Our work to improve educational outcomes and help L.A. high school students get to college is featured in The Hollywood Reporter's current edition, the annual philanthropy issue.
A decade ago, the Women’s Leadership Council – an exclusive group of successful professional women in Los Angeles – partnered with the Fulfillment Fund to provide mentoring opportunities to promising young women.
Incoming college students and their parents come together with one goal in mind: Stay on track for the transition to college in the fall.
Since 1992, the Fulfillment Fund mentor program has matched middle school students with adult mentors who help guide students on the path to high school graduation and college.
On Saturday, July 18, incoming college students and their parents will gather at a daylong interactive college simulation designed to prepare them for the experiences and challenges they'll encounter on campus in the fall.
More than 400 gathered at Dodger Stadium on Sunday, June 14 to celebrate L.A. high school and college graduates who have overcome obstacles to achieve the dream of college.
The Fulfillment Fund changed my life by supporting me in being the first in my family to go to college, and it provided a community where my mentor and I could create a lifelong friendship.
For students who have been admitted to four-year universities, enrolling in community college can be a tough -- but practical -- decision to make.
Fulfillment Fund alumna Marisol Granillo explains why she contributes to the Fulfillment Fund.
A message from Fulfillment Fund alumnus Jorge Parra on the importance of giving back.