Orange County Community Foundation

Organization Overview

Orange County Community Foundation is located in Newport Beach, CA. The organization was established in 1994. According to its NTEE Classification (T31) the organization is classified as: Community Foundations, under the broad grouping of Philanthropy, Voluntarism & Grantmaking Foundations and related organizations. As of 06/2020, Orange County Community Foundation employed 31 individuals. This organization is an independent organization and not affiliated with a larger national or regional group of organizations.

For the year ending 06/2020, Orange County Community Foundation generated $141.8m in total revenue. This organization has experienced exceptional growth, as over the past 5 years, it has increased revenue by an average of 14.0% each year . All expenses for the organization totaled $108.5m during the year ending 06/2020. While expenses have increased by 10.8% per year over the past 5 years. They've been increasing with an increasing level of total revenue. You can explore the organizations financials more deeply in the financial statements section below.

Since 2015, Orange County Community Foundation has awarded 5,465 individual grants totaling $492,338,632. If you would like to learn more about the grant giving history of this organization, scroll down to the grant profile section of this page.

Mission & Program ActivityExcerpts From the 990 Filing

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2020

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DISCRETIONARYIN ALIGNMENT WITH OUR MISSION TO CATALYZE SUSTAINABLE COMMUNITY IMPACT, OCCF CONTINUED TO DIRECT ITS DISCRETIONARY RESOURCES TOWARD MULTIPLE INITIATIVES: 1) ACT ANAHEIM, $156,000 TOWARD BUILDING A BETTER FUTURE FOR THE YOUTH OF ANAHEIM; 2) OC VETERANS INITIATIVE, $375,000 TOWARD ASSESSMENT, REFERRAL, TRANSITION SUPPORT, HEALTH, AND CAREER ADVANCEMENT FOR VETERANS RETURNING TO OC; AND 3) OC OPPORTUNITY INITIATIVE, $869,000 TOWARD ENSURING IMMIGRANTS SUCCESSFULLY INTEGRATE INTO THE ECONOMIC AND CIVIC LIFE OF OUR COMMUNITY. THESE INITIATIVES ARE MUCH MORE THAN RESPONSIVE GRANT PROGRAMS. IN EACH OF THESE INITIATIVES, OCCF IS THE TRUSTED COMMUNITY PARTNER WITH THE RELATIONSHIPS TO BOTH ASSEMBLE AND LEVERAGE FUNDING RESOURCES, AND THE CAPACITY TO FACILITATE STRONGER PARTNERSHIPS BETWEEN NONPROFITS TO ACHIEVE COLLECTIVE IMPACT. WITH A RELATIVELY MODEST INVESTMENT OF OUR DISCRETIONARY GRANT FUNDS, OCCF LEVERAGED THE CONTRIBUTIONS OF A BROAD ARRAY OF DONORS AND FUNDERS TO MAGNIFY OUR COLLECTIVE IMPACT. IN ADDITION, OCCF CONTINUES TO SUPPORT LOCAL NONPROFITS THROUGH OC NONPROFIT CENTRAL, A PUBLICALLY AVAILABLE DATABASE OF OVER 500 NONPROFITS LOCATED IN OR SERVING ORANGE COUNTY.


FIELD OF INTEREST AND LEGACY IN ALIGNMENT WITH OUR MISSION TO FAITHFULLY STEWARD THE INTENTIONS OF OUR DONORS, OCCF MAINTAINS SEVERAL FIELD OF INTEREST AND LEGACY FUNDS THAT AWARD IN ARTS AND CULTURE, EDUCATION, ENVIRONMENT, HEALTH, HUMAN SERVICES, SPECIAL NEEDS AND NONPROFIT CAPACITY BUILDING. TOTAL GRANTS MADE THROUGH A COMPETITIVE SELECTION PROCESS FROM UNRESTRICTED AND FIELD OF INTEREST FUNDS WERE $4,024,000. THIS INCLUDED $531,000 TO PROTECT ENDANGERED SPECIES AND $748,000 TO SUPPORT THE HEALTH, EDUCATION, AND SOCIAL WELFARE OF WOMEN IN ORANGE COUNTY.


DONOR ADVISED AND SCHOLARSHIP FUNDS CONTRIBUTIONS TO DONOR ADVISED FUNDS (ENDOWED AND NONENDOWED) WERE $111,007,000. GRANTS FROM DONOR ADVISED FUNDS WERE $90,868,000. OCCF ALSO HAS OVER 85 SCHOLARSHIP FUNDS THAT HELPED MORE THAN 500 STUDENTS WITH SCHOLARSHIPS TOTALING $3,262,000. OTHER GRANTING TOTALED$2,471,000. OCCF FACILITATES CUSTOMIZED PROGRAMS FOR DONORS WITH SPECIAL INTERESTS INCLUDING THE OC SOCIAL INNOVATION FUND AND THE ORANGE COUNTY PROMISE FUND. THIS YEAR WE ALSO PARTNERED ON FUNDING TO HELP PEOPLE IMPACTED BY THE PANDEMIC, WHICH INCLUDED THE ORANGE COUNTY COMMUNITY RESILIENCE FUND AND ORANGE COUNTY ARTS AND CULTURE RESILIENCE FUND. IN ADDITION WE ADMINISTER TWO COUNTYWIDE SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAMS: 1) THE HISPANIC EDUCATION ENDOWMENT FUND AND 2) THE AVID SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM.


DISCRETIONARYIN ALIGNMENT WITH OUR MISSION TO CATALYZE SUSTAINABLE COMMUNITY IMPACT, OCCF CONTINUED TO DIRECT ITS DISCRETIONARY RESOURCES TOWARD MULTIPLE INITIATIVES: 1) ACT ANAHEIM, $156,000 TOWARD BUILDING A BETTER FUTURE FOR THE YOUTH OF ANAHEIM; 2) OC VETERANS INITIATIVE, $375,000 TOWARD ASSESSMENT, REFERRAL, TRANSITION SUPPORT, HEALTH, AND CAREER ADVANCEMENT FOR VETERANS RETURNING TO OC; AND 3) OC OPPORTUNITY INITIATIVE, $869,000 TOWARD ENSURING IMMIGRANTS SUCCESSFULLY INTEGRATE INTO THE ECONOMIC AND CIVIC LIFE OF OUR COMMUNITY. THESE INITIATIVES ARE MUCH MORE THAN RESPONSIVE GRANT PROGRAMS. IN EACH OF THESE INITIATIVES, OCCF IS THE TRUSTED COMMUNITY PARTNER WITH THE RELATIONSHIPS TO BOTH ASSEMBLE AND LEVERAGE FUNDING RESOURCES, AND THE CAPACITY TO FACILITATE STRONGER PARTNERSHIPS BETWEEN NONPROFITS TO ACHIEVE COLLECTIVE IMPACT. WITH A RELATIVELY MODEST INVESTMENT OF OUR DISCRETIONARY GRANT FUNDS, OCCF LEVERAGED THE CONTRIBUTIONS OF A BROAD ARRAY OF DONORS AND FUNDERS TO MAGNIFY OUR COLLECTIVE IMPACT. IN ADDITION, OCCF CONTINUES TO SUPPORT LOCAL NONPROFITS THROUGH OC NONPROFIT CENTRAL, A PUBLICALLY AVAILABLE DATABASE OF OVER 500 NONPROFITS LOCATED IN OR SERVING ORANGE COUNTY.


FIELD OF INTEREST AND LEGACY IN ALIGNMENT WITH OUR MISSION TO FAITHFULLY STEWARD THE INTENTIONS OF OUR DONORS, OCCF MAINTAINS SEVERAL FIELD OF INTEREST AND LEGACY FUNDS THAT AWARD IN ARTS AND CULTURE, EDUCATION, ENVIRONMENT, HEALTH, HUMAN SERVICES, SPECIAL NEEDS AND NONPROFIT CAPACITY BUILDING. TOTAL GRANTS MADE THROUGH A COMPETITIVE SELECTION PROCESS FROM UNRESTRICTED AND FIELD OF INTEREST FUNDS WERE $4,024,000. THIS INCLUDED $531,000 TO PROTECT ENDANGERED SPECIES AND $748,000 TO SUPPORT THE HEALTH, EDUCATION, AND SOCIAL WELFARE OF WOMEN IN ORANGE COUNTY.


DONOR ADVISED AND SCHOLARSHIP FUNDS CONTRIBUTIONS TO DONOR ADVISED FUNDS (ENDOWED AND NONENDOWED) WERE $111,007,000. GRANTS FROM DONOR ADVISED FUNDS WERE $90,868,000. OCCF ALSO HAS OVER 85 SCHOLARSHIP FUNDS THAT HELPED MORE THAN 500 STUDENTS WITH SCHOLARSHIPS TOTALING $3,262,000. OTHER GRANTING TOTALED$2,471,000. OCCF FACILITATES CUSTOMIZED PROGRAMS FOR DONORS WITH SPECIAL INTERESTS INCLUDING THE OC SOCIAL INNOVATION FUND AND THE ORANGE COUNTY PROMISE FUND. THIS YEAR WE ALSO PARTNERED ON FUNDING TO HELP PEOPLE IMPACTED BY THE PANDEMIC, WHICH INCLUDED THE ORANGE COUNTY COMMUNITY RESILIENCE FUND AND ORANGE COUNTY ARTS AND CULTURE RESILIENCE FUND. IN ADDITION WE ADMINISTER TWO COUNTYWIDE SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAMS: 1) THE HISPANIC EDUCATION ENDOWMENT FUND AND 2) THE AVID SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM.


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Financial Statements

Statement of Revenue
Federated campaigns$0
Membership dues$0
Fundraising events$198,205
Related organizations$22,553,171
Government grants $0
All other contributions, gifts, grants, and similar amounts not included above$117,810,095
Noncash contributions included in lines 1a–1f $42,872,405
Total Revenue from Contributions, Gifts, Grants & Similar$140,561,471
Total Program Service Revenue$0
Investment income $3,131,264
Tax Exempt Bond Proceeds $0
Royalties $0
Net Rental Income $39,408
Net Gain/Loss on Asset Sales -$1,683,315
Net Income from Fundraising Events -$90,659
Net Income from Gaming Activities $0
Net Income from Sales of Inventory $0
Miscellaneous Revenue$0
Total Revenue $141,757,091

Grants Awarded

Over the last fiscal year, Orange County Community Foundation has awarded $188,759,658 in support to 1,684 organizations.

Grant RecipientAmount

MEMORIAL MEDICAL CENTER FOUNDATION

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Long Beach, CA

PURPOSE: HEALTH & WELLNESS

$15,000,000

MEMORIAL MEDICAL CENTER FOUNDATION

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Long Beach, CA

PURPOSE: HEALTH & WELLNESS

$15,000,000

Newport Beach, CA

PURPOSE: COMMUNITY IMPROVEMENT & DEVELOPMENT

$7,256,910

Newport Beach, CA

PURPOSE: COMMUNITY IMPROVEMENT & DEVELOPMENT

$7,256,910

ROCKEFELLER PHILANTHROPY ADVISORS INC

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New York, NY

PURPOSE: ENVIRONMENT & ANIMAL WELFARE

$6,000,000

ROCKEFELLER PHILANTHROPY ADVISORS INC

Org PageRecipient Profile

New York, NY

PURPOSE: ENVIRONMENT & ANIMAL WELFARE

$6,000,000
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Grants Recieved

Over the last fiscal year, we have identified 22 grants that Orange County Community Foundation has recieved totaling $263,350.

Awarding OrganizationAmount
$138,000
H & H Lee Charitable Foundation

Newport Beach, CA

PURPOSE: SCHOLARSHIPS FOR AVID STUDENTS

$40,000
Goal Foundation Giving Opportunities For Advancement In L

Glenbrook, NV

PURPOSE: SUPPORT CHILDREN IN SPORTS AND EDUCATION

$25,000
Schoellerman Foundation

Newport, CA

PURPOSE: GENERAL SUPPORT

$20,650
J W And Sandra L Mitchell Foundation

Aliso Viejo, CA

PURPOSE: TO AID IN CHARITABLE ACTIVITIES

$11,100
J W And Sandra L Mitchell Foundation

Aliso Viejo, CA

PURPOSE: TO AID IN CHARITABLE ACTIVITIES

$11,100
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Endowment Analysis

Beg. Balance$159,910,261
Earnings-$537,930
Admin Expense$1,578,504
Net Contributions$3,634,578
Other Expense$49,483
Grants$7,042,257
Ending Balance$154,336,665

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