Thank you for your interest in volunteering with the Center for Human Rights & Constitutional Law, Inc. Your participation at Casa Libre allows us to better serve our community and assist those in great need. Casa Libre is a non-profit organization and we rely on grant funding, donations, and the generosity of volunteers. Here is how you can get involved! Please fill out the Volunteer Form and we will get back to you as soon as possible.
* will require a background check
Job Training/Job Placement
Our residents often need to earn a living right after graduating high school and transitioning out of Casa Libre once they turn 18 years old. Hands-on training in a work environment is one of the best tools for success and a secure job is even better as they begin to navigate life as an adult.
***Please note: All mentors will require a background check.
***Most of our residents speak Spanish as their first language, so Spanish fluency is helpful, but not required for mentors***
Built in 1901, Casa Libre was designed by renowned architect John Parkinson, designer of the Los Angeles Coliseum, Los Angeles City Hall, and Union Station. With vaulted ceilings and curved walls throughout, the 10,000-square-foot Gothic mansion is an architectural masterpiece. After its 1996 purchase by the Center for Human Rights and Constitutional Law, Inc., Casa Libre was renovated with updated plumbing, electrical systems, ADA compliance, fire-alarm system, and more. As is the case with all historic buildings, Casa Libre requires constant maintenance and upkeep to preserve its historic integrity. Do you have restoration experience? Are you a contractor? Or do you want to give back to your community?
How you can volunteer:
We are a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, making all of your donations tax-deductible. You are making the world a better place with your kindness and generosity! To volunteer, please fill out our Volunteer Form. Be sure to add a note to tell us more about your experience!
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