Ways to Make a Difference
Inner City Law Center’s clients need your help now more than ever. You can take action today to help ensure that our most vulnerable neighbors have the most basic of human needs – a home.
Watch: 22nd Annual Awards
Thank you to our generous supporters for helping us raise more than $850,000 on May 10, 2022! These funds will ensure that Inner City Law Center can continue to fight for justice for the most vulnerable people in our community: low-income tenants, working-poor families, immigrants, people who are living with HIV/AIDS or disabilities, and veterans.
Your gift today is vital to help people avoid eviction, find shelter, obtain critical benefits, and more. Please give as generously as you can in this time of great need.
You can create your own fundraiser to help our neighbors who are struggling the most. From virtual happy hours to game nights, we encourage you to get creative and raise funds that will support people who are experiencing homelessness or in danger of losing their homes.
Provide Pro Bono Assistance
Pro bono attorneys, paralegals, and other professionals are instrumental in changing the lives of ICLC clients. If you feel inspired to lend your skills to our pro bono team, you can take action now.
Volunteer and Advocate
ICLC’s Homeful.LA program provides a number of opportunities for non-lawyers to volunteer and advocate on behalf of the communities that we serve. Homeful.LA connects volunteers with our partner organizations that are looking for volunteers.
Skid Row Walking Tour
Visit our Skid Row neighborhood and learn how you can become part of ICLC’s work to end homelessness and slum housing. Most of these ninety-minute walking tours are guided by an ICLC staff member and a Skid Row resident.
Fellowships and Internships
Are you a student or recent law school graduate who wants to make a difference? ICLC Fellows and Interns play a critical role in supporting ICLC’s many programs while gaining valuable experience.
Join ICLC’s Team
Are you ready to dedicate your career to fighting for housing and justice? Learn more about our current opportunities.
People who are struggling often have a hard time getting the up-to-date information they need about services and resources. You can help spread the word. Visit ICLC’s Covid-19 Resources for information regarding the latest status of evictions and public benefits, and Homeful.LA for the latest information on shelter, meals, handwashing stations, restrooms, and a comprehensive list of additional resources.