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Advance A Just East Bay Together

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Black-led organizations are driving progress toward equity and justice in California.

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Organizations are the driving force behind our movement.

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East Bay Community Foundation

We partner with donors, social movements, and the community to eliminate structural barriers, advance racial equity, and transform political, social, and economic outcomes for all who call the East Bay home.

Explore our core program strategies to learn more about how we’re advancing an inclusive, fair, and just East Bay.

Your Philanthropic Home

When you choose EBCF for your philanthropic giving, you’ll find a robust network of like-minded individuals dedicated to advancing social change.

Investing in Community

With our investment strategy you have the option for 100% mission-aligned investments with a competitive financial return.

“Philanthropy is commendable, but it must not cause the philanthropist to overlook the economic injustice that makes philanthropy necessary.”

Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

Featured News

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Use a Donor-Advised Fund for Impact Investments

Learn how you can use your DAF to increase access to capital for BIPOC business owners and BIPOC-led community benefit projects.

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Reimagining Our Investment Policy to Advance Racial Justice

Updating our Investment Policy Statement was big step in our plan to create social impact using assets under management. Learn more about how we did it.

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Power, Change, and Justice

Interim President and CEO Pamela Calloway shares EBCF’s strategies to help communities most harmed by systems of oppresion to build power and advance racial justice.

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By the Numbers

$721

million in charitable assets under management

563

charitable funds under stewardship

$238

million in grants to 1,653 nonprofits in FY21

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