CollegeSpring is deeply grateful to the many foundations, individuals, and corporations who make our work possible. Thank you for helping our students reach their potential!
CollegeSpring is excited to announce an expanded partnership with the Michael & Susan Dell Foundation through a $1,039,528 gift in 2016, which marks our largest multi-year grant to date.
Their substantial investment has allowed CollegeSpring to critically assess our impact on the college graduation gap, identify key areas for improvement, and further build out its program development and external affairs capabilities, ultimately empowering us to serve 15,000 additional students, enhance our scalability, and elevate our impact on every student we serve. Learn more about the investment here.
Anonymous; Coleman Fung Foundation; Friel Family Fund; Kissick Family Foundation; Koshland Foundation; The Edwin Gould Foundation; The Kresge Foundation; Michael & Susan Dell Foundation; Mindy B. Rogers; William K. Bowes, Jr. Foundation
$30,000 – $99,999
Alex Farman-Farmaian; Conrad N. Hilton Foundation; Dana Emery; ECMC Foundation; Franklin and Catherine Johnson Foundation; Gene Sykes; Goldman Sachs Gives; Irwin and Concepcion Federman; Joel Jones; PricewaterhouseCoopers; Quest Foundation; Sarah Ketterer Family Foundation; Silicon Valley Social Venture Fund; The Sage Foundation; W.M. Keck Foundation; Yates Family Fund
$10,000 – $29,999
Anonymous; Arthur & Toni Rembe Rock; Bodri Fund; Dale Okuno; Diana Chang; Dwight Stuart Youth Fund; Elizabeth Cooper; Elizabeth Bixby Janeway Foundation; Frank E. Baxter; Jason Carroll; Jordan Waxman; Joseph Drown Foundation; Kitchen Table Foundation; Leo M. Shortino Foundation; Lisa and Douglas Goldman Fund; Maverick Capital Foundation; Nada Usina; Paul Martino; Ralph Sutton; Santa Ana Public Schools Foundation; Sheryl Sandberg; Southern California Edison; SRS Family Foundation Inc.; Teena-Ann Sankoorikal; The Craig and Susan McCaw Foundation; The Heckscher Foundation for Children; Warriors Community Foundation