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Press Release | December 11, 2023

Miguel A. Santana Named Next President and CEO of the California Community Foundation

Los Angeles, CA — The California Community Foundation (CCF) Board of Directors announced that Miguel A. Santana will be CCF’s next president and CEO. Santana currently serves as the president and CEO of the Weingart Foundation; he will assume his new role on October 16, 2023. Antonia Hernández will continue as president and CEO through October 13.
Press Release | May 16, 2023

California Community Foundation Mourns the Loss of Former Los Angeles County Supervisor and Board Chair Gloria Molina

Los Angeles, CA — The California Community Foundation (CCF) released the following statement from President and CEO Antonia Hernández on the passing of former Los Angeles County Supervisor and Board Chair Gloria Molina:
Press Release | March 23, 2023

California Community Foundation Announces President and CEO Antonia Hernández is Stepping Down

Los Angeles, CA — The California Community Foundation (CCF) Board of Directors, with gratitude to our longtime President and Chief Executive Officer Antonia Hernández, announces her plans to retire. After nearly two decades of leading and transforming CCF into a strong, vibrant advocate for Los Angeles, Hernández is ready to start a new journey.
Press Release | February 21, 2023

The California Community Foundation and the Weingart Foundation Announce New Fund Promoting Wellness and Sustainability in the Nonprofit Immigration Sector

The California Community Foundation (CCF) and the Weingart Foundation announce the launch of the Immigrants Are Essential Fund addressing the unique challenges faced by nonprofits in the immigrant rights sector in Southern California today. The fund was created in response to the findings of “From Burnout to Wellbeing Building a Sustainable Immigration Movement”, a report by CCF, Weingart, and The Raben Group, that found high levels of burnout, lack of mental health supports, and financial challenges amongst staff in the immigrant rights sector. “Nonprofits in the immigration sector advance a powerful vision of justice and inclusion,” said Antonia Hernández, President and CEO of the California Community Foundation. “We know that to realize this vision, the sector and the people that power it, need to be healthy, strong, and adequately resourced. The Immigrants Are Essential Fund takes the necessary first steps to reimagine support for our community partners that is focused more on supporting the people who provide these critical programs and services.”
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