CCREC's inauguration was generously supported by a Multi-Campus Research Programs and Initiatives (MRPI) grant from the University of California Office of the President.
Additional institutional support has been provided by UCSC's Division of Social Sciences; Office of the Vice Chancellor for Research; Graduate Division; Departments of Anthropology, Computer Science, Education, Latin American & Latino Studies, and Sociology; and the School of Engineering.
Our "Ethical Issues in Equity-Oriented Collaborative Community-Based Research" project has been supported by two major grants from the Spencer Foundation.
CCREC's Community-Engaged Computing initiative has been supported by a National Science Foundation grant: "Developing a comprehensive regional approach to data set integration to support data-intensive research in education in Silicon Valley."
CCREC has been generously supported by private gifts from George Brown and Julie Dryden Brown and an anonymous donor to support our "Growing Equity from the Ground Up" Signature Project.
Additional general private donations have been made by:
David M. Hooks
Deb Glass and Maria Hernandez
Deborah Kerdeman and David Tarshes
Diane R. Thomas Living Trust
Hannah and Kyle Heller
Jeanine and Guy Saperstein
Kate and Dan Glass
Libby and Douglas Glass
Linda and George Magre
Lori and Arnold Danzig
Marcia and Michael Katz
Pia Wong and Bruce Griesenbeck
Rima and Michael Apple
Susan Verducci Sandford
We are currently seeking additional funding partners for all of CCREC's programs and activities.
Your generosity supports a cutting edge endeavor to link communities, UC researchers, and policy makers in a variety of ways to work together to solve California’s and the nation's most pressing problems and to become a leader in building an equitable and sustainable future. Your donation will provide immediate support for our ambitious efforts.
You can make a gift to CCREC in many ways. Please contact us or go to our Donate page for more information on how to help us continue our important work of addressing the interrelated problems in California's economy, education, employment, environment, health, housing, and nutrition.
The University of California, the world’s largest public research university, is well positioned to provide leadership for better understanding the systemic and deep-rooted issues affecting the state of California and to coordinate efforts at the social, political, and institutional levels that must be shifted to address them. CCREC, with its multi-campus structure and concentration of leading researchers, has the capacity to help the University of California respond on the community and systemic levels to the issues impacting the state, to shape the design of such responses, and to establish itself as the leader of innovative Engaged Research.