California Consumer Protection Foundation (CCPF) is one of the very few foundations providing grants to community-based advocacy organizations that promote policies and programs protecting and benefiting consumers throughout California. CCPF was started in 1991 by the Honorable Ira A. Brown Jr. (deceased) of the San Francisco Superior Court of California to administer and distribute funds from the precedent establishing Levi Strauss consumer action lawsuit. Since that time, CCPF has effectively and efficiently distributed more than $30 million with additional consumer trust funds to primarily underserved communities. CCPF’s history, experience, and relationships with California communities attest to its ability to appropriately distribute cy pres funds through an open and competitive process.