Empowering Youth Through Education

Supporters

The Fulfillment Fund relies on the support of individuals, corporations and foundations to provide the resources that enable us to deliver our signature college access services for students growing up in economically and educationally underresourced communities.

We thank all of our generous donors for their support.

 

Thanks to our generous supporters

Wells Fargo is a provider of banking, mortgage, investing, credit card, insurance, and consumer and commercial financial services.

The Dream Fund at UCLA is a community-based fund devoted to the support of a wide range of charitable projects throughout the United States.

Giving back to communities is one of the founding principles of The Walt Disney Company, which is committed to building on its philanthropic legacy with programs that make lasting, positive change in communities, with a particular emphasis on kids and families.

Panda Cares was established in 1999 and has donated millions of dollars in food to not-for-profit organizations, schools and children's hospitals.

The College Access Foundation of California is a private foundation committed to increasing the number of low-income students who attend and complete college across the state. We believe improving college achievement is central to preserving California’s future, and the Foundation works to provide low-income and historically underrepresented student populations with the knowledge, resources, and tools they need to make that achievement possible.

Founded in 1996 by CAA's managing partners, the philanthropic arm of the agency is an integral part of the company's culture. Entirely underwritten by CAA, the Foundation is able to tap into the agency's most plentiful and defining resource - popular culture - to create positive social change.