Through the lens of economic and racial justice, Western Center on Law & Poverty fights in courts, cities, counties, and in the Capitol to secure housing, health care and a strong safety net for low-income Californians.
Many systems keep people in poverty – from institutionalized racism to unjust and unequal economic structures. We address those factors in every aspect of our work, and call out the ways they oppress people experiencing poverty.
, By Rich Ehisen
Western Center could not do any of the work we do without the generosity of our donors. Your support will help us fight against poverty and provide justice for ALL Californians.Donate Now
The Western Center victories for justice and equality highlighted in the Annual Report are victories for every Californian — especially for those experiencing poverty.
We hope you will stand with us in these particularly chaotic and troubled times, when Western Center’s creative and tenacious advocacy is especially needed.Download Report