Grants Database

Search our online database to find information on recent College Futures Foundation grants.

Community Partners

To support Just Equations to promote Math policies that are evidence based, aligned across systems, and support rigorous high-quality pathways that lead to equitable college completion.

Foundation for California Community Colleges

To support the California Acceleration Project’s facilitation of scaling of accelerated remediation in California’s community colleges by providing scholarships to colleges classified as “weak implementers” in AB 705 implementation to attend the three-day CAP Community of Practice in June 2020.

Foundation for California Community Colleges

To support planning for the next iteration of the California Guided Pathways project (CAGP 2.0).

Foundation for California Community Colleges

To support the design and execution of two convenings, which will help a subset of community colleges to integrate holistic student supports in their implementation of Guided Pathways reforms for better student success.

Foundation for the Los Angeles Community Colleges

To support Inside California Education’s four 30-minute episodes focused on the California Community Colleges and their role in the broader education system in helping to close equity gaps.

Jobs for the Future

To support policy landscape research and analysis to inform the Foundation’s overarching grantmaking and investment strategy by contextualizing dual enrollment within a broader range of K12 and higher education acceleration initiatives and student-centered practices.

Los Rios Community College District

To support the development of a student-centered case management approach to academic counseling and financial aid advising across its four campuses.

Mission Asset Fund

To support the emergency needs and persistence of low-income college students, including undocumented, foster youth, and housing insecure students, during the COVID-19 pandemic.


To support the next stage of financial analyses to demonstrate the short- and long-term return on investment (ROI) for students and families, high school districts, and the State of California to inform the scaling of equitably implemented dual enrollment.