Our Mission

The West Contra Costa Public Education Fund mobilizes resources for our students and aligns the efforts of our partners to ensure that all students succeed in college, career, and life.

BLACK HISTORY MONTH GRANT CYCLE CLOSED

The Ed Fund is excited to provide Arts grants to support Black History Month classroom and school-wide projects and/or community events within the West Contra Costa Unified School District. We will announce this year’s grantees in coming weeks, stay tuned!

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Our Work

Program Updates

40 Classroom Arts Grants Awarded

40 Classroom Arts Grants Awarded

The Ed Fund is honored to have granted nearly $29,000 for 40 arts projects in the 2022-2023 school year. Learn more about the Bradley Arts Grant classroom program.

Ed Fund’s Equity Statement

Ed Fund’s Equity Statement

Learn about the Ed Fund’s commitment to centering Black students and families in WCCUSD. Read full statement here.

FY 21-22 Annual Report Available

FY 21-22 Annual Report Available

Check out the work that your support helped fund as students and teachers returned to in-person instruction during the 2021-2022 school year.

Announcing Our New Executive Director!

Announcing Our New Executive Director!

The West Contra Costa Public Education Fund is pleased to announce the selection of Robert Bunce as the organization’s new Executive Director. Click Read More for the full announcement.

Our Impact

We fund strong college and career programs, thriving climate and culture, literacy, and ensure students furthest from opportunity are provided the materials and experiences

to thrive.

Nearly $700,000 raised for the WCCUSD Covid-19 Response Fund

 $1.6 Million/ 550 Scholarships Awarded since 2005

+$2.2 Million raised for the Richmond Rapid Response Fund

Over 25 Fiscal Project Sponsorships

Our Supporters