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Welcome to the California Funders for Boys and Men of Color

All young people deserve access to the opportunities they need to succeed and thrive—today and for generations to come.

The CFBMOC brings together CEOs from the state’s leading philanthropic institutions to shape a better future for boys and men of color—and for California.

Together, we are dedicated to aligning our efforts, resources and influence to improve the lives of African American, Latino, Asian Pacific Islander and Native American boys and young men. Learn More


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CFBMOC Members

Participating funders range from family and private foundations to corporate and community funders, and address issues such as health, education, criminal justice reform, immigrant rights, workforce development, youth leadership and more.



Obama Foundation Selects Five California Communities as part of MBK Community Challenge Competition

Nov 15, 2018

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: November 15, 2018 Press Contact: Bilen Mesfin,, 510-681-5978 Layla Crater,, 310-804-3107 Obama Foundation Selects Five...

Member Spotlight – Shane Goldmith, President and CEO of Liberty Hill Foundation

Aug 30, 2018

What is your vision for Liberty Hill Foundation’s work in Los Angeles? In many ways, Los Angeles is at a...

Day Of Action: Young and Old Speak Up Against Police Deadly Use of Force

Aug 28, 2018

From the Sacramento Observer by Genoa Barrow, OBSERVER Senior Staff Writer Teens pumped their fits and yelled “Ain’t no power...

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