We're grateful to 53 ASICS Los Angeles Marathon runners and more than 113 contributors who raised thousands of dollars to help make college a reality for L.A. students.
Marisol Granillo (pictured on the left, with fellow Fulfillment Fund alumna Fabiola Diaz) shares why she's running the ASICS LA Marathon with Team Fulfillment Fund on Sunday, March 15.
Noah Oluyide, a junior at King-Drew Magnet High School, shares why he's running the ASICS LA Marathon with Team Fulfillment Fund on Sunday, March 15.
At the Fulfillment Fund, our commitment to our students is the driving force behind evidence-based programming.
Our latest annual report, "Changing Lives in Our City of Angels," takes a look back at the Fulfillment Fund's impact over the 2013-14 academic year.
Want to support the Fulfillment Fund during ASICS LA Marathon weekend, without running 26.2 miles? Join us at the LA Big 5k on Saturday, March 14!
In the Feb. 23 issue of People Magazine, Teri Hatcher explains how she and her 17-year-old daughter Emerson began encouraging donations for the Fulfillment Fund while touring colleges this past summer.
In an effort to make college a reality for students, the Fulfillment Fund provides its students college visits to give them an unforgettable experience.
Fox 11 News anchor Christine Devine writes about the Fulfillment Fund’s work to get students to and through college, and also shares five tips on surviving community college.
Fulfillment Fund mentor Reese Golchin shares the impact mentoring has had not only on his student, but on his own life.