L.A. Works stands with peaceful protesters who are exercising their constitutionally protected First Amendments rights to speak out against injustice and racism. In times of crisis, be it an earthquake, fire, civil disturbance, or pandemic, L.A. Works endeavors to bring the community together for the common good of everyone.

Our commitment to service is 365 days a year. More than ever, Los Angeles needs your help. Be it a small business that is destroyed or unsheltered youth needing food and support, please join us in supporting LA by contributing your time, resources and ideas.

This Juneteenth, we acknowledge and honor the sustained struggle of Black leaders at the front of the fight for justice. Our offices will be closed, but the work continues. Join The Movement for Black Lives in a National Day of Action on June 19th - learn how you can show up in solidarity.

We invite you to check out these upcoming opportunities:

Uplift and support these Black led nonprofits and businesses:

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Also, please continue to follow L.A. Works on social media (TW, IG, FB) as we gather information on how volunteers can best contribute to our community's healing. In the meantime, stay safe and healthy.

And, as always, thank you for your service to Los Angeles.