2024 Fellowship Application

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Application Opens
March 5, 2024

Application Closes
April 29, 2024 (11:59 PM)

Eligibility Requirements
Visual artist (with primary practice in painting, drawing, photography, printmaking, sculpture, installation, experimental film and video, interdisciplinary/mixed media or performance art) residing full-time in LA county for at least the past 5 years. Artists whose primary practice is performing or media arts (e.g. music, dance, acting, film, video, or moving animation) are NOT eligible.

Grant Amount
$40,000

Official Application:

Please email fva@calfund.org with any questions.

Application Details

Applying to the FVA

All eligible applicants will be required to submit the following as part of their application:

  • Basic contact information (Name, Address, Discipline, Residency)
  • Artistic statement that describes your artistic goals and the nature of your work (2,000 character limit, approximately 250 words).
  • Artistic samples:
    • Up to six (6) images. Artistic work samples should represent work completed in the last three years. Or;
    • One (1) video (up to five minutes). Artistic work samples should represent work completed in the last three years.
  • Résumé/CV that outlines exhibition history, education, fellowships or awards received and art-related work history. Applicants must demonstrate a professional history of at least five years, including evidence of work in Los Angeles County.
    • Document should not exceed five pages
  • Link to artist website
  • Respond to the application questions
  • A letter of recommendation

View a recording of the application workshop that explains the application process at: https://youtu.be/2Wr66dqVPWA. For more information about this application, please visit our Frequently Asked Questions above.



Applications will be submitted via SurveyMonkey Apply

SurveyMonkeyApply is a web-based service that allows organizations and administrators to easily and cost effectively manage artist application and jury processes related to calls for entry.

Is there a fee for either the application service or the Fellowship for Visual Artists?
No, both the registration and hosting of images application website are free. There is no application fee to apply to the fellowship.

Is it mandatory to use SurveyMonkeyApply to apply?
Yes, only applications submitted via the application service will be accepted.

What do I write in the “Organization” and “EIN” fields if I am an individual artist?
Due to the SurveyMonkeyApply template format we are unable to change the “Organization” and “EIN” fields. Here are some work arounds for these two issues:

  • For the organization field: Please feel free to write your first and last name.
  • For the EIN field: If you don’t have and EIN number, please write in your social security number in the field in this format:
    • ##-#######

Please make sure the hyphen is added after the second digit. This will ensure you are able to successfully create a registration profile on SurveyMonkeyApply. This information is confidential and will not be shared with anyone for any purpose.

What if I don’t have an EIN number?
If you don’t have an EIN number, please write in your social security number in the field in this format ##-#######. Please make sure the hyphen is added after the second digit. This will ensure you are able to successfully create a registration profile on SurveyMonkeyApply. This information is confidential and will not be shared with anyone for any purpose.

Work Samples

Can I include multiple images in one image to show different perspectives around a body of work?
Yes, you are allowed to combine multiple images into one image. This will count as one image.

What do I do if I am unable to upload more than one image file on my application?
If you are submitting 6 still images, please consolidate them into a single PDF file and then upload.

How should I label my work samples?
Please label your work samples as follows: [first and last name]_worksample. Example: ChewBacca_worksample

Can I submit both images and a video?
No, you must either submit up to six (6) images or one (1) video (not to exceed 5 minutes). You cannot submit both. Applicants who submit both forms of work will be automatically disqualified.

The application states that multimedia artists can submit a video featuring a segment or sample of work that is less than five minutes. Can this be a montage of different projects or should it be of one single work?
It can be both. You can provide a single five-minute sample or multiple samples that add up to a total of five minutes, however panelists find it most helpful to assess artistic quality when they can see fewer pieces in more depth rather than a quick and flashy montage.

If you have further questions, you may submit them to fva@calfund.org. Please do not call.

Overview

The California Community Foundation (CCF) awards one-year fellowships to outstanding Los Angeles County-based visual artists through the Fellowship for Visual Artists.

The Fellowships for Visual Artists is a unique opportunity for artists because it is an investment in the artist’s career, rather than singular project. Artists are chosen by a panel of art professionals based on artistic merit and commitment to Los Angeles County. Receiving a fellowship is more than just a check. CCF Fellows receive:

  • $40,000 one-year unrestricted grant
  • Collaborative Artists’ Retreat
  • Opportunities to develop business skills to achieve financial independence
  • Membership to a community of prestigious artists in the region

Learn more about the CCF Fellowship for Visual Artists through our online Artists’ Gallery.

More about FVA

For 100 years, the California Community Foundation (CCF) has recognized, encouraged and supported the Southern California arts community by funding and nurturing a full range of artistic expressions. The Foundation’s goal is to ensure that arts and culture is a dimension of everyday life in communities across Los Angeles County. As such, the CCF Fellowship for Visual Artists is designed to support Los Angeles based visual artists so they can advance to the next level of professional development. Professional artists play a significant role in connecting communities, bridging cultural barriers and in celebrating the rich cultural diversity of Los Angeles County.

The CCF Fellowship for Visual Artists is a unique opportunity for artists because it is an investment in an artist’s career rather than a singular project. The award is an unrestricted grant of $40,000. The award may be spent according to the greatest need as determined by the artist. For this reason, the panel will consider the artist’s entire career and future promise.

CCF also seeks to support individual artists in achieving financial independence through their art practice. Therefore, the investment in the artist’s career also includes strengthening their business skills through a mandatory artist retreat which takes place after the award is made. The curriculum is tailored specifically for Fellows, with sessions and individual consultations on accounting and legal issues, money management, negotiations and alternative financing options. The retreat will provide Fellows with the knowledge, tools and resources to help them manage their life and careers more effectively. The retreat environment will also offer plenty of time for peer-to-peer networking, reflection, and the opportunity to learn from each other and build an artist community.

The California Community Foundation’s Fellowship for Visual Artists is made possible by the J. Paul Getty Trust Fund for the Visual Arts, the Brody Arts Fund, the T.M. and R.W. Brown Fund, the Jennie Strong Memorial Fund, the Joan Palevsky Endowment for the Future of Los Angeles, the Rose Anne Rice Charitable Fund and other CCF funds.


Objectives

  • To support and develop artistic or cultural talent of special merit that reflects Los Angeles County’s diverse population
  • To acknowledge the contributions of outstanding visual artists in Los Angeles County by enhancing, encouraging and nurturing artistic accomplishments
  • To increase access to artistic support among the diverse communities of Los Angeles County

Process and Eligibility

We select a multidisciplinary selection panel made up of distinguished artists and professionals from the Los Angeles arts community to review qualified applications. The panel will recommend grant awards to the most outstanding individual artists who have submitted all required application materials (including requested attachments and sample work) and meet the eligibility requirements. Awards will be based on the following criteria:

  1. Artistic quality and merit
  2. Past artistic accomplishments
  3. Impact of the fellowship on the artist’s career
  4. Work that is representative of the Los Angeles area’s diverse communities, including those defined by ethnicity, sexual orientation, disability, economic circumstances or geographic location
  5. Artist’s contributions to the cultural vitality of Los Angeles

In an effort to make the FVA application accessible to as many people in LA County, the application will be completed in two stages. The first stage is the basic application where applicants will answer eligibility questions, provide a written statement expressing their interest, and upload their work sample and a resume. After the April 29th deadline has elapsed, applications will be reviewed and then selected applicants will be invited to participate in the 2nd stage, which will include requests for written statements and a letter of recommendation. We will not be releasing the written questions or letter or recommendation instructions in advance. 

All applicants will be notified of the status of their application on SurveyMonkeyApply by early July.



Eligible applicants:

  • Must be working in the visual arts (e.g., painting, drawing, photography, printmaking, sculpture, installation, experimental film and video*, interdisciplinary/mixed media or performance art** in which visual art must be a significant and integral component).
  • Artists whose primary practice is performing or media arts (e.g., music, dance, acting, film, video, or moving animation) are not eligible
  • Artists must be visual artist with at least five (5) years or more of active professional experience in their field. Artists must have documented exhibition history, publications or other significant proof of professional accomplishments, including evidence of work in Los Angeles County
  • Must be a full-time resident of Los Angeles County for at least the last five (5) consecutive years prior to the application deadline. Full-time resident is defined as being physically present in Los Angeles County 9 months per year of residency
  • Must be at least 25 years old in age

Not Eligible:

  • Individuals that are currently enrolled in an arts-related undergraduate or graduate degree program
  • Individuals who live outside of L.A. County
  • Individual artists whose submitted resumes do not adequately demonstrate the required 5 years of professional history
  • Individuals who have previously received a CCF Fellowship
  • California Community Foundation employees and their immediate family members

 

* Art in motion on a film, video or digital format that transcends aesthetic, formal, ideological and/or narrative norms. The work seeks alternative modes of production or distribution, outside the theatrically commercial approach. Conventional documentary work is not eligible.
** An artistic presentation that incorporates the disciplines of music, theater, dance or other performance as a central element for engaging the audience. Performance artwork may be associated with advanced technologies, and more than one medium may be involved in the presentation.

FAQs

Frequently Asked Questions

Why are there two stages to the application?
In an effort to make the FVA application accessible to as many people in LA County, the application will be completed in two stages. The first stage is a simpler application, designed to be low barrier. The second stage includes a more detail written response and request for letter of recommendation.

Do I need to submit a letter of recommendation?
At stage 2, you must provide a letter of recommendation as part of your final application. The Letter of Recommendation must be uploaded on SurveyMonkeyApply.

Why did you eliminate the emerging and mid-career categories? Will you still be awarding Fellowships to emerging and mid-career artists?
This change addresses a concern that applicants have been telling us over the years—artists don’t want to be categorized by career level. This was especially true of artists history does not fit neatly into categories. As such, we no longer require that artists place themselves into these categories as part of our application process.

What has not changed is the goal of the award. The Fellowship seeks to award outstanding Los Angeles County based visual artists from diverse backgrounds and levels of professional experience. It is meant for artists who have produced work of excellent artistic merit but have yet to garner a level of acknowledgment and recognition that corresponds to their talent.

The award is not for an established artist who is at a mature stage in his or her career and has created an extensive body of independent work. It is not meant to award an artist that has reached an advanced level of achievement in their artistic discipline. If you are an artist whose work is widely collected, and/or your work has reached a significant level of recognition including solo exhibitions at major museums in the United States and abroad, the FVA is not a match for your depth of experience.

Will you be holding How to Apply workshops?

To be determined, please contact fva@calfund.org.

Eligibility

How does CCF define visual arts?
Painting, drawing, photography, printmaking, sculpture, installation, experimental film and video (a), interdisciplinary/mixed media or performance art (b) in which visual art must be a significant and integral component. Artists whose primary practice is performing or media arts (e.g., music, dance, acting, film, video or moving animation) are NOT eligible, and new genres may be deemed ineligible by the panel. If you are unsure that your genre is ineligible, please inquire at fva@calfund.org.

(a) Experimental film and video: Art in motion on a film, video or digital format that transcends aesthetic, formal, ideological and/or narrative norms. The work seeks alternative modes of production or distribution, outside the theatrically commercial approach. Conventional documentary work is not eligible.

(b)Performance Art: An artistic presentation that incorporates the disciplines of music, theater, dance or other performance as a central element for engaging the audience. Performance artwork may be associated with advanced technologies, and more than one medium may be involved in the presentation.

I am currently enrolled in a Master of Fine Arts program but have professionally exhibited for nine years. Am I eligible to apply?
No, students currently enrolled in an arts-related undergraduate/graduate program at the time of application are not eligible.

I am an artist who has lived in Los Angeles County for more than five years but currently live outside of the area (Orange County, Ventura, Inland Empire, etc.). Can I apply?
No, you must be a current full-time resident of Los Angeles County. Full-time residency is defined as physically living in L.A. County for at least 9 months per year of residency.

I have lived in Los Angeles for most of my life, however for the last 6 months, I lived outside of L.A. County. Can I apply?
No, you must have been a full-time resident of L.A. County for the last 5 consecutive years (depending on whether you are applying for emerging or mid-career). Full-time residency is defined as physically living in L.A. County for at least 9 months per year of residency.

Is there a limit to how many times I can apply for a fellowship
You may apply every two years when the application process is announced. Previous FVA recipients are not eligible to apply.

Group Submission

I am an individual artist but have worked with an artistic team (or collaborative) for the past 10 years. All of my work samples reflect my team (collaborative). Should I apply as an individual or as a team?
The Fellowship for Visual Artists is for individual artists. An individual artist who is part of the team (collaborative) is eligible to apply. However, recognition and the award (financial and professional development) will be given to the individual artist who receives the award.

About SurveyMonkey Apply

What is SuveyMonkeyApply?
SuveyMonkeyApply is a web-based service that allows organizations and administrators to easily and cost effectively manage artist application and jury processes related to calls for entry.

Is there a fee for either the application service or the Fellowship for Visual Artists?
No, both the registration and hosting of images application website are free. There is no application fee to apply to the fellowship.

Is it mandatory to use SurveyMonkeyApply to apply?
Yes, only applications submitted via the application service will be accepted.

Work Samples

Can I include multiple images in one image to show different perspectives around a body of work?
Yes, you are allowed to combine multiple images into one image. This will count as one image.

Can I submit both images and a video?
No, you must either submit up to six (6) images or one (1) video (not to exceed 5 minutes). You cannot submit both. Applicants who submit both forms of work will be automatically disqualified.

The application states that multimedia artists can submit a video featuring a segment or sample of work that is less than five minutes. Can this be a montage of different projects or should it be of one single work?
It can be both. You can provide a single five-minute sample or multiple samples that add up to a total of five minutes, however panelists find it most helpful to assess artistic quality when they can see fewer pieces in more depth rather than a quick and flashy montage.

Can I view applications of past fellows?
No, CCF does not share past applications, however you can view FVA recipients’ work on the CCF Artist Gallery.

Can I have someone at the Foundation or one of the panelists review my application before I submit it?
No. Applications are reviewed only upon submission to ensure fairness. Moreover, due to the volume of applications submitted each year, CCF is unable to provide feedback prior to submission.

There was a special circumstance that prevented me from submitting my application on time. Can I submit a late application?
CCF does NOT accept late applications regardless of circumstances. There are NO exceptions.

Selection Process

Can we find out who the panelists are before the public announcement?
No, the panel changes each year and the list is kept confidential until the public announcement.

How do the panelists assess an application?
Scoring is based on artistic merit through the artistic work samples (images/video), the artist statements, responses to the application questions and a letter of recommendation.

Award

When will awards be announced?
Applicants will be notified of passing Stage 1 by the end of May, with the final award determination by July.

If I receive a fellowship, are there restrictions on how it must be used?
There are no restrictions. Fellows can use the funds however they see fit. Recipients are required to attend professional development convenings including an announcement reception. Those dates will be shared and finalized in the future.

If I receive a fellowship, how soon can I receive the funds?
Please contact fva@calfund.org.

Other

Is there other important information I should know?
Please submit your application as early as possible to avoid mistakes and web traffic. You can contact us during office hours for any assistance regarding your application. The deadline for applications is April 29 at 11:59 p.m., after that time, we will be unable to provide assistance.

The California Community Foundation is seeking letters of interest for grants supporting work in improving immigrant health access, behavioral health and health policy and advocacy affecting South L.A.’s Centinela Valley.

Specific information on strategies and eligibility can be found below.  All potential applicants are strongly encouraged to speak with a Program Officer before beginning the application process to learn about current emphases.

Please also review our overall Centinela Valley Medical & Community Funds strategy and general eligibility requirements before deciding to submit.

Strategies and Outcomes

To promote and improve the health and quality of life of children and adults living in the Centinela Valley, the foundation focuses on grants to organizations that address the following topics:

  • Increasing integration of medical, dental, vision, mental health and substance use prevention, care and treatment services
  • Facilitating cross-sector and regional systems collaboration among L.A. County public sector partners, nonprofit hospital/health systems, other nonprofits, and community partners to address the root causes of racial/ethnic health disparities including but not limited to immigration status.
  • Supporting health policy/advocacy efforts that promote universal access to and utilization of health coverage, services and other public benefits
  • At least 90 percent of individuals who would be served by the proposed program must reside in these zip codes: 90001, 90002, 90003, 90008, 90011, 90016, 90018, 90037, 90043, 90044, 90045, 90047, 90059, 90061, 90062, 90220, 90245, 90249, 90250, 90260, 90301, 90302, 90303, 90304 and 90305.

Apply Now

To apply, please login in via Nonprofit Connect and select the Centinela Valley Medical and Community Funds Application.

Apply Now

For questions, please contact Rose Veniegas, senior program officer, health, at rveniegas@calfund.org

For more information on the application process and requirements, visit our How to Apply page.

FAQs

General

Q. Has the Centinela proposal changed?
A: Yes. In the past the Centinela funds were available through a Request for Proposals released each year in the fall. Beginning July 1, 2018, the Centinela funding application will be open on an ongoing basis through the main CCF portal. Eligibility for the funds will continue to be guided by the focus on services for residents in select zip codes, e.g., 90001, 90002, 90003, 90008, 90011, 90016, 90018, 90037, 90043, 90044, 90045, 90047, 90059, 90061, 90062, 90220, 90245, 90249, 90250, 90260, 90301, 90302, 90303, 90304 and 90305.

Q. What organizations can apply for funds?
A: Nonprofit hospitals and nonprofits with health as a focus of their mission can apply for the funds. Each year approximately $2 million is available for grants to hospitals and less than $1 million is available for grants to other eligible nonprofits.

Q. Do I have to talk with a Program Officer before applying?
A: Yes. For hospital-related applications please contact Rose Veniegas, Ph.D. at (213) 452-6250 or rveniegas@calfund.org. For nonprofit-related applications please contact Denise Tom at (213) 452-6231 or dtom@calfund.org.

Q. Can you e-mail me the application/RFP?
A: All materials are posted through CCF’s open grants portal.

Q: What is an MOU?
A: An MOU is an acronym for Memorandum of Understanding. It is an informal document that describes an agreement between parties. In this case, it would describe how two or more nonprofit organizations will work together or collaborate on a program or project.

Q: In your past RFPs hospitals were encouraged to partner with clinics. Is a hospital required to partner with a clinic or community-based organization?
A: No, there is no requirement, but we strongly encourage a partnership so that there is an opportunity for more funds to be disbursed to a clinic or community- based organization through the hospital partnership. The hospital would be the applicant organization for the grants from the $2 million pool of funds.

Q: Is a community clinic required to partner with a hospital?
A: No. (see above)

Q: Do we have to partner with a clinic or hospital if we are not a clinic or a hospital?
A: No.

Q: Which organizations have been funded in the past?
A: A list of our Centinela grantees since 1999 is available on our website.

Q: Can we request core/program/project/pilot/research funding?
A: Yes. The funds can be used for core support, programs and services, projects, pilots and medical research.

Q: Can we submit more than one application?
A: No.

Q: How much funding can we request?
A: Hospitals may request a minimum of $500,000 total over two years, e.g., $250,000 per year. All other eligible nonprofits may request a minimum of $100,000 over two years, e.g., $50,000 per year. Organizations with which CCF has had a deep and durable relationship will be considered for longer-term, and larger award amounts.

Q: What else should I know about the Centinela priorities?
A: Please review the reports provided in the application information section of this page.

Eligibility

Q: Are we eligible if we are not a clinic?
A: Yes.

Q: If we want to serve our specific communities, it’s hard to fit them into the Centinela zip codes because they are spread widely. How can I serve this population under these funding restrictions?
A: CCF is required to follow the funding priorities outlined in the trust agreement with the California State Attorney General. If awarded funds for the Centinela Valley Medical and Community Funds, grantee partners will be asked to provide regular progress reports including information on where clients reside and where services are delivered.

Q: What is the 90 percent requirement/criterion?
A. At least 90 percent of individuals who would be served by the proposed program must reside in any of these zip codes: 90001, 90002, 90003, 90008, 90011, 90016, 90018, 90037, 90043, 90044, 90045, 90047, 90059, 90061, 90062, 90220, 90245, 90249, 90250, 90260, 90301, 90302, 90303, 90304 and 90305.

If the program/services will provide medical care or insurance to clients, 90 percent of clients served must reside in the designated zip codes. If it is a community–based program, at least 90 percent of grant dollars must benefit residents within the designated zip codes.

Q: What if our program is not based in Centinela, but our clients are from those areas? Can we still apply?
A: Yes, you can apply. Our focus is to ensure that residents in those areas are served. The administrative or program offices may be in zip codes outside of the designated zip codes. An application in which 60 percent of clients served are in the Centinela zip codes will be more competitive than another application in which
40 percent of clients are from those zip codes.

Q. What if our program predominantly serves homeless clients who do not have a fixed address?
A: CCF will request program-level but not client-level documentation that shows that clients use the program as their primary location to access necessary services.

Q: What if we want to fund a mobile clinic to serve the Centinela area, but we are not located in Centinela? Can we do that?
A: Yes, because our focus is to ensure that clients in those areas are served, and not that the providers be located in those areas.

Q: What if our current Centinela award ends on Dec. 31, 2018, can I apply?
A: Yes, you can apply for a grant whose start date will begin after the end of the current award.

Q: If our programs branch is funded by Centinela, but the hospital branch is not, can we apply as a lead agency in a collaborative?
A: If the organization is a Centinela grantee partner at the time of a possible new award, the organization is not eligible to apply. The branch/division is still considered part of the same larger entity.

Q: If we have a current grant from the general health portfolio, can we apply to Centinela?
A: No. Because there are so many organizations doing important work in Los Angeles County, we prefer not to give concurrent grants to an organization.

Q: My organization has been turned down multiple times. Will we ever be a fit?
A: A call with the Program Officer is highly recommended. Past declines were associated with previous funding priorities. In advance, please review our focused strategies for Health and Centinela funding through 2025.

For the 2018-19 and 2019-20 fiscal years, we will focus on supporting Drug Medi-Cal organizations (organizations that provide substance use disorder services).

Q: We were funded in the past and yet we are no longer a fit. How is that possible?
A: There could be multiple reasons, such as the funding priorities, collaborations that are not deep and durable, less than robust letters of support, conflicts of interest identified in the organizational structure, current priorities of the foundation, or a target population that may be too limited for the Centinela Valley. We have also updated the funding strategies as listed above.

Budget

Q: Do we need to submit a program/project budget?
A: Not at the time of application. If the application is awarded, a projected spending budget and a budget narrative will be requested.

Q: Do we have a better chance of being funded if we ask for a lower amount?
A: No. The amount of funding requested is considered in conjunction with the fit of the request to the funding priorities and the resources needed to conduct the work.

Narrative

Q: If we would like to request core operating support for a number of programs/projects can we include the objectives for these programs/projects into one proposal for core operating costs?
A: The objectives would need to reflect appropriate programs/services as prioritized by the applicant and as negotiated with CCF.

Q: If we are proposing a partnership do we have to include a subgrant/subcontract to the partners listed?
A: Equitable distribution of resources is highly encouraged and will be reviewed in the projected budgets. It is the decision of the applicant to establish the terms and operations of the partnership. A memorandum of understanding between the partners is highly encouraged.

Q: What is negotiated core operating support?
A: Core operating support is general support for an organization’s ongoing services and administration. Negotiated core operating support includes grant objectives that are negotiated with CCF that are directly related to the purposes for which the funds will be used.

Q. Can an organization apply for a multi-year grant?
A: Grants are available in variable time frames.

Attachments

Q: Should we include letters of support or memoranda of understanding/agreement?
A: Letters of support or memoranda of understanding/agreement (MOU/MOA) are required. Collaborations with a longer history, greater depth or more extensive interaction will be more competitive than collaborations of relatively shorter duration, limited interaction and limited depth of experience. Completed MOU/MOA can be used in place of new MOU/MOA.

Q: How many letters of support should we submit?
A: There is no minimum number of letters of support or memoranda of understanding/agreement. Past letters demonstrating deep and durable partnerships can be submitted with the Centinela application.

Q: There was an error message when I included an attachment. Do I need to redo the application?
A: If you receive an error message during your application submission please contact grantsmanager@calfund.org and send a description and screenshot of the error.

Q: There was a missing budget/zip code/narrative template. Can you e-mail me the template?
A: If you have difficulty downloading the templates, please contact grantsmanager@calfund.org.

The California Community Foundation is seeking letters of interest for grants supporting work in improving immigrant health access, behavioral health and health policy and advocacy.Specific information on strategies and eligibility can be found below. All potential applicants are strongly encouraged to speak with a Program Officer before beginning the application process to learn more about the current emphases.

Please also review our overall health and general eligibility requirements before deciding to submit.

Strategies & Outcomes

To promote and improve the health and quality of life of children and adults living in Los Angeles County, the foundation focuses on grants to organizations that address the following topics:

  • Increasing integration of medical, dental, vision, mental health and substance use prevention, care and treatment services
  • Facilitating cross-sector and regional systems collaboration among L.A. County public sector partners, nonprofit hospital/health systems, other nonprofits, and community partners to address the root causes of racial/ethnic health disparities including but not limited to immigration status
  • Supporting health policy/advocacy efforts that promote universal access to and utilization of health coverage, services and other public benefits

Apply Now

To apply, please login in via Nonprofit Connect and select the Centinela Valley Medical and Community Funds Application.

Apply Now

For questions, please contact Rose Veniegas, senior program officer, health, at rveniegas@calfund.org

For more information on the application process and requirements, visit our How to Apply page.