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921 11th Street, Suite 1100
Sacramento, CA 95814

(310) 560-4840

The California ConservationCorps Foundation (CCCF) is a non-profit public benefit organization that supports the programs and crew members of the California Conservation Corps (CCC) through philanthropy.

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Become a Member

The friends of the ccc launches new membership PROGRAM!  

Please take a look and select from the membership options below to choose the one that is right for you.



Becoming a Friend of the CCC is free, it is also our basic level of membership. Simply give us your contact information. Nothing more, nothing less..  We will to add you to our list of CCC supporters and keep you informed of upcoming events, reunions and volunteer opportunities... as they happen.  The "Friend" level  includes a free electronic copy of the "Friends of the CCC" E-Newsletter. 

Click on the “BECOME A FRIEND” button to JOIN! 


CONTRIBUTING Membership Levels

There are various levels of "membership" that allow individuals to make a financial contribution at their own comfort level. After reviewing the membership levels and benefits here, please go to the "BECOME A MEMBER" button below to become a contributing member to the Friends of the CCC.  Donations can take place on a one-time, monthly or yearly basis in any amount you choose.   Remember, your contribution goes to support important CCC programs that benefit corpsmembers.  The “Friends” of the CCC” is an initiative of the CCC Foundation, which is a non-profit 501 (c) (3) public benefit organization. 



For a minimum of $10 you can become a "Supporter" member and you will receive the Friends of the CCC E-Newsletter and Friends decal shown here.


Help boost the CCC to new heights by contributing a minimum of $25 annually and become a “Booster” level member. We would like to add you to our list of CCC supporters and keep you informed of upcoming events, reunions and volunteer opportunities.  You will received the Friends of the CCC E-Newsletter, decal and Friends coffee mug shown here.


You can become a CCC “Advocate” by contributing a minimum of $100 annually through this membership program. "Advocate" level benefits include the Friends of the CCC E-Newsletter, decal, coffee mug, and Friends tote bag shown here. 


Become a “Champion” by contributing a minimum of $250 annually. Champion level benefits include the Friends of the CCC E-Newsletter, decal, coffee mug, tote bag and a limited edition Friends of the CCC polo shirt shown here (polo shirts are available in men’s or women’s cut and several different colors).


The top tier designation of our membership program is the “Patron” level.  The Friends of the CCC would like to express A BIG THANK YOU to our Patron level members, each contributing a minimum of $500.00. The Patron level includes all of the benefits mentioned in the previous levels, plus honorable mention on our website, social media sites and special invitation to tour one of the many CCC centers.


Please take this opportunity to become a contributing member of the “Friends of the CCC Membership Program" and help support CCC programs.

Click on the “BECOME A MEMBER” button to get started! 

Patron contributors will receive ....


(Note to contributors through the Membership Program:  If you decline the benefit item, please state so in the comments area of the donation page.)




Sacramento Municipal Utility District, Runyon Saltzman & Einhorn, American Chemistry Council, U.S. Forest Service, Angeles National Forest, AT&T, Boeing, Pacific Gas & Electric Company, Comcast, CAL Endowment, California Association of Local Conservation Corps, Procter & Gamble, Belkin International, Marin Community Foundation,  The Nature Conservancy, River Partners, Time Warner Cable, Liberty Hill Foundation, Mendocino-Humboldt Redwood Companies, Food Share, Raley's, Community Roots Garden, City of San Luis Obispo, Central Coast Concerned Mountain Bikers,  Chevron, Costco, Starbucks, North Coast Co-Op, Jordano’s (Pacific Beverage), Santa Clara County Parks, California Tahoe Conservancy, Sugar Pine Foundation, American River Conservancy, Another Chance Animal Rescue League, Humboldt Coastal Nature Center, Friends of the Dunes, Upper San Gabriel Valley Municipal Water District, The Home Depot, BNSF Railway, Larsen & Cazanis, Capitol Advocacy, California Fire Foundation, Lucas Public Affairs, Thomas Advocacy Inc., Verizon, State Buildings & Construction Trades Council, HiLoTek of California, Public Agency Retirement Services, Association of Conservationists Employees, Renewable Resources, One Source LED Lighting, Smart Watt Energy, Southern Cal Gas.