Foundation: Support LBCC

There are several ways in which you can donate a monetary gift in support of Long Beach City College. Your donation will be used to support key college priorities, which include scholarships, curriculum development, and high-quality educational programs. If you have any questions about how your donation will be utilized, please contact the LBCC Foundation office. We will be happy to assist you in determining the right gift-giving option.


LB College Promise & Promise 2.0

The Long Beach College Promise and Promise 2.0 extend the opportunity of a college education to every student in the Long Beach Unified School District to create a more vibrant community. This innovative and nationally recognized initiative is transforming the lives of students and the city’s economic future by placing higher education within reach for all. You can make a promise and a life-changing difference for Long Beach City College students.


Establish a Scholarship

The success of our students is one of the most important aspects of the mission of Long Beach City College. Thanks to the generosity of various donors, LBCC offers many opportunities for students to achieve their educational and career goals through additional financial support. Donate any amount to the LBCC General Scholarship, or you can establish a named or endowed scholarship.


Associate Groups

The Long Beach City College Foundation Associate Groups support specific areas of the College’s academic and athletics life. Members of these groups are generally interested in the specific areas that they support. Most groups meet once per month during the academic year and hold fundraising events. Contact the Foundation if you are interested in joining one or more of these groups.



In light of the College’s efforts to prepare for online instruction, The Long Beach City College Foundation is extending the deadline for staff, faculty, and administrator grant applications to:

Friday, March 20, 2020

The Foundation Grant Program provides financial support to faculty and staff for programs that support students. The Foundation awards grants, each up to $1,000, annually to support projects based on need, impact and innovation. Special consideration is given to projects that include matching funds.