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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.



CA Legislative and Budget Victories for Boys and Men of Color

Aug 20, 2019

By Sergio Cuellar As the California state legislature’s 2019 session draws to a close on September 13th, the coming weeks will be critical. Our partners at Alliance for Boys and Men of Color, organizations across California, and young people and families have been mobilizing to champion policy and budget priorities that will improve the lives … Continue reading CA Legislative and Budget Victories for Boys and Men of Color

Member Spotlight – Antonia Hernández

Jul 16, 2019

What is your vision for California Community Foundation’s work in Los Angeles and the region? Our mission is to lead positive systemic change that strengthens Los Angeles communities. We envision a future where all Angelenos have the opportunity to contribute to the productivity, health and well-being of our region. And we believe that our common … Continue reading Member Spotlight – Antonia Hernández

San Francisco legislators vote to shut down juvenile hall

Jun 19, 2019

Through the leadership and advocacy of community leaders and youth, who have been pushing for community-based alternatives to incarceration for years, San Francisco made history this month as the first major city in the country to pass legislation to shut down its juvenile hall. Introduced earlier this year through the partnership of Young Women’s Freedom … Continue reading San Francisco legislators vote to shut down juvenile hall

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