California University FCE is a unified organization operating in unison with other social service agencies, non-profit corporations, and associations. We help U.S. citizens and immigrants achieve their American dream of a better life.
To help poor and working parents, Amorsolo Foundation operates Infant Care Centers, Preschool, and Day Care Facilities in conjunction with Pathways, Inc., Crystal Stairs, Inc., CALWORKS, CALEARN, Federal Block Grants, Beverly Hills Resource Corporation and the Beverly Hills RC School.
California University FCE is organized under the Non-Profit Public Benefit Corporation Law for public and charitable purposes. We are under the Internal Revenue Service Tax Exempt Status 509(a)(1); DLN: 1705306022002 and the California Franchise Tax Board Code Section 23801(d). It is registered with The State of California Registry of Charitable Trusts.
California University FCE applied and was awarded a renewable five-year Institutional registration by the State of California LA County Registrar, Current Registration No: 20100880209.
California University FCE is a legitimate Elementary Education and Higher Education Assessment Institution within the State of California Educational System. California University FCE operates the Beverly Hills RC School as well as CUFCE Adult Education assessment evaluation programs.
http://www.cpec.ca.gov/SecondPages/CDSMain.asp Key in: Beverly Hills RC School.
California University FCE has agreements with various colleges and universities to have CUFCE assessments of Adult Education studies accepted for College Degree Programs. California University FCE program structure is in part similar to programs at some U.S. Universities.
https://precollege.oregonstate.edu/elementary : Oregon State University
OUR SOURCE OF FUNDS
The operational funds of the CUFCE-Amorsolo Foundation, Incorporated, are intended primarily for social services. These are:
- Free daycare services to single parents with low income
- Free hot meals to selected individuals and groups
- Scholarships to create employment opportunities such as the CUFCE-credential evaluation and research services
These funds come from The United States Department of Education, The United States Department of Agriculture, The State of California Department of Education, The County of Los Angeles Department of Public Social Services, donations from private foundations, and people like you.