007 with a strong and powerful vision to 1) halt the displacement of low-income people, Black, Indigenous, and people of color, LGBTQ communities, and youth of color, and 2) protect and expand affordable housing housing in tandem with a broader movement to build democratic, just, and sustainable communities.

    Supported by a Donor-Advised Fund


    Primary Service Area: Statewide

    Primary Focus Areas: Advocacy & Policy, Civic Engagement, Community Engagement

    Website: righttothecity.org

  • Rise, Inc.

    The mission of Rise, Inc. is to educate the public on the legislative process and provide training regarding effective methods of civil rights advocacy, as it relates to comprehensive legal protections and rights for sexual assault survivors.

    Supported by a Donor-Advised Fund


    Primary Focus Areas: Advocacy & Policy

    Website: www.risenow.us

  • SALVA

    Salva has an integrated mission based on promoting education for the rights of our immigrant community, by getting to know the hispanic-american culture. We work closely with immigrant families, day workers and low resource workers to guarantee fair income, growth in civic participation and full knowledge of their rights.


    Organization Budget: $501K – $1M

    Primary Service Area: Los Angeles

    Primary Focus Areas: Arts & Culture, Civic Engagement, Community Engagement, Education Services, Immigrant Rights & Legal Services, Leadership Development, Youth Empowerment, Advocacy & Policy, Workforce Development

    Website: salvaorganization.org

  • San Francisco Conservatory of Music

    Our core mission is to transform our students: artistically, intellectually, professionally, and individually.


    Primary Service Area: San Francisco

    Primary Focus Areas: Arts & Culture

    Website: sfcm.edu

  • Santa Barbara County Promotores Network

    The mission of the SBCPN is to empower families and individuals with respect, dignity, and compassion by enhancing the quality of all aspects of their lives through education and the promotion of healthy behaviors.


    Organization Budget: $1,000,001 – $3M

    Primary Service Area: Santa Barbara

    Primary Focus Areas: Community Engagement, Education Services, Health Services, Promotora Network

    Website: www.sbceo.org

  • Santa Cruz Barrios Unidos

     

    Santa Cruz Barrios Unidos is dedicated to preventing, treating, and eliminating youth gang violence by addressing the root causes of crime with concrete programs that offer youth positive alternatives.

    LCF invests in Santa Cruz Barrios Unidos to reduce unplanned teenage pregnancies by engaging Latino male youth and providing leadership development opportunities through a “rites of passage” program that builds character, defines manhood, and promotes healthy sexual relationships for youth.


    Organization Budget: $1,000,001 – $3M

    Primary Service Area: Santa Cruz County

    Primary Focus Areas: Development, Education Services, Entrepreneurship, Environment & Climate Change, Family & Parent Engagement, Girls & Women of Color Empowerment, Health Services, Housing; Immigrant Rights & Legal Services, Leadership Development, LGBTQ Rights, Media; Philanthropy, Research & Data, Violence Prevention, Voter Registration/Mobilization, Youth Empowerment, Advocacy & Policy, Workforce Development

    Website: www.barriosunidos.net

  • School of Arts and Culture at MHP

    The mission of the School of Arts and Culture at MHP (SOAC) is to catalyze creativity and empower community.


    Organization Budget: $5,000,001 – $10M

    Primary Service Area: Santa Clara

    Primary Focus Areas: Arts & Culture, Community Engagement

    Website: www.schoolofartsandculture.org

  • Senderos

    Senderos creates pathways to success with the Latino community by teaching and sharing cultural arts and by fostering educational opportunities.


    Organization Budget: Less than $500K

    Primary Service Area: Santa Cruz

    Primary Focus Areas: Arts & Culture, Community Engagement, Education Services, Family & Parent Engagement, Youth Empowerment

    Website: scsenderos.org

  • Services, Immigrant Rights & Education Network

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    Services, Immigrant Rights & Education Network (SIREN) empowers low-income immigrants and refugees in Silicon Valley through community education and organizing, leadership development, policy advocacy, and naturalization services.

    LCF invests in SIREN to support civic engagement, voter registration, and grassroots organizing efforts in Santa Clara County.


    Organization Budget: $1,000,001 – $3M

    Primary Service Area: Alameda, Fresno, Kings, Madera, Merced, Monterey, San Benito, San Mateo, Santa Clara, Santa Cruz, Stanislaus, Tulare

    Primary Focus Areas: Immigrant Rights, Education, Civic Engagement, Community Organizing, Policy Advocacy

    Website: www.sirenimmigrantrights.org

  • Shop with a Cop Foundation of Silicon Valley

    Shop with a Cop Foundation of Silicon Valley provides innovative academic motivation and assistance to children who are at-risk and disenfranchised as well as those who have suffered a traumatic crisis or loss of a parent due to violence.

    LCF invests in Shop with a Cop Foundation of Silicon Valley to support their Readers & Leaders Program, which serves to increase literacy of elementary school children in San Jose.


    Organization Budget: Less than $500K

    Primary Service Area: Santa Clara

    Primary Focus Areas: Education, Youth, Violence Prevention

    Website: www.shopwithacopsv.com

  • Signal Technology Foundation

    To develop open source privacy technology that protects free expression and enables secure global communication.

    Supported by a Donor-Advised Fund


    Primary Focus Areas: Other

    Website: signalfoundation.org

  • Silicon Valley Community Foundation

    The Silicon Valley Community Foundation aims to connect people, ideas and resources to transform systems and ensure equity and opportunity for all.


    Primary Focus Areas: Foundation

    Website: www.siliconvalleycf.org

  • SLO County UndocuSupport

    SLO County UndocuSupport provides and connects resources, support and advocacy for and with undocumented and other immigrant families in SLO County in order to make meaningful impact and true system change.


    Primary Service Area: San Luis Obispo

    Primary Focus Areas: Other

    Website: www.sloundocusupport.org

  • Small Business Hardship Fund - Sonoma County

    The Small Business Hardship Fund supports small businesses through hardships.


    Primary Focus Areas: Entrepreneurship

    Website: www.smallbusinesshardshipfund.com

  • Social Science Research Council

    Measure of America provides easy-to-use yet methodologically sound tools for understanding the distribution of well-being and opportunity in America and stimulating fact-based dialogue about issues we all care about: health, education, and living standards.


    Primary Service Area: Statewide

    Primary Focus Areas: Research & Data

    Website: measureofamerica.org

  • Sogorea Te’ Land Trust

    Sogorea Te’ Land Trust is an urban Indigenous women-led land trust based in the San Francisco Bay Area that facilitates the return of Indigenous land to Indigenous people.


    Primary Service Area: San Francisco

    Primary Focus Areas: Other

    Website: sogoreate-landtrust.org

  • Somos Familia

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    Somos Familia supports Latino families with children who are lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, or queer (LGBTQ) and conducts education to create family and community acceptance.

    LCF invests in Somos Familia to support Latino families with LGBTQ children and conduct education around creating family and community acceptance.


    Organization Budget: Less than $500K

    Primary Service Area: Alameda, Contra Costa, San Francisco, San Mateo

    Primary Focus Areas: Community Engagement, Education, Youth, Parent Engagement, LGBTQ, Leadership Development

    Website: www.somosfamiliabay.org

  • Somos Mayfair

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    Somos Mayfair supports children, organizes families, and connects neighbors in order to uplift the dreams, power, and leadership of community and address systemic inequities.

    LCF invests in Somos Mayfair to strengthen the capacity of Health Promotores and to offer family and community wellness activities through grassroots efforts in San Jose’s Mayfair neighborhoods.


    Organization Budget: $5,000,001 – $10M

    Primary Service Area: Santa Clara County

    Primary Focus Areas: Civic Engagement, Community Engagement, Family & Parent Engagement, Housing, Leadership Development, Advocacy & Policy

    Website: somosmayfair.org

  • Sonoma Land Trust

    Sonoma Land Trust conserves scenic, natural, agricultural and open land for the future of Sonoma County.


    Primary Service Area: Sonoma

    Primary Focus Areas: Other

    Website: sonomalandtrust.org

  • South Asian Network (SAN)

    South Asian Network (SAN) is a community based organization advancing the health, emotional & mental well-being, and civil rights of South Asians in Southern California.


    Primary Service Area: Los Angeles

    Primary Focus Areas: Immigrant Rights & Legal Services

    Website: southasiannetwork.org

  • South Kern Sol

    To advocate and improve the lives of those living in communities of Kern County.


    Organization Budget: Less than $500K

    Primary Service Area: Kern

    Primary Focus Areas: Civic Engagement

    Website: southkernsol.org

  • Spanish-Speaking Unity Council of Alameda County Inc.

    To promote social equity and improve quality of life by building vibrant communities where everyone can work, learn, and thrive.


    Organization Budget: $10,000,001 – $50M

    Primary Service Area: Alameda

    Primary Focus Areas: Arts & Culture, Boys & Men of Color Empowerment, Civic Engagement, Economic Development, Education Services, Leadership Development & Youth Empowerment

    Website: www.unitycouncil.org

  • Thousand Currents

    Through our grantmaking program, Thousand Currents partners with movement support organizations — led by women, youth, and Indigenous Peoples in the Global South — that are creating lasting solutions to our shared global challenges.


    Primary Focus Areas: Foundation

    Website: thousandcurrents.org

  • Tides Foundation

    Tides accelerates the pace of social change, working with innovative partners to solve society’s toughest problems.


    Primary Focus Areas: Foundation

    Website: www.tides.org

  • Time for Change Foundation

    The mission of Time for Change Foundation is to empower disenfranchised low-income individuals and families by building leadership through evidence-based programs and housing to create self-sufficiency and thriving communities.


    Organization Budget: $5,000,001 – $10M

    Primary Service Area: San Bernardino

    Primary Focus Areas: Community Engagement, Economic Development, Entrepreneurship, Girls & Women of Color Empowerment, Housing, Leadership Development, Workforce Development

    Website: www.timeforchangefoundation.org

  • TODEC Legal Center

    TODEC’s mission is to empower disenfranchised immigrant communities to become economically, socially, educationally, and civically self-sufficient while enhancing individual self-esteem and community health.


    Organization Budget: $3,000,001 – $5M

    Primary Service Area: Riverside, San Bernardino

    Primary Focus Areas: Arts & Culture, Civic Engagement, Community Engagement, Economic Development, Education Services, Entrepreneurship, Environment & Climate Change, Family & Parent Engagement, Girls & Women of Color Empowerment, Housing; Immigrant Rights & Legal Services, Leadership Development, Voter Registration/Mobilization, Youth Empowerment, Advocacy & Policy

    Website: www.TODEC.org

  • The Translatin Coalition

    The mission of The TransLatin@ Coalition (TLC) is to advocate for the specific needs of the Trans Latin@ community that resides in the U.S.A. and to plan strategies that improve our quality of life.


    Organization Budget: $3,000,001 – $5M

    Primary Service Area: Los Angeles, San Diego

    Primary Focus Areas: Arts & Culture, LGBTQ Rights, Advocacy & Policy

    Website: translatinacoalition.org

  • The UCLA Foundation

    Actively promoting philanthropy and managing donated resources for the advancement of UCLA.


    Primary Service Area: Los Angeles

    Primary Focus Areas: Advocacy & Policy, Civic Engagement

    Website: www.uclafoundation.org

  • UndocuFund

    The UndocuFund for Disaster Relief in Sonoma County, was founded in October 2017, in response to the Tubbs wildfire. It was launched by a coalition of immigrant service providers and advocates to provide direct assistance to undocumented victims of the Northern California fires.


    Primary Service Area: Sonoma

    Primary Focus Areas: Advocacy & Policy, Community Engagement, Immigrant Rights & Legal Services

    Website: undocufund.org

  • UnidosUS

    UnidosUS is a nonprofit, nonpartisan organization that serves as the nation’s largest Hispanic civil rights and advocacy organization. Since our founding in 1968, we have contributed to a stronger America by elevating the voice of Latinos, and defending and advancing our community’s concerns.

    Supported by a Donor-Advised Fund


    Primary Focus Areas: Advocacy & Policy, Civic Engagement, Immigrant Rights & Legal Services, Leadership Development & Youth Empowerment

    Website: www.unidosus.org

  • United Community Foundation

    To serve communities of Grayson, Westley & Vernalis by providing opportunities for activities that promote safety, wellness, education, & leadership, & improve the quality of life for residents and instill positive values & community pride.


    Organization Budget: Less than $500K

    Primary Service Area: Stanislaus

    Primary Focus Areas: Arts & Culture, Boys & Men of Color Empowerment, Civic Engagement, Community Engagement, Education Services, Family & Parent Engagement, Girls & Women of Color Empowerment, Leadership Development, Promotora Network, Violence Prevention, Youth Empowerment, Workforce Development

    Website: unitedcommunityfoundation.net

  • United Latinos, Promoviendo Accion Civica

    To provide leadership on public policy issues, convene public forums to educate and engage Latinos in civic and electoral processes, and award educational scholarships to students.


    Organization Budget: Less than $500K

    Primary Service Area: Sacramento

    Primary Focus Areas: Civic Engagement, Community Engagement, Education Services, Environment & Climate Change, Immigrant Rights & Legal Services, Leadership Development, Voter Registration/Mobilization, Youth Empowerment, Advocacy & Policy, Workforce Development

    Website: www.unitedlatinos.org

  • UpValley Family Centers of Napa County

    To provide guidance, support, and resources in the community, in the home, and for the individual, so that everyone can achieve a better life.


    Organization Budget: $3,000,001 – $5M

    Primary Service Area: Napa

    Primary Focus Areas: Civic Engagement, Community Engagement, Education Services, Family & Parent Engagement, Immigrant Rights & Legal Services, Leadership Development, Promotora Network, Voter Registration/Mobilization, Youth Empowerment

    Website: upvalleyfamilycenters.org

  • Urbanists Collective

    To promote the professional expansion of urban-influenced art careers within the community
    through art education, demonstration, and creative outreach.


    Organization Budget: less than $500K

    Primary Service Area: Fresno, Kings, Merced, Tulare

    Primary Focus Areas: Arts & Culture, Leadership Development, Youth Empowerment

    Website: www.urbanistscollective.com

  • UVA Vecinos en Acción

    UVA en Accion focuses on informing and engaging the Latino community in Mendocino County. UVA’s work is guided by the Latino community and prioritizes health equity, emergency preparedness and response, economic development and civic engagement.


    Organization Budget: Less than $500K

    Primary Service Area: Mendocino

    Primary Focus Areas: Civic Engagement, Community Engagement, Economic Development

    Website: uvaenaccion.org

  • Valley Voices

    Valley Voices is a nonpartisan, nonprofit organization established in 2019 to increase civic engagement and voter education in Kings County and the surrounding tri-county area. Our mission is to provide education and resources to boost political awareness.


    Organization Budget: $501K – $1M

    Primary Service Area: Fresno, Kings, Tulare

    Primary Focus Areas: Civic Engagement, Community Engagement, Education Services, Health Services, Voter Registration/Mobilization

    Website: vvoices.org

  • Veggielution

    We utilize a unique community farm model that mobilizes volunteers to cultivate and grow healthy crops, which are then made available to our program participants and other local residents.


    Primary Focus Areas: Community Engagement

    Website: www.veggielution.org

  • Ventures

    Ventures’ mission is to build compassionate and equitable local economies that contribute to our communities’ wellbeing.


    Organization Budget: $1,000,001 – $3M

    Primary Service Area: Monterey, San Benito, Santa Cruz

    Primary Focus Areas: Community Engagement, Economic Development, Entrepreneurship, Research & Data, Workforce Development

    Website: sccvonline.org

  • Victory in Praise Church

    Victory In Praise is a place of Praise, Purpose, and Progress. It is a one stop shop where people in our community, no matter what they’ve been through, can find love, acceptance, help, hope, forgiveness, guidance and encouragement.


    Organization Budget: $501K – $1M

    Primary Service Area: San Joaquin

    Primary Focus Areas: Civic Engagement, Education Services, Leadership Development & Youth Empowerment

    Website: www.victoryinpraise.org

  • VIDA Cultural Arts

    The mission of our organization, VIDA, is to use the power of arts and culture to celebrate and amplify the beauty of lives contributed by the Latino/x community.


    Organization Budget: Less than $500K

    Primary Service Area: Napa, Sonoma

    Primary Focus Areas: Arts & Culture, Civic Engagement, Community Engagement

    Instagram: @vidaculturalarts

  • Watsonville Film Festival

    The Watsonville Film Festival spotlights Latinx filmmakers and stories that illuminate our shared humanity, shift disempowering narratives and inspire positive change.


    Organization Budget: Less than $500K

    Primary Service Area: Santa Cruz

    Primary Focus Areas: Arts & Culture

    Website: watsonvillefilmfest.org

  • West Side Youth Inc.

    Primary Service Area: Fresno

    Primary Focus Areas: Boys & Men of Color Empowerment, Education Services, Girls & Women of Color Empowerment, Leadership Development & Youth Empowerment

  • Western Service Workers Association

    Western Service Workers Association (WSWA) is a free and voluntary unincorporated private membership organizing drive of service workers, domestic and household workers, temporary workers and every worker who suffers poverty and forms of exploitation.


    Organization Budget: Less than $500K

    Primary Service Area: Sacramento, Yolo

    Primary Focus Areas: Boys & Men of Color Empowerment, Civic Engagement, Community Engagement, Environment & Climate Change, Family & Parent Engagement, Girls & Women of Color Empowerment, Health Services, Housing; Immigrant Rights & Legal Services, Leadership Development, Advocacy & Policy

  • The Wildflower Foundation

    Wildflower aspires to give all children and families the opportunity to choose high quality, beautiful learning environments as they follow life’s unfolding journey.

    Supported by a Donor-Advised Fund


    Primary Focus Areas: Education Services

    Website: wildflowerschools.org

  • Wikimedia Foundation, Inc.

    The Wikimedia Foundation, Inc is a nonprofit charitable organization dedicated to encouraging the growth, development and distribution of free, multilingual content, and to providing the full content of these wiki-based projects to the public free of charge.

    Supported by a Donor-Advised Fund


    Primary Focus Areas: Foundation

    Website: wikimediafoundation.org

  • Womxnwise

    Gardening Community with wellness and education to financially, emotionally, and physically flourish.


    Organization Budget: Less than $500K

    Primary Service Area: Fresno, Kings, Tulare

    Primary Focus Areas: Arts & Culture, Civic Engagement, Community Engagement, LGBTQ Rights, Violence Prevention, Youth Empowerment, Health, Education, Women & Girls Empowerment, Leadership Development & Youth Empowerment

    Online Presence: https://linktr.ee/WomxnWise?fbclid=PAAabMO6dw2h_pca4k0LLCoCuulDbxeO1zkCBQh6jeMtUJA910WnN7o57Y4q4

  • Xinampa

    Xinampa strives to cultivate an equitable bioeconomy and biotech ecosystems rooted in intersectional justice through civic and community engagement, STEAM education, biotechnology literacy, and workforce and economic development.


    Organization Budget: Less than $500K

    Primary Service Area: Alameda, Monterey, Santa Clara

    Primary Focus Areas: Arts & Culture, Civic Engagement, Community Engagement, Economic Development, Education Services, Entrepreneurship, Environment & Climate Change, S.T.E.M. Training, Youth Empowerment, Advocacy & Policy, Workforce Development

    Website: xinampa.bio

  • YES Nature to Neighborhoods

    In partnership with nature, YES Nature to Neighborhoods (YES) nurtures leaders who champion the wellbeing of our community.


    Organization Budget: $1,000,001 – $3M

    Primary Service Area: Contra Costa

    Primary Focus Areas: Boys & Men of Color Empowerment, Civic Engagement, Community Engagement, Family & Parent Engagement, Girls & Women of Color Empowerment, Leadership Development, Youth Empowerment

    Website: www.yesfamilies.org

  • Youth Alliance

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    Youth Alliance strives to create thriving and equitable communities through comprehensive, innovative, and culturally relevant services that equip youth and families to become change agents in their own lives and in their community.

    LCF invests in Youth Alliance to support culturally-rooted youth leadership development and reduce unplanned teenage pregnancies by supporting the FAMiLia Teen parent programs that train peer educators and provide “El Joven Noble” rites of passage program to at-risk youth.


    Organization Budget: 

    Primary Service Area: San Benito County, Santa Clara County

    Primary Focus Areas: Boys & Men of Color Empowerment, Community Engagement, Family & Parent Engagement, Violence Prevention, Youth Empowerment, Advocacy & Policy; Health, Education, Women & Girls Empowerment, Leadership Development & Youth Empowerment

    Website: site.youthall.org

  • Youth Leadership Institute

    YLI builds communities where young people and their adult allies come together to create positive social change. YLI’s work is based in the conviction that, if we empower youth to use their voices well, the entire community will prosper as a result.


    Organization Budget: $5,000,001 – $10M

    Primary Service Area: Fresno, Los Angeles, Madera, Marin, Merced, Riverside, San Francisco, San Mateo, Tulare

    Primary Focus Areas: Arts & Culture, Boys & Men of Color Empowerment, Civic Engagement, Community Engagement, Education Services, Environment & Climate Change, Girls & Women of Color Empowerment, Housing, Leadership Development, LGBTQ Rights, Media; Philanthropy, Research & Data, Youth Empowerment, Advocacy & Policy

    Website: yli.org

  • Youth Utilizing Power And Praise Organization

    Youth Utilizing Power And Praise Organization’s mission is to develop and enhance cross-cultural and networks, that enhances the whole being through music, dance, drama, fine arts, public speaking, and sports.


    Primary Service Area: Santa Clara

    Primary Focus Areas: Arts & Culture

    Website: yupporg.com

  • Acción Latina

    Acción Latina’s mission is to promote cultural arts, community media, and civic engagement as a way of building healthy and empowered Latinx communities.


    Organization Budget: $501K – $1M

    Primary Service Area: San Francisco

    Primary Focus Areas: Arts & Culture, Civic Engagement, Media

    Website: www.accionlatina.org

  • Al Otro Lado

    Al Otro Lado provides holistic legal and humanitarian support to indigent refugees, deportees, and other migrants in the US and Tijuana through a multidisciplinary, client-centered, harm reduction-based practice.


    Organization Budget: $1,000,001 – $3M

    Primary Service Area: Los Angeles, San Diego

    Primary Focus Areas: Immigrant Rights & Legal Services, Advocacy & Policy

    Website: www.alotrolado.org

  • Alisal Center for the Fine Arts

    The Alisal Center for the Fine Arts is a creative hub for artists and arts and culture advocates. We cultivate youth leaders and change makers through connecting, teaching, and strengthening our community.


    Organization Budget: Less than $500K

    Primary Service Area: Monterey

    Primary Focus Areas: Arts & Culture, Community Engagement, Family & Parent Engagement, Leadership Development, Youth Empowerment, Advocacy & Policy

    Social Media Presence: Instagram – @Alisalarts, Facebook –  @Alisal Center for the Fine Arts. Website (www.alisalfinearts.org) is being updated at this time.

  • Alliance for Youth Achievement

    Enriching educational experiences of underserved students through project-based learning in support of our vision of empowering youth to reach their potential by offering engaging educational opportunities based in arts and culture.


    Organization Budget: Less than $500K

    Primary Service Area: Santa Clara

    Primary Focus Areas: Arts & Culture, Education Services, Leadership Development, Youth Empowerment, S.T.E.M. Training

    Website: www.a4ya.org

  • AltaMed Health Services Corp.

    AltaMed’s mission is to eliminate disparities in health care access and outcomes by providing superior quality health and human services through an integrated world-class delivery system for Latino, multi-ethnic and underserved communities in Southern California.


    Organization Budget: $100,000,001M+

    Primary Service Area: Los Angeles, Orange

    Primary Focus Areas: Arts & Culture, Boys & Men of Color Empowerment, Civic Engagement, Community Engagement, Economic Development, Education Services, Entrepreneurship, Family & Parent Engagement, Girls & Women of Color Empowerment, Health Services, Leadership Development, LGBTQ Rights, Philanthropy, Promotora Network, Research & Data, Voter Registration/Mobilization, Youth Empowerment, Advocacy & Policy, S.T.E.M. Training, Workforce Development

    Website: www.altamed.org

  • American Civil Liberties Union Inc

    The ACLU dares to create a more perfect union — beyond one person, party, or side. Our mission is to realize this promise of the United States Constitution for all and expand the reach of its guarantees.


    Primary Focus Areas: Civic Engagement, Immigrant Rights & Legal Services

    Website: www.aclu.org

  • American Friends Service Committee

    To politicize and activate undocumented youth and youth from mixed status families living in Oakland.


    Organization Budget: Less than $500K

    Primary Service Area: Alameda, Contra Costa

    Primary Focus Areas: Arts & Culture, Civic Engagement, Community Engagement, Education Services, Advocacy & Policy, Leadership Development & Youth Empowerment

    Website: 67suenos.org

  • The American GI Forum (AGIF) Education Foundation

    The American GI Forum Education Foundation was established to obtain funds through solicitations or grants, bequests, gifts, donations, and contributions which will be used for educational scholarships, educational and charitable grants and loans, educational research and educational-related endeavors for needy and qualified persons.


    Primary Focus Areas: Foundation

    Website: www.agifedfoundation.org

  • AnewAmerica Community Corporation

    AnewAmerica exists to enrich the lives of its participants and their families while strengthening their contributions to America as a whole. AnewAmerica provides training and technical assistance to targeted communities for economic and social empowerment through a focus on green entrepreneurship, asset building, social responsibility and civic engagement. We work with traditionally challenged communities, which include new Americans (new citizens, refugees and immigrants), women, minorities and low to moderate income households, to empower them to make their American dream a reality while contributing to the economic growth and social capital of their communities.


    Primary Focus Areas: Economic Development

    Website: www.anewamerica.org

  • Artists Ink

    Uniting artists to push the boundaries of art and create change.


    Organization Budget:$501K – $1M

    Primary Service Area: Monterey

    Primary Focus Areas: Arts & Culture, Education Services, Leadership Development, Youth Empowerment, Advocacy & Policy, Workforce Development

    Website: www.artistsink.org

  • Asian Americans Advancing Justice - Los Angeles

    Through direct services, impact litigation, policy advocacy, leadership development, and capacity building, Asian Americans Advancing Justice Southern California focuses on the most vulnerable members of AAPI communities while also building a strong voice for civil rights and social justice.


    Primary Service Area: Los Angeles

    Primary Focus Areas: Advocacy & Policy

    Website: advancingjustice-la.org

  • Bay Area Parent Leadership Action Network (PLAN)

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    PLAN is a leadership development organization that focuses on empowering parents to transform schools so that every child gets an excellent education.

    LCF invested in PLAN to expand programs that empower, organize, and transform families by making parents partners in their children’s education.


    Primary Service Area: Greater Bay Area

    Primary Focus Areas: Civic Engagement, Leadership Development, Parent Engagement

    Website: www.parentactionnet.org

  • Binational of Central California

    Binational of Central California’s mission is to serve low-income, immigrant, farmworker communities by connecting them to much needed resources which includes, but is not limited to, immigration, healthcare, and educational resources.


    Organization Budget: $501K – $1M

    Primary Service Area: Fresno, Kern, Kings, Madera, Tulare

    Primary Focus Areas: Civic Engagement, Community Engagement, Family & Parent Engagement, Food/Wine, Health Services, Immigrant Rights & Legal Services, Media

    Website: www.boccfresno.org

  • Blacks Making a Difference (BMAD)

    The mission for BMAD is to equip traditionally marginalized youth with the tools necessary to produce the change within their communities they want to see.


    Organization Budget: Less than $500K

    Primary Service Area: Sacramento

    Primary Focus Areas: Advocacy & Policy, Community Engagement, Leadership Development & Youth Empowerment

    Website: www.rageproject.org

  • The Botanical Bus

    The Botanical Bus (501c3) is a bilingual mobile herb clinic that empowers holistic health by-and-for Latinx and Indigenous people through culturally relevant, community driven programs.


    Organization Budget: Less than $500K

    Primary Service Area: Napa, Sonoma

    Primary Focus Areas: Community Engagement, Health Services, Promotora Network

    Website: www.radiobilingue.org

  • Brown Bag Coalition

    To make a difference in the lives of the homeless population in Calexico by providing a meal every day.


    Primary Service Area: Imperial

    Primary Focus Areas: Community Engagement

    Social Media Presence: https://www.facebook.com/Brownbagcoalition/

  • Building Skills Partnership

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    Building Skills Partnership (BSP) is a collaboration between the janitors’ union, commercial building owners, janitorial employers, client companies and community leaders.

    LCF invested in Building Skills Partnership to improve the quality of life for low-wage property service workers and their families by increasing their skills, access to education and opportunities for career and community advancement.


    Primary Service Area: Statewide

    Primary Focus Areas: Leadership Development, Professional Development

    Website: www.buildingskills.org

  • California Asset Building Coalition

    The California Asset Building Coalition (CABC) consists of hundreds of diverse leaders across the state joined together to make California’s economy work for communities targeted by oppressive and extractive systems like poverty and racism. We identify and employ multiple and intersecting strategies to build economic security and power where they are most needed.


    Primary Service Area: Statewide

    Primary Focus Areas: Advocacy & Policy, Economic Development, Education Services

    Website: www.calassetbuildingcoalition.org

  • California Farmworker Foundation

    To create a better future for Farmworkers.


    Primary Service Area: Kern

    Primary Focus Areas: Economic Development, Foundation

    Website: californiafarmworkers.org

  • California Forward

    California Forward (CA FWD) leads a statewide movement, bringing people together across communities, regions and interests to improve government and create inclusive, sustainable growth for everyone.


    Primary Service Area: Statewide

    Primary Focus Areas: Advocacy & Policy

    Website: cafwd.org

  • California Hispanic Chambers of Commerce Foundation

    The California Hispanic Chambers of Commerce is the largest regional Hispanic and ethnic business organization advocating and educating diverse small businesses nationwide. Through its 120 chambers and business association members, the CHCC provides advocacy, education, and empowerment programs to California’s Hispanic and small business communities.


    Organization Budget: $1,000,001 – $3M

    Primary Service Area: Statewide

    Primary Focus Areas: Advocacy & Policy, Boys & Men of Color Empowerment, Civic Engagement, Community Engagement, Economic Development

    Website: www.cahcc.com

  • California Immigrant Youth Justice Alliance

    To establish and nurture immigrant youth-led organizing efforts in the state of California, through abolitionist centered programs and campaigns.


    Organization Budget: $501K – $1M

    Primary Service Area: Statewide

    Primary Focus Areas: Immigrant Rights & Legal Services, Youth Empowerment

    Website: ciyja.org

  • Campaign for College Opportunity

    Working to ensure all Californians have an equal opportunity to attend and succeed in college in order to build a vibrant workforce, economy and democracy.


    Organization Budget: $3,000,001 – $5M

    Primary Service Area: Los Angeles, Sacramento

    Primary Focus Areas: Civic Engagement, Education Services, Advocacy & Policy

    Website: collegecampaign.org

  • Campesinos Unidos

    To promote fair, greater and better Social, Economic, Educational and Employment Opportunities for all residents in our communities.


    Organization Budget: $10,000,001 – $50M

    Primary Service Area: Imperial, Riverside, San Diego

    Primary Focus Areas: Community Engagement, Economic Development

    Website: www.campesinosunidos.org

  • CARECEN SF

    CARECEN SF empowers and responds to the needs, rights and aspirations of Latino, immigrant and under-resourced families in the San Francisco Bay Area — building leadership to pursue self-determination and justice.


    Organization Budget: $501K – $1M

    Primary Service Area: Alameda, Marin, San Francisco, San Mateo, Santa Clara

    Primary Focus Areas: Boys & Men of Color Empowerment, Civic Engagement, Community Engagement, Environment & Climate Change, Family & Parent Engagement, Girls & Women of Color Empowerment, Health Services, Immigrant Rights & Legal Services, Leadership Development, LGBTQ Rights, Media, Promotora Network, Violence Prevention, Voter Registration/Mobilization, Youth Empowerment, Advocacy & Policy

    Website: carecensf.org

  • Catalino Tapia Scholarship Foundation

    The Catalino Tapia Scholarship Foundation’s (CTSF) mission is to provide scholarships, educational workshops, and mentoring to low-income, first-generation, and students of color facing significant barriers to actualizing their college goals.


    Organization Budget: less than $500K

    Primary Service Area: Alameda, San Francisco, San Mateo, Santa Clara

    Primary Focus Areas: Education Services

    Website: www.bagsf.org

  • Catholic Charities CYO

    Catholic Charities supports families, aging and disabled adults, and youth through social service and opportunities for healthy growth and development.


    Primary Service Area: Marin, San Francisco, San Mateo, Santa Clara

    Primary Focus Areas: Health Services, Immigrant Rights & Legal Services, Leadership Development & Youth Empowerment

    Website: catholiccharitiessf.org

  • Center for Effective Philanthropy (CEP)

    CEP provides data, feedback, programs, and insights to help individual and institutional donors improve their effectiveness. We do this work because we believe effective donors, working collaboratively and thoughtfully, can profoundly contribute to creating a better and more just world.


    Primary Focus Areas: Leadership Development & Youth Empowerment

    Website: www.effectivephilanthropy.org

  • Center on Race, Poverty, & The Environment

    To achieve environmental justice and healthy, sustainable communities through collective action and the law.


    Organization Budget: $1,000,001 – $3M

    Primary Focus Areas: Advocacy & Policy

    Website: www.crpe-ej.org

  • Central California Environmental Justice Network

    CCEJN’s mission is to empower our communities and secure our children’s future by eliminating negative environmental impacts in low income and communities of color in the Central Valley


    Organization Budget: $1,000,001 – $3M

    Primary Service Area: Fresno, Kern, Kings, Madera, Tulare

    Primary Focus Areas: Economic Development, Education Services, Entrepreneurship

    Website: www.ccejn.org

  • Central Valley Community Foundation

    Central Valley Community Foundation connects capital and communities for a just and thriving Central Valley.


    Primary Service Area: Fresno

    Primary Focus Areas: Other

    Website: centralvalleycf.org

  • Central Valley Healing Collective

    To identify and mobilize the healing assets in the region in order to benefit rural communities, which are often excluded from high-quality and holistic emotional, mental and spiritual care.


    Organization Budget: $501K – $1M

    Primary Service Area: Fresno, Kern, Madera, Merced, Tulare

    Primary Focus Areas: Health Services

    Online Presence: www.instagram.com/cv_healing_collective_

  • Central Valley Mutual Aid Fund

    We center displaced Black, brown, indigenous, disabled, migrant, and LGBTQ+ in our efforts and the unincorporated areas of the San Joaquin Valley through an intentional and intergenerational approach.


    Primary Service Area: Fresno, Kern, San Joaquin, Stanislaus, Tulare

    Primary Focus Areas: Economic Development

    Website: centralvalleymutualaid.org

  • Central Valley Workers Center

    The mission of the Central Valley Workers Center is to promote economic justice through strategic support for worker organizing, community education, and engagement. We seek to maximize the capacity of labor and community organizations to advance policies.


    Organization Budget: $501K – $1M

    Primary Service Area: Fresno, Kern, Madera, Tulare

    Primary Focus Areas: Civic Engagement, Community Engagement, Economic Development, Education Services, Health Services, Leadership Development, Research & Data, Voter Registration/Mobilization, Youth Empowerment, Workforce Development

    Website: valleyworkers.org

  • Centro de Unidad Popular Benito Juarez

    We advocate for the health, housing, and basic human rights of Indigenous people by providing assistance to the most vulnerable and low-income families that are marginalized due to their language, culture, and traditions.


    Organization Budget: Less than $500K

    Primary Service Area: Fresno, Kern, Madera, Tulare

    Primary Focus Areas: Arts & Culture, Community Engagement, Economic Development, Education Services, Environment & Climate Change, Health Services, Housing, Immigrant Rights & Legal Services, Leadership Development, Research & Data, Violence Prevention, Youth Empowerment, Advocacy & Policy, Workforce Development

    Website: www.unidadpopular.org

  • Changing Minds One at a Time Foundation

    To improve the quality of life for our youth, their families and our community.


    Organization Budget: Less than $500K

    Primary Service Area: Tulare

    Primary Focus Areas: Education Services, Leadership Development & Youth Empowerment

    Website: www.changingmindsoneatatime.com

  • Chicano Research Center

    To provide a facility-specific to Mexican literature, Hispanic publications, historical movies, and other artifacts for educational research enrichment.


    Organization Budget: Less than $500K

    Primary Service Area: San Joaquin

    Primary Focus Areas: Education Services

    Website: chicanoresearchcenter.wordpress.com

  • Chicanos Unidos

    Chicanxs Unidxs is a diverse group from Orange County that promotes cultural and political empowerment for the Chicanx/Mexicanx/Indigenous communities of Orange County.


    Organization Budget: Less than $500K

    Primary Service Area: Orange

    Primary Focus Areas: Civic Engagement, Community Engagement, Education Services, Immigrant Rights & Legal Services, Voter Registration/Mobilization, Advocacy & Policy

    Website: www.chicanosunidos.org

  • City Ministry Network, Inc.

    Motivated by God’s love, CMN exists to listen to and advocate for our most vulnerable communities, connecting community and sector leaders to work collaboratively for maximum effect, so that all families can thrive.


    Organization Budget: Less than $500K

    Primary Service Area: Stanislaus

    Primary Focus Areas: Boys & Men of Color Empowerment, Civic Engagement, Community Engagement, Economic Development, Entrepreneurship, Family & Parent Engagement, Girls & Women of Color Empowerment, Housing; Leadership Development, Youth Empowerment, Advocacy & Policy, Workforce Development

    Website: www.cityministrynetwork.org

  • CityServe of the Tri-Valley

    To assist people in need from homelessness or other crisis situations and place them into stable housing environment and to walk with them to become self-sufficient.


    Organization Budget: $501K – $1M

    Primary Service Area: Alameda

    Primary Focus Areas: Other

    Website: cityservetrivalley.org

  • CLEAR

    To eliminate educational and social disparities which impede equitable opportunities and outcomes for all students and the communities from which they arrive.


    Organization Budget: Less than $500K

    Primary Service Area: Fresno

    Primary Focus Areas: Boys & Men of Color Empowerment, Education Services, Youth Empowerment, Leadership Development & Youth Empowerment

    Website: clearvoz.com

  • Coalicion De La Buena Salud y Bienestar Comunitario

    Primary Service Area: Imperial

    Primary Focus Areas: Advocacy & Policy

  • Colectivo Acción Latina de Ambiente (ALA)

    To create a space for the freedom of expression, personal growth, and community building for Latinx LGBTQ individuals.


    Organization Budget: Less than $500K

    Primary Service Area: Santa Clara

    Primary Focus Areas: Arts & Culture, Leadership Development, LGBTQ Rights

    Website: colectivoala.wixsite.com/colectivoala

  • Collective Impact

    Collective Impact’s mission is to provide youth, families and programs with the tools and resources they need to succeed.


    Primary Service Area: San Francisco

    Primary Focus Areas: Leadership Development & Youth Empowerment

    Website: collectiveimpact.org

  • Common Space (No Longer in Operation)

    Primary Service Area: Fresno

    Primary Focus Areas: Community Engagement

    Website: www.commonspacefresno.org

  • Communities for a New California Education Fund

    To promote economic prosperity and community health for residents in the rural areas of California.


    Primary Service Area: Fresno, Imperial, Merced, Sacramento, San Joaquin; Yolo

    Primary Focus Areas: Education Services, Leadership Development & Youth Empowerment

    Website: cncedfund.org

  • Community Center for the Arts & Technology

    The Community Center for the Arts & Technology’s (CCAT) mission is to promote the empowerment and enrichment of Fresno’s culturally diverse youth through innovative, technology-based and performance arts approaches. CCAT fosters learning and strengthens fundamental character traits, enabling young people to flourish and prepare for the future ahead.


    Organization Budget: Less than $500K

    Primary Service Area: Fresno, Kern, Kings, Madera, Tulare

    Primary Focus Areas: Arts & Culture, Civic Engagement, Community Engagement, Education Services, Leadership Development, Media, Voter Registration/Mobilization, Youth Empowerment, S.T.E.M. Training

    Website: www.ccatfresno.org

  • Community Development Technologies Center (CDTech)

    To build livable and economically viable communities in the low-income areas of Greater Los Angeles.


    Organization Budget: $1,000,001 – $3M

    Primary Service Area: Los Angeles

    Primary Focus Areas: Civic Engagement, Community Engagement, Economic Development, Education Services, Leadership Development & Youth Empowerment

    Website: www.cdtech.org

  • Community Technology Network (CTN)

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    Community Technology Network provides on-site staff to operate computer centers and teach digital literacy skills that empower the community to become more connected and productive.

    LCF invested in CTN to develop a Promotora Pilot program, which included the creation of a curriculum and training workshops that allowed promotoras to empower their communities with technology.


    Primary Service Area: San Francisco

    Primary Focus Areas: Education, Community Empowerment

    Website: www.ctnbayarea.org

  • Community United in Lanare

    Primary Focus Areas: Community Engagement

  • Complete Picture

    Our mission is to create sensitive, honest, engaging video portraits that humanize individuals facing prison. This powerful tool empowers underprivileged and marginalized individuals to tell their full story to the judge just prior to sentencing.


    Primary Focus Areas: Media

    Website: www.completepicture.org

  • Cultura y Arte Nativa De Las Americas

    Carnaval San Francisco is a project that Cultura y Arte Nativa de las Americas (CANA) organizes, with the goal of educating people on the Latino, Caribbean and African Diasporic traditions of the Mission District and the San Francisco Bay Area.


    Organization Budget: $501K – $1M

    Primary Service Area: San Francisco

    Primary Focus Areas: Arts & Culture, Community Engagement, Education Services

    Website: www.carnavalsanfrancisco.org

  • Desarrollo Familiar

    To improve wellness and self-sufficiency in Latino and other communities.


    Organization Budget: $1,000,001 – $3M

    Primary Service Area: Contra Costa

    Primary Focus Areas: Family & Parent Engagement, Leadership Development & Youth Empowerment

    Website: www.familias-unidas.org

  • Delhi Parent Committee (DPC)

    To provide grassroots leadership services to hundreds of parents through monthly meetings and to promote parent leadership and participation with the Delhi Unified School District by building stronger relationships between parents and school officials.


    Organization Budget: Less than $500K

    Primary Service Area: Merced

    Primary Focus Areas: Civic Engagement, Community Engagement, Education Services

  • Day Worker Center of Mountain View

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    Day Worker Center of Mountain View provides job-matching services for hundreds of local homeowners and businesses.

    LCF invested in Day Workers Center to support event outreach to the community.


    Organization Budget: $501K – $1M

    Primary Service Area: Santa Clara County

    Primary Focus Areas: Community Empowerment

    Website: www.dayworkercentermv.org

  • Diaz & Loera Centro Latino

    Primary Service Area: Solano

    Primary Focus Areas: Education Services

  • DIY (Do-It-Yourself) GIRLS

    DIY Girls mission is to increase girls’ interest and success in technology, engineering and making through innovative educational experiences and mentor relationships.


    Organization Budget: $501K – $1M

    Primary Service Area: Los Angeles

    Primary Focus Areas: Girls & Women of Color Empowerment, S.T.E.M. Training, Youth Empowerment

    Website: www.diygirls.org

  • Dreamer Fund

    To support undocumented law students at the University of San Francisco.


    Primary Service Area: San Francisco

    Primary Focus Areas: Education Services

    Website: www.dreamerfund.org

  • Dreamers Roadmap

    We believe that all students regardless of legal status should have the same opportunity to pursue the “American Dream” and become the first in their families to be college graduates.


    Primary Service Area: San Mateo

    Primary Focus Areas: Advocacy & Policy, Education Services, Leadership Development & Youth Empowerment

    Website: www.dreamersroadmap.com

  • Education and Leadership Foundation

    Empowering underrepresented communities through immigration services, equitable educational opportunities, and social justice.


    Organization Budget: $5,000,001 – $10M

    Primary Service Area: Fresno, Kern, Kings, Madera, Merced, San Diego, Tulare

    Primary Focus Areas: Civic Engagement, Community Engagement, Education Services, Family & Parent Engagement, Housing, Immigrant Rights & Legal Services, Philanthropy, Youth Empowerment, Advocacy & Policy

    Website: www.elfus.org

  • Educational Coalition for Hispanics in Oakland (ECHO)

    Primary Service Area: Alameda

    Primary Focus Areas: Education Services

    Website: www.echopath.org

  • The Education Trust - West

    Advocates for educational justice and the high academic achievement of all California students, pre-k through college, particularly those of color and living in poverty.


    Primary Focus Areas: Education Services, Research & Data

    Website: west.edtrust.org

  • El Quinto Sol de America

    To utilize art, culture and education as principal tools to help create more just and equitable communities, including achieving a higher quality of life for farm worker communities. We firmly believe in individuals’ abilities and capacity to succeed.


    Organization Budget: Less than $500K

    Primary Service Area: Fresno, Sacramento

    Primary Focus Areas: Arts & Culture, Civic Engagement, Immigrant Rights & Legal Services

    Website: www.elquintosoldeamerica.org

  • Empoder

    Empowering the next generation of diverse leaders in computer science


    Primary Focus Areas: Education Services

    Website: empoder.org

  • Encampment for Citizenship

    The Encampment prepares young people to be informed, responsible and effective global citizens working for social justice through experiential learning and through living in a diverse, democratic community.

    It provides youth with a compelling experience in democratic living, with emphasis on critical thinking and social justice in action.


    Primary Service Area: Statewide

    Primary Focus Areas: Immigrant Rights & Legal Services, Youth Empowerment, Leadership Development & Youth Empowerment

    Website: encampmentforcitizenship.org

  • Ensamble Folclórico Colibrí

    To promote the pride of identifying as an LGBTQ Latinx through the art of Mexican folklórico dance.


    Organization Budget: Less than $500K

    Primary Service Area: Santa Clara

    Primary Focus Areas: Arts & Culture, LGBTQ Rights

    Website: folcloricocolibri.com

  • Epicenter of Monterey

    The Epicenter exists to empower at risk and system involved youth ages 16-24 to flourish by connecting them to community resources that provide opportunities for equity and hope in order to improve youth outcomes.


    Organization Budget: $501K – $1M

    Primary Service Area: Monterey

    Primary Focus Areas: Boys & Men of Color Empowerment, Community Engagement, Education Services, Girls & Women of Color Empowerment, Leadership Development, LGBTQ Rights, Youth Empowerment

    Website: epicentermonterey.org

  • Equality Alliance of San Diego County

    Alliance San Diego is a community empowerment organization doing local work of national significance in the fields of civic engagement, human rights, educational equity, and tax and fiscal policy.


    Organization Budget: $1,000,001 – $3M

    Primary Service Area: San Diego

    Primary Focus Areas: Civic Engagement, Community Engagement, Immigrant Rights & Legal Services, Advocacy & Policy, Leadership Development & Youth Empowerment

    Website: www.alliancesd.org

  • Eva Longoria Foundation

    Latinas are a rapidly growing group with extraordinary potential, yet they disproportionately lack educational opportunities and face economic challenges. Our mission is to help Latinas build better futures for themselves and their families through education and entrepreneurship.


    Organization Budget: $501K – $1M

    Primary Service Area: Los Angeles

    Primary Focus Areas: Civic Engagement, Community Engagement, Economic Development, Education Services, Entrepreneurship, Foundation, Girls & Women of Color Empowerment, Media; Philanthropy, Research & Data, S.T.E.M. & Workforce Development, Leadership Development & Youth Empowerment

    Website: evalongoriafoundation.org

  • ExpresArte Cultural Wellness Collective

    ExpresArte Cultural Wellness Collective centers the voices of folks of color as we co-create programs and experiences that infuse our organizing and advocacy spaces with healing and hope. We address the root causes of trauma by giving people a chance to reclaim their culture, cultivate their creativity, and continue their healing journey.


    Organization Budget: Less than $500K

    Primary Service Area: Fresno, Kings, Tulare

    Primary Focus Areas: Arts & Culture, Health Services

    Website: www.expresartewellness.org

  • Fair Oaks Community Center

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    Fair Oaks Community Center provides a wide range of services to Santa Clara County, from immigration and citizenship resources to food, housing, and other emergency social services.

    LCF invested in Fair Oaks Community Center as a partner for the Health + Tech at Google.


    Primary Service Area: Santa Clara County

    Primary Focus Areas: Community Development, Health

    Contact Information: Teri Chin, Human Services Manager | tchin@redwoodcity.org

    Website: www.redwoodcity.org

  • Faith in the Valley

    Faith in the Valley’s mission is to unlock the power of people to put faith into action to advance racial and economic justice in local communities across California’s Central Valley.


    Organization Budget: $3,000,001 – $5M

    Primary Service Area: Fresno, Kern, Merced, San Joaquin, Stanislaus

    Primary Focus Areas: Civic Engagement, Community Engagement, Immigrant Rights & Legal Services, Voter Registration/Mobilization, Advocacy & Policy,Leadership Development & Youth Empowerment

    Website: faithinthevalley.org

  • Familia Cristiana Verbo

    Primary Service Area: San Mateo

    Primary Focus Areas: Other

  • Familia: Trans Queer Liberation Movement

    Familia: TQLM organizes to achieve the collective liberation of LGBTQ immigrants, Latinxs and our families through grassroots organizing, direct action, and advocacy. We organizes at the intersections of LGBTQ rights, migrant and racial justice.


    Organization Budget: $501K – $1M

    Primary Service Area: Los Angeles, Orange, Sacramento, San Diego, San Francisco

    Primary Focus Areas: Arts & Culture, Civic Engagement, Community Engagement, Economic Development, Immigrant Rights & Legal Services, Leadership Development, LGBTQ Rights, Voter Registration/Mobilization, Youth Empowerment, Advocacy & Policy

    Website: familiatqlm.org

  • Farmworker CARE Coalition

    The FarmWorker CARE Coalition (Coordination/Communication, Advocacy/Access, Research/Resources, Empowerment/Education) is a diverse group of agencies and organizations dedicated to improving the living and working conditionso fo agricultural workers in North San Diego County. members include representatives and leaders of local health and social service agencies, community-based organizations, educational institutions, local governmental agencies and grassroots groups.


    Organization Budget: Less than $500K

    Primary Service Area: San Diego

    Primary Focus Areas: Civic Engagement, Community Engagement, Health Services, Immigrant Rights & Legal Services, Advocacy & Policy, Leadership Development & Youth Empowerment

    Website: farmworkercare.wordpress.com

  • Fathers & Families of San Joaquin (No Longer in Operation)

    To promote the social, cultural, spiritual, economic, and environmental renewal of the most vulnerable families in Stockton and the greater San Joaquin Valley.


    Organization Budget: $5,000,001 – $10M

    Primary Service Area: San Joaquin

    Primary Focus Areas: Boys & Men of Color Empowerment, Civic Engagement, Community Engagement, Education Services, Girls & Women of Color Empowerment, Health Services, Voter Registration/Mobilization, Leadership Development & Youth Empowerment

    Website: ffsj.org

  • Focus Forward

    Focus Forward supports Fresno County youth in the juvenile justice and child welfare systems, and their families.


    Primary Service Area: Fresno

    Primary Focus Areas: Community Engagement, Media, Leadership Development & Youth Empowerment

    Website: focusforward.org

  • The Freedom Bound Center

    Sol Collective is a community-based 501(c)(3) partnership whose mission is to provide artistic, cultural, and educational programming, promote social justice, and empower youth through art, activism, music, and media experience.


    Organization Budget: $1,000,001 – $3M

    Primary Service Area: Sacramento

    Primary Focus Areas: Arts & Culture, Youth Empowerment

    Website: www.solcollective.org

  • Fresno Barrios Unidos

    Fresno Barrios Unidos is committed to supporting community transformation by empowering youth, young adults, and their families through advocacy, leadership, health education, and wellness support services. We are Built with Love and Rooted in Culture!


    Organization Budget: $1,000,001 – $3M

    Primary Service Area: Fresno

    Primary Focus Areas: Boys & Men of Color Empowerment, Civic Engagement, Community Engagement, Education Services, Girls & Women of Color Empowerment, Health Services, LGBTQ Rights, Voter Registration/Mobilization, Advocacy & Policy, Leadership Development & Youth Empowerment

    Website: www.fresnobarriosunidos.org

  • Fundación Merced, A.C.

    Generamos capital social

    Impulsamos el desarrollo y transformación sostenible del país a través de alianzas con actores diversos.


    Primary Focus Areas: Foundation

    Website: fundacionmerced.org.mx

  • The Funders Network

    TFN’s mission is to leverage philanthropy’s unique potential to help create communities and regions that are sustainable, prosperous, healthy and just for all people. TFN is committed to helping funders understand and address racism, economic inequality, and the imbalance of power — while engendering community-driven solutions and amplifying the expertise and experiences of those communities who are least heard.


    Primary Focus Areas: Philanthropy

    Website: www.fundersnetwork.org

  • Generaciones en Acción

    To help multi-generational immigrant families and organizations gain access to education, training, and cultural activities that contribute to their personal well-being, professional development, leadership skills and community impact.


    Organization Budget: Less than $500K

    Primary Service Area: Los Angeles

    Primary Focus Areas: Arts & Culture, Community Engagement, Education Services, Family & Parent Engagement, Leadership Development, Media

    Website: www.generacionesenaccion.org

  • Genesis Healing Institute (No longer in operation)

    To nourish and amplify the healing ecosystems which exist within communities directly impacted by historical, systemic and institutional trauma in the United States.


    Organization Budget: Less than $500K

    Primary Service Area: Alameda, Contra Costa, Fresno, Kern, Madera, Marin, Merced, Napa, San Francisco, San Joaquin, San Mateo, Santa Clara, Santa Cruz, Stanislaus

    Primary Focus Areas: Boys & Men of Color Empowerment, Girls & Women of Color Empowerment, Health Services, Philanthropy,Leadership Development & Youth Empowerment

    Website: genesishealinginstitute.org

  • Girl Scouts of Northern California

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    Girl Scouts of Northern California tailors programs to the developmental, educational, emotional, and social needs of girls from grades K-12.

    LCF invested in Girl Scouts of Northern California to support their Latina Initiative and deliver leadership programs to Latinas who want to join the Scouts.


    Primary Service Area: Northern California

    Primary Focus Areas: Community Development, Leadership Development, Women’s Empowerment, Youth Empowerment

    Website: www.gsnorcal.org

  • Good Samaritan Family Resource Center

    The Good Samaritan Family Resource Center’s mission is to help vulnerable families, including immigrant families, access needed services, develop self-sufficiency, and participate fully as members of the San Francisco community. Every day, we help striving immigrants and diverse families obtain the skills, support, and resources they need to overcome the challenges of poverty and displacement so, together, we can improve the world we share.


    Primary Service Area: San Francisco

    Primary Focus Areas: Leadership Development & Youth Empowerment

    Website: www.goodsamfrc.org

  • Greenfield Walking Group

    To promote health and safety in our communities by advocating for safe spaces for communities and empower our youth and residents.


    Organization Budget: Less than $500K

    Primary Service Area: Kern

    Primary Focus Areas: Civic Engagement, Leadership Development & Youth Empowerment

    Social Media Presence: www.facebook.com/Greenfield-Walking-Group-185253591609973/

  • Health Connected

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    Health Connected (Formerly Teen Talk) serves students and their families in San Mateo County through comprehensive sexual health education programs that help young people feel confident and supported to make informed decisions about their own sexual health.

    LCF invested in Teen Talk to support their teen pregnancy prevention program and the Teen Talk Panel presentations for students throughout schools in south San Mateo County.


    Primary Service Area: San Mateo County

    Primary Focus Areas: Parent Engagement, Education, Youth, Health

    Website: www.health-connected.org

  • Hidden Villa

    Our mission is to foster educational experiences that build connections and inspire a deeper appreciation and respect for nature, food, and one another.


    Primary Service Area: Santa Clara

    Primary Focus Areas: Community Engagement, Other

    Website: www.hiddenvilla.org

  • Hispanic Chamber of Commerce of Sonoma County

    The mission of the Hispanic Chamber of Commerce is to promote and support Sonoma County businesses with a commitment towards creating a healthy business environment through education, civic, and economic programs.


    Primary Service Area: Sonoma

    Primary Focus Areas: Corporate

    Website: sonomahispanicchamber.org

  • Hispanic Community Affairs Council, Alameda County

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    Hispanic Community Affairs Council, Alameda County promotes the value of education, cultural diversity, and community involvement.

    LCF invested in Hispanic Community Affairs Council to increase the number of Latinos who successfully graduate from college.


    Organization Budget: Less than $500K

    Primary Service Area: Alameda County

    Primary Focus Areas: Education, Leadership Development, Youth Empowerment

    Website: hcac-ac.org

  • Hispanic Federation Inc.

    To empower and advance the Hispanic community, support Hispanic families, and strengthen Latino institutions through work in the areas of education, health, immigration, civic engagement, economic empowerment, & the environment.


    Primary Focus Areas: Foundation

    Website: www.hispanicfederation.org

  • Homeboy Industries

    Homeboy Industries provides hope, training, and support to formerly gang-involved and previously incarcerated people, allowing them to redirect their lives and become contributing members of our community.


    Organization Budget: $50,000,001 – $100M

    Primary service Area: Los Angeles

    Primary Focus Areas: Boys & Men of Color Empowerment, Community Engagement, Economic Development, Voter Registration/Mobilization, S.T.E.M. & Workforce Development, Leadership Development & Youth Empowerment

    Website: www.homeboyindustries.org

  • Homies Empowerment

    To provide spaces where youth can heal, thrive and self-actualize, we mirror the positive assets that attract young people to gangs: a sense of belonging, protection, rites of passage, and meeting basic needs.


    Organization Budget: $1,000,001 – $3M

    Primary service Area: Alameda

    Primary Focus Areas: Arts & Culture, Civic Engagement, Community Engagement, Economic Development, Education Services, Environment & Climate Change, Family & Parent Engagement, Girls & Women of Color Empowerment, Housing; Immigrant Rights & Legal Services, Leadership Development, LGBTQ Rights, Media, Violence Prevention, Youth Empowerment

    Website: www.homiesempowerment.com

  • Homies Unidos, Inc

    It is our mission to defend the right of youth, families, and communities to pursue their dreams and achieve their full potential in a just, safe, and healthy society.


    Organization Budget: $1,000,001 – $3M

    Primary service Area: Los Angeles

    Primary Focus Areas: Community Engagement, Violence Prevention, Voter Registration/Mobilization

    Website: www.homiesunidos.org

  • Immigrant Defense Advocates

    The mission of IDA is to end policies that detain, dehumanize, and destroy immigrant communities


    Organization Budget: Less than $500K

    Primary service Area: Alameda, Sacramento

    Primary Focus Areas: Immigrant Rights & Legal Services, Advocacy & Policy

    Website: imadvocates.org

  • Immigrants Rising

    We empower undocumented people to achieve educational and career goals through personal, institutional and policy transformation.


    Organization Budget: $5,000,001 – $10M

    Primary service Area: Alameda, Alpine, Amador, Butte, Calaveras, Colusa, Contra Costa, Del Norte, El Dorado, Fresno, Glenn, Humboldt, Imperial, Inyo, Kern, Kings, Lake, Lassen, Los Angeles, Madera, Marin, Mariposa, Mendocino, Merced, Modoc, Mono, Monterey, Napa, Nevada, Orange, Placer, Plumas, Riverside, Sacramento, San Benito, San Bernardino, San Diego, San Francisco, San Joaquin, San Luis Obispo, San Mateo, Santa Barbara, Santa Clara, Santa Cruz, Shasta, Sierra, Siskiyou, Solano, Sonoma, Stanislaus, Sutter, Tehama, Trinity, Tulare, Tuolumne, Ventura, Yolo,  Yuba

    Primary Focus Areas: Arts & Culture, Community Engagement, Education Services, Entrepreneurship, Health Services, Immigrant Rights & Legal Services, Leadership Development

    Website: immigrantsrising.org

  • In Lak'ech Dance Academy

    The mission of In Lak’ech Dance Academy is to to co-create a community of Queer, Trans, and allied dancers to celebrate resilience, nurture collective strength, and heal from oppression.


    Organization Budget: Less than $500K

    Primary service Area: Alameda, Santa Clara

    Primary Focus Areas: Arts & Culture, Boys & Men of Color Empowerment, Community Engagement, Education Services, Girls & Women of Color Empowerment, LGBTQ Rights

    Website: www.inlakechdance.comimmigrantsrising.org

  • Inquilinos Unidos

    Inquilinos Unidos is dedicated to empowering low-income tenants through community organizing, education and advocacy to fight for safe, decent and affordable housing in Los Angeles.


    Organization Budget: Less than $500K

    Primary service Area: Los Angeles

    Primary Focus Areas: Civic Engagement

    Website: www.inquilinosunidos.org

  • Instituto Familiar de la Raza

    IFR’s mission is to promote and enhance the health and well-being of San Francisco’s Latinx community across the full spectrum of wellness from the most difficult issues impacting our community to health prevention & empowerment.


    Organization Budget: $10,000,001 – $50M

    Primary service Area: San Francisco

    Primary Focus Areas: Boys & Men of Color Empowerment, Community Engagement, Family & Parent Engagement, Girls & Women of Color Empowerment, Health Services, Leadership Development, Violence Prevention, Youth Empowerment, Advocacy & Policy

    Website: ifrsf.org

  • International House of Prayer

    The IHOPKC community exists to partner in the Great Commission by advancing 24/7 prayer with worship and proclaiming the beauty of Jesus and His glorious return.


    Primary Focus Areas: Education Services

    Website: www.ihopkc.org

  • Jamestown Community Center Inc.

    Through transformative youth development services rooted in the cultural and artistic traditions of our communities, we accompany youth and their families on their path to realize their potential as powerful and healthy members of society.


    Organization Budget: $5,000,001 – $10M

    Primary Service Area: San Francisco

    Primary Focus Areas: Arts & Culture, Community Engagement, Education Services, Family & Parent Engagement, Girls & Women of Color Empowerment, Leadership Development, Youth Empowerment, Workforce Development

    Website: www.jamestownsf.org

  • Justice Funders aka Bay Area Justice Funders Network

    Justice Funders is a partner and guide for philanthropy in reimagining practices that advance a thriving and just world.


    Primary Service Area: Alameda

    Primary Focus Areas: Foundation

    Website: justicefunders.org

  • Kapor Center for Social Impact

    The Kapor Center’s work focuses at the intersection of racial justice and technology to create a more inclusive technology sector for all. We work to intentionally dismantle barriers to tech and deployment of technologies across the Leaky Tech Pipeline through research-driven practices, gap-closing investments, increased access to computer science education, supporting and partnering with mission-aligned organizations, advocating for needed policy change, and more.


    Primary Focus Areas: S.T.E.M. & Workforce Development, Leadership Development & Youth Empowerment

    Website: kaporcenter.org

  • Kids in Need of Defense (KIND)

    To advance laws, policies, and practices that ensure children’s protection and uphold their right to due process and fundamental fairness.


    Primary Service Area: Statewide

    Primary Focus Areas: Advocacy and Policy

    Website: supportkind.org

  • Kids’ Vision

    To a) help students adopt the growth mindset skills required to learning STEM subjects and perform well at school; b) provide students with role models: professionals with STEM jobs; c) offer students hands-on STEM activities to practice their growth mind


    Organization Budget: Less than $500K

    Primary Service Area: San Mateo, Santa Clara

    Primary Focus Areas: Education Services, Girls & Women of Color Empowerment, S.T.E.M. & Workforce Development

    Website: kids-vision.org

  • KQED

    We are here for everyone who wants to be more. Our television, radio, digital media and educational services change lives for the better and help individuals and communities achieve their full potential.

    We celebrate diversity, embrace innovation, value lifelong learning and partner with those who share our passion for public service.


    Primary Focus Areas: Media

    Website: www.kqed.org

  • La Casa De La Raza

    The mission of La Casa de la Raza is to “develop and empower the Latino community by affirming and preserving the Latino cultural heritage, providing an umbrella for services and by advocating for participation in the larger community.”


    Primary Service Area: Santa Barbara

    Primary Focus Areas: Arts & Culture, Community Engagement

    Website: lacasadelaraza.org

  • La Clinica de La Raza, Inc.

    To improve the quality of life of the diverse communities we serve by providing culturally appropriate, high quality, and accessible health care for all.


    Organization Budget: $100,000,001M+

    Primary Service Area: Alameda, Contra Costa, Solano

    Primary Focus Areas: Community Engagement, Health Services

    Website: www.laclinica.org

  • LA Collab

    Our mission is to ignite a movement that inspires collaboration, accelerates Latino visibility and authentic representation, and drives exponential growth for the industry.


    Primary Service Area: Los Angeles

    Primary Focus Areas: Advocacy & Policy, Arts & Culture

    Website: www.lacollab.org

  • LA Cooperativa Campesina De California

    To help immigrant legally authorized farm workers and their families to achieve economic self-sufficiency through education, placement, and other supportive services.


    Organization Budget: $10,000,001 – $50M

    Primary Service Area: Colusa, Contra Costa, Fresno, Humboldt, Imperial, Inyo, Kern, Kings, Madera, Merced, Monterey, Napa, Riverside, Sacramento, San Benito, San Bernardino, San Diego, San Joaquin, San Luis Obispo, Santa Barbara, Santa Clara, Santa Cruz, Solano, Sonoma, Stanislaus, Sutter, Tulare, Ventura, Yolo, Yuba

    Primary Focus Areas: Education Services,  Advocacy & Policy, Leadership Development & Youth Empowerment

    Website: www.lacooperativa.org

  • La Union Hace la Fuerza

    Uniendo esfuerzos para un medio ambiente más sano en las comunidades de bajos recursos.


    Primary Service Area: Riverside

    Primary Focus Areas: Advocacy & Policy

    Social Media Presence:  www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100070988524141

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  • Latina Coalition of Silicon Valley

    To develop and strengthen the power of Latinas to advance our collective success through sisterhood, leadership, and civic engagement.


    Organization Budget: Less than $500K

    Primary Service Area: Santa Clara

    Primary Focus Areas: Civic Engagement, Education Services, S.T.E.M. & Workforce Development, Leadership Development & Youth Empowerment

    Website: www.latinacoalition.org

  • Latina Leaders of Kern County

    To foster leadership, identify and develop opportunities for Latinas, and to influence key issues affecting our community.


    Organization Budget: Less than $500K

    Primary Service Area: Kern

    Primary Focus Areas: Girls & Women of Color Empowerment, Leadership Development & Youth Empowerment

    Website: kernlatinas.com

  • Latino and Latina Roundtable of the San Gabriel and Pomona Valley

    The Latino/a Roundtable of the San Gabriel and Pomona Valley works to improve quality of life and socio-economic justice for the Latinx community and those facing inequities through advancing education, leadership development, and civic participation.


    Organization Budget: Less than $500K

    Primary Service Area: Los Angeles, Riverside, San Bernardino

    Primary Focus Areas: Community Engagement, Education Services, Immigrant Rights & Legal Services, Advocacy & Policy

    Website: www.latinolatinaroundtable.org

  • Latino Center for Prevention & Action in Health & Welfare

    Latino Health Access partners with communities to bring health, equity, and sustainable change through education, services, consciousness-raising, and civic participation.


    Organization Budget: $5,000,001 – $10M

    Primary Service Area: Orange

    Primary Focus Areas: Civic Engagement, Community Engagement, Family & Parent Engagement, Housing, Leadership Development, Promotora Network, Voter Registration/Mobilization, Youth Empowerment, Advocacy & Policy

    Website: www.latinohealthaccess.org

  • Latino Coalition for a Healthy California

    We are a statewide policy advocacy organization advancing health equity for California’s Latinx community—40% of California’s 40 million residents. Our powerful team members bring their personal lived experiences and professional technical expertise through our programming, policy development, and strategic communications. In collaboration with our trusted partners, we translate community solutions into equitable policy and lasting systemic change.


    Primary Focus Areas: Advocacy & Policy, Health Services

    Website: www.lchc.org

  • Latino Equity Advocacy & Policy Institute - The Leap Institute

    The Latino Equity Advocacy & Policy Institute works with farmworker, Immigrant, youth and disadvantaged communities to achieve social, economic, environmental and climate justice.


    Organization Budget: $1,000,001 – $3M

    Primary Service Area: Fresno

    Primary Focus Areas: Civic Engagement, Community Engagement, Economic Development, Entrepreneurship, Environment & Climate Change, Family & Parent Engagement, Health Services, Immigrant Rights & Legal Services, Leadership Development, Promotora Network, Youth Empowerment, Advocacy & Policy, Workforce Development

    Website: www.theleapinstitute.org

  • Latino Family Fund de Gilroy

    To improve the quality of life of the diverse communities we serve by providing culturally appropriate, high quality, and accessible health care for all.


    Primary Service Area: Santa Clara

    Primary Focus Areas: Foundation

    Website: www.gilroyfoundation.org

  • Latino Leadership Council

    The mission of the Latino Leadership Council is to foster leadership, education and advocacy on behalf of the Latino community through cultural inclusivity, strategic partnerships and innovative approaches.


    Organization Budget: $1,000,001 – $3M

    Primary Service Area: Placer, Sacramento

    Primary Focus Areas: Community Engagement, Education Services, Family & Parent Engagement, Health Services, Leadership Development, Promotora Network, Youth Empowerment, Advocacy & Policy

    Website: LatinoLeadershipCouncil.org

  • Latino Outdoors

    We inspire, connect, and engage Latino communities in the outdoors and embrace cultura y familia as part of the outdoor narrative, ensuring our history, heritage, and leadership are valued and represented.


    Organization Budget: Less than $500K

    Primary Service Area: Statewide

    Primary Focus Areas: Education Services, Health Services, Leadership Development & Youth Empowerment

    Website: latinooutdoors.org

  • Latino Service Providers

    The mission of Latino Service Providers (LSP) is to serve as a bridge across generations in the Latinx community. We do this by advancing the development of young leaders, building awareness about health and wellness, culture, social issues, and advocating for equity.


    Organization Budget: $501K – $1M

    Primary Service Area: Sonoma

    Primary Focus Areas: Community Engagement, Family & Parent Engagement, Promotora Network, Youth Empowerment, Workforce Development

    Website: www.latinoserviceproviders.org

  • Latinx Racial Equity Project

    The Latinx Racial Equity Project exists to train and empower Latinos to lead from a framework of decolonization and racial equity.


    Primary Focus Areas: Advocacy & Policy, Leadership Development & Youth Empowerment

    Website: latinxracialequityproject.org

  • LavaMaex

    LavaMaeˣ is a nonprofit that teaches people around the world to bring mobile showers and other services that promote well-being to people experiencing homelessness.

    Supported by a Donor-Advised Fund


    Primary Focus Areas: Philanthropy

    Website: lavamaex.org

  • Leading from Within

    We at Leading From Within (LFW) help bring our vision of to reality by equipping community changemakers to grow their ability to lead, collaborate, and drive solutions.


    Organization Budget: Less than $500K

    Primary Service Area: Santa Barbara

    Primary Focus Areas: Leadership Development

    Website: leading-from-within.org

  • Learning and Loving Education Center (No Longer in Operation)

    To be an agent of change by enabling low income, immigrant women to develop competency in English literacy and to build relationships among themselves, their families, and the community.


    Organization Budget: Less than $500K

    Primary Service Area: Santa Clara

    Primary Focus Areas: Education Services, Girls & Women of Color Empowerment

    Website: www.learningandloving.org

  • LGBT Pink Panthers Movement of Fresno

    To protect and defend the rights of all LGBTQ individuals. To fight back against the homosupremist agenda in today’s society.


    Organization Budget: Less than $500K

    Primary Service Area: Fresno

    Primary Focus Areas: Civic Engagement, LGBTQ Rights

    Social Media Presence: www.facebook.com/TheLgbtPinkPanthersMovementFresnoCaChapter

  • Liberty Hill Foundation

    Liberty Hill Foundation is a laboratory for social change philanthropy. We leverage the power of community organizers, donor activists, and allies to advance social justice through strategic investment in grants, leadership training, and campaigns.


    Organization Budget: Less than $500K

    Primary Service Area: Los Angeles

    Primary Focus Areas: Foundation

    Website: www.libertyhill.org

  • Liga Latina Concord

    Primary Focus Areas: Other

  • LISTAS (Latinas in STEM To Achieve Success)

    To increase the number of Latinas in STEM and Management fields by creating a pipeline of Latina role models that will empower and motivate young Latinas to join the professional ranks while being agents of change in their community.


    Organization Budget: Less than $500K

    Primary Service Area: Alameda, Contra Costa, Marin, Napa, San Francisco, San Mateo, Santa Clara, Sonoma

    Primary Focus Areas: Education Services, S.T.E.M. & Workforce Development, Leadership Development & Youth Empowerment

    Website: www.listas.org

  • ListoAmerica Inc

    Accelerate youth readiness in Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Math (STEAM) for full engagement and success in the 21st century workforce. Specifically, we want to inspire, engage, and empower under-served youth and underrepresented groups in STEM.


    Primary Service Area: Orange

    Primary Focus Areas: Education Services, S.T.E.M. & Workforce Development, Leadership Development & Youth Empowerment

    Website: listoamerica.org

  • Live Oak Cradle to Career

    Our mission is to work collectively to empower families, deliver resources, and advocate for equitable and inclusive support systems to eliminate disparities and ensure all Live Oak children thrive in their education, health, and character.


    Organization Budget: $501K – $1M

    Primary Service Area: Santa Cruz

    Primary Focus Areas: Community Engagement, Education Services, Health Services, Advocacy & Policy, Leadership Development & Youth Empowerment

    Website: www.liveoakc2c.com

  • Loaves Fishes & Computers Inc

    Loaves, Fishes & Computers enables individuals to reach their full potential by
    providing low-cost computers and computer literacy classes to local low-income families, while providing volunteers the opportunity to learn and explore technology through their service to the community.


    Organization Budget: Less than $500K

    Primary Service Area: Monterey

    Primary Focus Areas: Economic Development, Education Services, Workforce Development

    Website: www.loavesfishescomputers.org

  • Los Amigos de la Comunidad IV

    Primary Focus Areas: Advocacy & Policy

  • Los Angeles United Futbol Academy

    L A U F A is an elite academy-level club that provides a premier soccer experience for our youth regardless of socio-economic standing, while partnering with our athletes’ parents to manage their academic career through mentoring, after-school tutoring and academic scholarships.


    Primary Service Area: Los Angeles

    Primary Focus Areas: Health Services

    Website: laufa.org

  • Manos Unidas de South Modesto

    Unite, Advocate, and Empower South Modesto to increase community engagement and a vibrant culture.


    Organization Budget: Less than $500K

    Primary Service Area: Stanislaus

    Primary Focus Areas: Arts & Culture, Civic Engagement, Leadership Development & Youth Empowerment

    Website:www.facebook.com/Manos-Unidas-South-Modesto-Community-Group-147604495429861

  • Mexican-American Vintners Association (MAVA)

    The mission of the association is to promote the Mexican-American wine industry, support its members, and provide a platform for the exchange of ideas and experiences all while bringing awareness to world-class Mexican-American-produced wines and providing educational sponsorships to Latino youth.


    Primary Focus Areas: Food/Wine

    Website: nsmava.org 

  • Mi Familia Vota Education Fund

    To support the development of Latino leadership and community-based infrastructure and the construction of a healthy democracy by connecting the Latino community to issue-based campaigns for the advancement of civil, social, and economic justice.


    Organization Budget: $501K – $1M

    Primary Service Area: Fresno, Stanislaus

    Primary Focus Areas: Civic Engagement, Community Engagement, Environment & Climate Change, Girls & Women of Color Empowerment, Health Services, Immigrant Rights & Legal Services, Leadership Development, Voter Registration/Mobilization, Youth Empowerment, Advocacy & Policy

    Website: www.mfveducationfund.org

  • Mission Asset Fund

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    Mission Asset Fund (MAF) is dedicated to creating a fair financial marketplace for all by helping people navigate the world of money and develop programs that transform everyday financial practices into savings and credit-building opportunities.

    LCF invested in MAF to support the Lending Circles for Dreamers program, allowing Latino students to borrow money, build credit, and save money.


    Primary Service Area: San Francisco

    Primary Focus Area: Economic Development

    Website: missionassetfund.org

  • Mission Bit

    Mission Bit is dedicated to inspiring and empowering students to unlock their full potential. We build professional pathways for under-resourced high school youth by making computer science more accessible through our free project-based courses.


    Organization Budget: $1,000,001 – $3M

    Primary Service Area: Alameda, San Francisco, San Mateo

    Primary Focus Areas: Education Services, S.T.E.M. Training; Youth Empowerment

    Website: www.missionbit.org

  • Mission Economic Development Association

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    Mission Economic Development Association (MEDA) is strengthening low- and moderate-income Latino families in San Francisco’s Mission District by promoting economic equity and social justice through asset building and community development.

    LCF invested in MEDA to support the planning and implementation of MEDA’s Workforce Initiatives.


    Organization Budget: $10,000,001 – $50M

    Primary Service Area: San Francisco County

    Primary Focus Areas: Community Development, Economic Development

    Website: medasf.org

  • Mission Graduates

    To provide a wide range of afterschool, in-school, and summer programs helping to establish college education as an expectation and goal for every child.


    Organization Budget: Less than $500K

    Primary Service Area: San Francisco

    Primary Focus Areas: Education Services, Health Services, Leadership Development & Youth Empowerment

    Website: www.missiongraduates.org

  • Mission Neighborhood Centers

    The mission of MNC is to “promote and develop leadership by delivering culturally sensitive, multi-generational, community-based services that empower families to build strong, healthy, and vibrant neighborhoods.”


    Organization Budget: $10,000,001 – $50M

    Primary Service Area: San Francisco

    Primary Focus Areas: Boys & Men of Color Empowerment, Civic Engagement, Community Engagement, Economic Development, Education Services, Family & Parent Engagement, Girls & Women of Color Empowerment, Housing, Leadership Development, LGBTQ Rights, Violence Prevention, Youth Empowerment, Advocacy & Policy, Workforce Development

    Website: MNCSF.org

  • Mount Hermon Association Incorporated

    Since our beginning in 1906 Mount Hermon has been a welcoming place where people from all walks of life can put aside distractions and focus on what is most important: their relationships with one another and with God.


    Primary Focus Areas: Other

    Website: www.mounthermon.org

  • Moviemiento Cultural de La Union Indigena (MCUI)

    To rescue and promote indigenous languages and traditions among indigenous youth and to help agencies better connect to and serve indigenous communities facing language and socio-cultural barriers.


    Primary Service Area: Sonoma

    Primary Focus Areas: Arts & Culture, Education Services

    Website: movimientoculturalindigena.org

  • Mujeres Latinas de Stanislaus
    An organization to help the Latina Community.

    Primary Service Area: Stanislaus

    Primary Focus Areas: Civic Engagement, Girls & Women of Color Empowerment, Leadership Development & Youth Empowerment

    Social Media Presence: www.facebook.com/MujeresLatinasDeStanislaus/

  • Multicultural Center of Marin

    The Multicultural Center of Marin provides culturally appropriate resources and opportunities in a safe environment to empower and inspire diverse communities to build an inclusive and equitable county they want to live in.


    Primary Service Area: Marin

    Primary Focus Areas: Education Services, Immigrant Rights & Legal Services, Media, Leadership Development & Youth Empowerment

    Website: multiculturalmarin.org

  • NALEO Education Fund

    Founded in 1981, NALEO Educational Fund achieves its mission through integrated strategies that include increasing the effectiveness of Latino policymakers, mobilizing the Latino community to engage in civic life and promoting policies that advance Latino political engagement.


    Primary Service Area: Los Angeles

    Primary Focus Areas: Advocacy & Policy, Civic Engagement, Education Services

    Website: www.naleo.org

  • Napa Valley Child Advocacy Network Incorporated aka ParentsCAN

    Every child’s journey is different. We partner with and guide parents when challenges arise in their child’s education, health, behavior or development, so children can reach their full potential.


    Organization Budget: $501K – $1M

    Primary Service Area: Napa

    Primary Focus Areas: Community Engagement

    Website: parentscan.org

  • National Compadres Network

    The mission of the National Compadres Network is to strengthen and re-root the capacity of individuals, families, and communities to honor, rebalance, and redevelop the authentic identity, values, traditions, and indigenous practices of Chicano, Latino, Native, Raza, and other communities of color as the path to the honoring of all their relations and lifelong well-being.

    The National Compadres Network believes re-rooting the generational extended kinship Compadre and Comadre network will have an impact on reducing the incidence of substance abuse, domestic violence, child abuse, teen pregnancy, gang violence, heterosexism, racial inequity, and other individual, family, community, and societal issues.


    Organization Budget: $1,000,001 – $3M

    Primary Service Area: Alameda, Fresno, Los Angeles, Orange, San Diego, San Luis Obispo, Santa Barbara, Santa Clara, Tulare

    Primary Focus Areas: Arts & Culture, Boys & Men of Color Empowerment, Community Engagement, Education Services, Girls & Women of Color Empowerment,  Advocacy & Policy, Leadership Development & Youth Empowerment

    Website: www.nationalcompadresnetwork.org

  • National Partnership for New Americans

    NPNA exists to advance an immigrant equity and inclusion agenda at the state, local and federal level through policy, advocacy, and service programs that create vast opportunities for immigrant and refugee communities to achieve full civic, social and economic justice.


    Primary Focus Areas: Advocacy & Policy

    Website: partnershipfornewamericans.org

  • Native Sisters Circle

    Providing opportunities for Native youth to develop cultural identity and build leadership, while learning the true meaning of sisterhood.


    Organization Budget: Less than $500K

    Primary Service Area: Sacramento, Yolo

    Primary Focus Areas: Arts & Culture, Community Engagement, Education Services, Girls & Women of Color Empowerment, Health Services, Media,  Voter Registration/Mobilization, Advocacy & Policy, Leadership Development & Youth Empowerment

    Website: nativesisterscircle.wixsite.com/nativesisterscircle

  • Novo Mission, Inc.

    Novo is a band of creative missionaries sent to multiply movements of the gospel and mobilize the church for that mission around the world.


    Primary Focus Areas: Other

    Website: novo.org

  • Oasis Legal Services

    Oasis Legal Services proudly provides quality legal immigration services to under-represented low-income groups with focus on LGBTQIA+ communities.


    Organization Budget: $1,000,001 – $3M

    Primary Service Area: Alameda

    Primary Focus Areas: Immigrant Rights & Legal Services, LGBTQ Rights

    Website: www.oasislegalservices.org

  • One Day at a Time (ODAT)

    One Day at a Time provides youth with Hope, Support and Opportunity by building meaningful connections and relationships.


    Organization Budget: Less than $500K

    Primary Service Area: Contra Costa

    Primary Focus Areas: Community Engagement, Leadership Development, Youth Empowerment

    Website: www.odatec.org

  • Organización de Mujeres Unidas

    Organización de Mujeres Unidas/ United Women’s Organization (UWO) will empower Chicana/Latinas in Tulare County by providing training in leadership development in education, access to health, community service and advocacy.


    Organization Budget: Less than $500K

    Primary Service Area: Tulare

    Primary Focus Areas: Arts & Culture, Community Engagement, Education Services, Environment & Climate Change, Family & Parent Engagement, Girls & Women of Color Empowerment, Health Services, Immigrant Rights & Legal Services, Leadership Development, Promotora Network, Violence Prevention

  • Pacoima Beautiful

    Pacoima Beautiful is a grassroots environmental justice organization that provides education, impacts local policy, and supports local arts and culture in order to promote a healthy and sustainable San Fernando Valley.


    Organization Budget: $3,000,001 – $5M

    Primary Service Area: Los Angeles

    Primary Focus Areas: Arts & Culture, Boys & Men of Color Empowerment, Civic Engagement, Community Engagement, Economic Development, Environment & Climate Change, Family & Parent Engagement, Girls & Women of Color Empowerment, Leadership Development, Promotora Network, Youth Empowerment, Advocacy & Policy, Workforce Development

    Website: www.pacoimabeautiful.org

  • Pangea Legal Services

    The mission of Pangea Legal Services is to stand with immigrant communities and to provide services through direct legal representation, especially in the area of deportation defense.  In addition to direct legal services, we are committed to advocating on behalf of our community through policy advocacy, education, and legal empowerment efforts.

    Organizationally, we aim to create a non-profit that is scalable through a sliding scale fee structure and can grow in immigrant communities around the United States.


    Organization Budget: $1,000,001 – $3M

    Primary Service Area: San Francisco

    Primary Focus Areas: Advocacy & Policy, Immigrant Rights & Legal Services

    Website: www.pangealegal.org

  • Parent Institute for Quality Education

    To provide families with the knowledge and skills to partner with schools and communities to ensure their children achieve their full potential.


    Organization Budget: $5,000,001 – $10M

    Primary Service Area: Alameda, Contra Costa, Fresno, Kern, Kings, Los Angeles, Madera, Marin, Merced, Monterey, Napa, Orange, Placer, Riverside, Sacramento, San Benito, San Bernardino, San Diego, San Francisco, San Joaquin, San Mateo, Santa Barbara, Santa Clara, Santa Cruz, Solano, Sonoma, Stanislaus, Tulare, Ventura, Yuba

    Primary Focus Areas: Civic Engagement, Community Engagement, Education Services, Family & Parent Engagement, Advocacy & Policy

    Website: piqe.org

  • Parent Services Project, Inc.

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    Parent Services Project, Inc. (PSP) believes that in order for children to succeed in school and beyond, the strengths and skills of parents must be nurtured. They focus on families made invisible by race, immigration status, and/or poverty and provide them with training and support to be leaders in their children’s schools and communities.

    LCF invested in PSP to train and empower Promotores to advocate for themselves and the Latino community, especially regarding the role housing plays in determining health outcomes.


    Primary Service Area: Marin, San Francisco County

    Primary Focus Areas: Leadership Development, Parent Engagement, Education

    Website: www.parentservices.org

  • Peninsula Family Connections

    Family Connections is a family learning community focused on education and growth for underserved children AND their parents and caregivers.


    Primary Service Area: San Francisco

    Primary Focus Areas: Education Services, Family & Parent Engagement, Health Services

    Website: www.familyconnections.org

  • Professional Latin American Association

    The Professional Latin American Association is a non-profit organization, that was formed in August 2000 with four purposes in mind:

    • To promote the richness and beauty of the Latino Cultural Arts to the community.​

    • To raise scholarship funds for local graduating seniors & re-entry students in Kings County.​

    • To serve as mentors and role models to the communities youth.​

    • To serve as a social networking organization and for the purpose of enhancing the personal and professional collaboration of its membership.


    Organization Budget: Less than $500K

    Primary Service Area: Kings

    Primary Focus Areas: Arts & Culture, Education Services, Youth Empowerment

    Website: www.plaa-kings.org

  • Proyecto Pastoral - Promesa Boyle Heights

    Proyecto Pastoral’s mission is to empower the community of Boyle Heights through grassroots projects in education, leadership, and service.


    Organization Budget: $1,000,001 – $3M

    Primary Service Area: Los Angeles

    Primary Focus Areas: Advocacy & Policy, Civic Engagement, Education Services, Health Services, Leadership Development & Youth Empowerment

    Website: www.proyectopastoral.org

  • Radio Bilingüe

    To serve as a voice to empower Latinos and other under-served communities.


    Organization Budget: $3,000,001 – $5M

    Primary Service Area: Fresno, Imperial, Monterey

    Primary Focus Areas: Arts & Culture, Boys & Men of Color Empowerment, Civic Engagement, Community Engagement, Economic Development, Education Services, Environment & Climate Change, Family & Parent Engagement, Girls & Women of Color Empowerment, Health Services, Housing, Immigrant Rights & Legal Services, Leadership Development, LGBTQ Rights, Media, Violence Prevention, Voter Registration/Mobilization, Youth Empowerment, Workforce Development

    Website: www.radiobilingue.org

  • Rancho Cielo Inc

    Rancho Cielo invests in all young people facing challenges for success through diploma education, vocational training, counseling, and life skills development in a safe and affirming environment.


    Organization Budget: $3,000,001 – $5M

    Primary Service Area: Monterey

    Primary Focus Areas: Education Services

    Website: www.ranchocieloyc.org

  • Rapid Response Network of Kern

    The Rapid Response Network of Kern empowers immigrant communities to advocate for themselves and others to bring systemic change.


    Organization Budget: Less than $500K

    Primary Service Area: Kern

    Primary Focus Areas: Civic Engagement, Community Engagement, Immigrant Rights & Legal Services, Advocacy & Policy, Leadership Development & Youth Empowerment

    Website: www.rapidresponsekern.com

  • Real Authentic Women Wellness (RAWW)

    To build courageous women by focusing and initiating conversations around woman’s mental, physical, sexual and spiritual health and life’s purpose.


    Organization Budget: Less than $500K

    Primary Service Area: Fresno

    Primary Focus Areas: Girls & Women of Color Empowerment, Health Services

    Website: rawwnetwork.com

  • Resilience OC

    The mission of Resilience Orange County is to promote resilient youth leaders that engage in the critical work of building youth-oriented institutions in Orange County.


    Organization Budget: $501K – $1M

    Primary Service Area: Orange

    Primary Focus Areas: Civic Engagement, Community Engagement

    Website: resilienceoc.org

  • Respond Crisis Translation

    Respond Crisis Translation is a coalition of multilingual people who refuse to be silent amidst the xenophobic policies that negate migrants’ basic human right to safety. We are using our voices and language skills to expand access to legal services by protecting the right to access quality translating.


    Primary Service Area: Statewide

    Primary Focus Areas: Other

    Website: respondcrisistranslation.org

  • Salinas Community Science Workshop

    To offer a community space filled with the tools and materials of science that serves as a science education resource for kids, families and teachers to learn through interaction with the physical and natural word.


    Organization Budget: Less than $500K

    Primary Service Area: Monterey

    Primary Focus Areas: S.T.E.M. & Workforce Development

    Website:  www.communityscienceworkshops.org

  • Salud Para la Gente

    To provide high quality comprehensive and cost-effective healthcare responsive to the needs of the communities we serve.


    Primary Service Area: Santa Cruz

    Primary Focus Areas: Health Services

    Website: www.splg.org

  • Salvadoran American Leadership and Educational Fund (SALEF)

    SALEF’s mission is to promote the civic participation and representation of the Salvadoran and other Latino communities in the U.S., promote the economic development and democracy in El Salvador, as well as to advocate for its economic, educational, and political advancement and growth.


    Organization Budget: $501K – $1M

    Primary Service Area: Los Angeles

    Primary Focus Areas: Civic Engagement, Education Services, Immigrant Rights & Legal Services, Leadership Development & Youth Empowerment

    Website: www.salef.org

  • San Francisco Business Times

    To serve as a voice to empower Latinos and other under-served communities.


    Primary Service Area: San Francisco

    Primary Focus Areas: Corporate

    Website: www.bizjournals.com/sanfrancisco

  • San Francisco Rising

    We are San Francisco Rising, an alliance of base-building organizations rooted in San Francisco’s working-class communities and communities of color.  Our multiracial electoral field campaigns amplify existing organizing in our communities and bring that power to the ballot box.

    We believe that our journey towards racial, economic, and environmental justice is a journey for political power. Political power is about who represents us and the rules that govern us. It’s about our future.

    We organize day in and day out to we shift power to our communities and become co-creators of our future alongside our elected officials. We will always empower the people who are most marginalized in San Francisco to lead the way for government that centers racial, economic and environmental justice.


    Primary Service Area: San Francisco

    Primary Focus Areas: Advocacy & Policy

    Website: www.sfrising.org

  • San Joaquin Valley LEAP

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    San Joaquin Valley LEAP engages San Joaquin Valley communities to increase social justice awareness and strengthen grassroots leadership in order to empower Latinos, immigrants, and youth to achieve environmental sustainable justice while improving community health.

    LCF invested in San Joaquin Valley LEAP to encourage civic participation and educate the community about the importance of voting.


    Primary Service Area: San Joaquin Valley

    Primary Focus Areas: Community Organizing, Environmental Justice, Leadership Development, Civic Engagement, Policy Advocacy

    Website: www.valleyleap.org

  • Sankofa.org

    Sankofa.org is fiscally sponsored by Social and Environmental Entrepreneurs. Through art, culture, and media Sankofa.org addresses injustice and creates change at multiple levels. In support of our grassroots partners, we enlist artists, performers, and prominent individuals to deliver messages of moral and political consequence. We stage a wide range of events to further amplify our message and elevate the voices of those already doing this critical work. Additionally we employ online and offline media to increase the awareness and spirit of activism. Money raised by Sankofa.org is re-granted to our coalition partners working on the ground for lasting change and towards building a self-sustaining endowment to continue our work.


    Primary Focus Areas: Arts & Culture

    Website: www.sankofa.org

  • She Became

    Positively impact, influence, and promote girl + women leaders.


    Organization Budget: Less than $500K

    Primary Service Area: Stanislaus

    Primary Focus Areas: Girls & Women of Color Empowerment, Youth Empowerment

    Website: www.shebecame.com

  • Si Se Puede Collective

    SOMOS Mayfair seeks as its mission to support children, organize families, and connect neighbors to uplift the dreams, power, and leadership of community and address systemic inequities.


    Organization Budget: $3,000,001 – $5M

    Primary Service Area: Santa Clara

    Primary Focus Areas: Advocacy & Policy, Community Engagement

    Website: www.sspcmayfair.org

  • Sierra Health Foundation Center for Health Program Management

    To invest in and serve as a catalyst for ideas, partnerships and programs that improve health and quality of life in Northern California through convening, educating and strategic grantmaking.


    Organization Budget: $50,000,001 – $100M

    Primary Service Area: Fresno, Sacramento

    Primary Focus Areas: Boys & Men of Color Empowerment, Civic Engagement, Community Engagement, Economic Development, Education Services, Girls & Women of Color Empowerment, Health Services, Immigrant Rights & Legal Services, LGBTQ Rights, Voter Registration/Mobilization, Advocacy & Policy, Leadership Development & Youth Empowerment

    Website: www.shfcenter.org

  • Sociedad Organizada de Latinas Activas (SODLA)

    SODLA is an independent grassroots organization that provides Latina immigrant leaders with civic education and training and a structured space to develop leadership capacity and civic agency.


    Organization Budget: Less than $500K

    Primary Service Area: Los Angeles

    Primary Focus Areas: Civic Engagement, Immigrant Rights & Legal Services

    Social Media Presence: www.facebook.com/SODLASouthCentralLA/

  • Software Freedom Conservancy, Inc.

    Software Freedom Conservancy is a nonprofit organization centered around ethical technology. Our mission is to ensure the right to repair, improve and reinstall software. We promote and defend these rights through fostering free and open source software (FOSS) projects, driving initiatives that actively make technology more inclusive, and advancing policy strategies that defend FOSS.

    Supported by a Donor-Advised Fund


    Primary Focus Areas: Media

    Website: sfconservancy.org

  • Sonoma Valley Authors Festival

    The Mission – To Stimulate the Minds and Nurture the Souls of Readers

    The Sonoma Valley Authors Festival is an annual 3-day weekend lecture series that brings people together to hear authors from a variety of literary genres. Using a “TED Talk” style format that includes “main tent” and breakout sessions, speakers discuss their latest works as well as advances being made in science, technology, medicine, and current issues. At a time when the art of listening seems to be disappearing, the need for civil discourse has never been greater. With so many voices vying for our attention, people are receptive to well-informed speakers and eager for thoughtful conversation and discussion of ideas. The Festival attracts people who are committed to lifelong learning; many are at a stage in life where experiences are of more value than things and they enjoy vacations with a purpose.


    Primary Focus Areas: Arts & Culture

    Website: www.svauthorsfest.org

  • South Hayward Parish

    Our mission is to engage people of faith in the endeavor and partnership of building & maintaining a just and nurturing community.


    Primary Service Area: Alameda

    Primary Focus Areas: Advocacy & Policy, Economic Development, Education Services, Health Services, Leadership Development & Youth Empowerment

    Website: southhaywardparish.org

  • South Modesto Partnerships Inc.

    To mobilize faith, neighbors, private, and public partners to act together to support the health and wellbeing of the community.


    Organization Budget: Less than $500K

    Primary Service Area: Stanislaus

    Primary Focus Areas: Economic Development, Leadership Development & Youth Empowerment

    Website: smpmodesto.com

  • Spanish Speaking Citizens Foundation

    To help East Bay families improve their lives, embrace their heritage, and develop as civic leaders by promoting educational enrichment and civic responsibility.


    Organization Budget: Less than $500K

    Primary Service Area: Alameda

    Primary Focus Areas: Civic Engagement, Community Engagement, Economic Development, Immigrant Rights & Legal Services, Leadership Development & Youth Empowerment

    Website: www.sscf.org

  • ST Francis Center of Redwood City

    Our mission is to provide a safe and nurturing setting for the youth of the North Fair Oaks community to ameliorate their academic standing and physical and mental health, as well as develop their leadership abilities.


    Organization Budget: Less than $500K

    Primary Service Area: San Mateo

    Primary Focus Areas: Arts & Culture, Civic Engagement, Community Engagement, Education Services, Family & Parent Engagement, Leadership Development, Youth Empowerment, Workforce Development

    Social Media Presence: Instagram – @sienayouthcente

  • Stanislaus Multi Cultural Health Coalition West Modesto King

    Our Mission: Is to develop a community that strives to create a safe, productive environment through community advocacy, promotion of health and behavioral health and education of children and families.


    Organization Budget: Less than $500K

    Primary Service Area: Stanislaus

    Primary Focus Areas: Civic Engagement, Community Engagement, Education Services, Family & Parent Engagement, Health Services, Housing, Leadership Development, Promotora Network, Youth Empowerment, Advocacy & Policy, Workforce Development

    Website: www.westmodestocollaborative.com

  • Stockton Schools Initiative, a project of Reinvent South Stockton Coalition

    The Reinvent South Stockton Coalition aims to empower its residents to transform community through improving safety, education, housing, job creation, and health.


    Organization Budget: Less than $500K

    Primary Service Area: San Joaquin

    Primary Focus Areas: Civic Engagement, Education Services, Health Services

    Website: www.tides.org/project/fiscally-sponsored-project/reinvent-south-stockton-coalition/

  • Street Level Health Project

    We are an Oakland-based community center dedicated to improving the wellbeing of underinsured, uninsured, and recently arrived immigrants in Alameda County.


    Primary Service Area: San Francisco

    Primary Focus Areas: Family & Parent Engagement, Health Services

    Website: www.streetlevelhealthproject.org

  • The Stride Center

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    The Stride Center is a social enterprise that harnesses the power of technology and the digital economy to help men, women, and families in the Bay Area and Sacramento achieve economic self-sufficiency and independence.

    LCF invested in The Stride Center to assist low-income Latinos in gaining access to high speed broadband/DSL in their homes, with the ultimate goal of empowering them to improve their circumstances, heighten their capacity for self-determination, and introduce them to the tremendous benefits of the digital world.


    Primary Service Area: San Francisco Bay Area and Sacramento County

    Primary Focus Areas: Community Empowerment, Education, Youth

    Website: www.stridecenter.org

  • Tenants Together

    Tenants Together is a statewide coalition of local tenant organizations dedicated to defending and advancing the rights of California tenants to safe, decent, and affordable housing.


    Organization Budget: $501K – $1M

    Primary Service Area: Alameda, Contra Costa, Los Angeles, San Francisco

    Primary Focus Areas: Civic Engagement, Community Engagement, Immigrant Rights & Legal Services, Advocacy & Policy

    Website: www.tenantstogether.org

  • Tiburcio Vasquez Health Center, Inc.

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    Tiburcio Vasquez Health Center, Inc. delivers culturally and linguistically sensitive health services, health education, family planning, and more to residents of southern Alameda County.

    LCF invested in Tiburcio Vasquez Health Center to support their school-based health center’s teen pregnancy prevention programs in Alameda County.


    Primary Service Area: Alameda County

    Primary Focus Areas: Community Empowerment, Education, Youth, Heath

    Website: www.tvhc.org

  • UC Berkeley Chicanx Latinx Alumni Association

    UC Berkeley Chicanx Latinx Alumni Association (CLAA) engages current and prospective alumni with UC Berkeley communities and each other to elevate the tradition of academic and professional excellence.

    Supported by a Donor-Advised Fund


    Organization Budget: Less than $500K

    Primary Service Area: Alameda County

    Primary Focus Areas: Community Engagement, Education Services, Leadership Development & Youth Empowerment

    Website: www.ucbclaa.org

  • UFW Foundation

    The UFW Foundation’s mission is to empower communities to ensure human dignity.


    Organization Budget: $10,000,001 – $50M

    Primary Service Area: Butte, Contra Costa, Fresno, Kern, Kings, Mariposa, Merced, Mono, Monterey, Riverside, San Benito, San Joaquin, Santa Barbara, Santa Clara, Santa Cruz, Shasta, Tulare, Tuolumne, Ventura, Yolo

    Primary Focus Areas: Civic Engagement, Community Engagement, Economic Development, Immigrant Rights & Legal Services, Research & Data, Advocacy & Policy

    Website: sisepuede.org

  • Unidos Por La Musica

    The mission of Unidos Por La Musica (UPLM) is to promote economic self-sufficiency and upward mobility to low-income community residents through education and the power of music.


    Organization Budget: Less than $500K

    Primary Service Area: Riverside, San Bernardino

    Primary Focus Areas: Arts & Culture, Civic Engagement, Community Engagement, Economic Development, Health Services, Immigrant Rights & Legal Services, Youth Empowerment, Workforce Development

    Website: uplmnonprofit.org

  • Urban TXT: Teens Exploring Technology

    Urban TXT: Teens Exploring Technology inspires young men of color to become catalysts of change in low-income communities. We use technology to promote positive youth development.


    Organization Budget: $501K – $1M

    Primary Service Area: Los Angeles

    Primary Focus Areas: Boys & Men of Color Empowerment, Civic Engagement, Community Engagement, Economic Development, Education Services, Entrepreneurship, Leadership Development, S.T.E.M. Training, Youth Empowerment, Workforce Development

    Website: exploringtech.org/home

  • Valley Verde

    To promote healthy eating and provide food access and micro-entrepreneurship training to low-income families of San José/Silicon Valley.


    Primary Service Area: Santa Clara

    Primary Focus Areas: Health Services

    Website: www.valleyverde.org

  • Ventura County Community Foundation

    The 805 UndocuFund is a joint effort of immigrant-serving organizations in Ventura and Santa Barbara Counties to provide disaster relief to local immigrant families. Direct financial assistance is to help with basic needs, covering the cost of childcare r


    Organization Budget: $5,000,001 – $10M

    Primary Service Area: Santa Barbara, Ventura

    Primary Focus Areas: Community Engagement, Foundation, Immigrant Rights & Legal Services

    Website: vccf.org/805-undocufund-covid19/

  • Visión y Compromiso

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    Visión y Compromiso is dedicated to improving the health and well-being of underrepresented communities in California by providing comprehensive and ongoing leadership development, capacity building, advocacy training, and support to over 4,000 Promotores and community health workers.

    LCF invested in Visión y Compromiso to strengthen the capacity of health Promotores in Tulare and Fresno Counties by offering core skills training, leadership development, advocacy, and Affordable Care Act implementation training.


    Primary Service Area: Kern, Los Angeles, Tulare

    Primary Focus Areas: Leadership Development, Education, Health, Community Engagement

    Website: visionycompromiso.org

  • Voto Latino

    Voto Latino is a civic engagement organization focused on educating and empowering a new generation of Latinx voters, as well as creating a more robust and inclusive democracy. Through innovative digital campaigns, culturally relevant programs and authentic voices, we shepherd the Latinx community towards full realization of its political power.


    Primary Focus Areas: Advocacy & Policy, Civic Engagement, Leadership Development & Youth Empowerment

    Website: votolatino.org

  • Watts/Century Latino Organization

    Founded in 1990, the Watts/Century Latino Organization (WCLO) is a non-profit, community-based organization dedicated to supporting the development of healthy neighborhoods and self-sufficient families.


    Organization Budget: Less than $500K

    Primary Focus Area: Los Angeles

    Primary Focus Areas: Civic Engagement, Community Engagement, Economic Development, Family & Parent Engagement, Housing, Leadership Development, Violence Prevention, Voter Registration/Mobilization, Youth Empowerment

    Website: www.wattscenturylatino.org

  • The Women's Building

    To provide resources for women* to recognize their collective power and self-determination. *Gender expansive people (cis women, transwomen, non-binary folks, gender nonconforming people, gender queer people and any other women-identified people.


    Organization Budget: $1,000,001 – $3M

    Primary Service Area: San Francisco

    Primary Focus Areas: Community Engagement, Education Services, Girls & Women of Color Empowerment, Housing, Immigrant Rights & Legal Services, Leadership Development, Voter Registration/Mobilization, Advocacy & Policy

    Website: womensbuilding.org

  • Yolo Interfaith Immigration Network

    YIIN (the Yolo Interfaith Immigration Network) is a group of people serving and advocating for immigrants in Yolo County. We believe that by working together we can make our community a better place for all of us to live and thrive.


    Organization Budget: Less than $500K

    Primary Focus Area: Yolo

    Primary Focus Areas: Education Services, Immigrant Rights & Legal Services, Advocacy & Policy

    Website: www.yiinyolo.org/who-we-are

  • Young Life

    The mission of Young Life is to introduce adolescents to Jesus Christ and help them grow in their faith.


    Organization Budget: Less than $500K

    Primary Focus Area: Los Angeles

    Primary Focus Areas: Girls & Women of Color Empowerment

    Website: losangeles.younglife.org

  • Youth Speaks Inc

    Youth Speaks encourages youth to express themselves using their own idioms.

    By connecting poetry, spoken word, youth development, and civic engagement, Youth Speaks aims to deconstruct current dominant narratives by creating a more inclusive and active culture. Young people have the tools to take control of their lives through language and Oral poetry helps define the new American Voice.

    Having knowledge, practice, and confidence in the written and spoken language is essential to the self-empowerment of an individual. Youth Speaks fills a need for creative approaches to literary arts education and literacy development. It is crucial to provide spaces where youth can undergo a process of personal growth and transformation in a program that enriches their educational, professional, artistic, and leadership skills.


    Primary Focus Area: San Francisco

    Primary Focus Areas: Arts & Culture, Civic Engagement, Media, Leadership Development & Youth Empowerment

    Website: youthspeaks.org