How you can help
ELAWC is strengthened by the service of individuals who serve as volunteers, advocates, and educators. Make a difference in the lives of women, girls and their families struggling under the threat and reality of violence in their lives and HIV.
The East Los Angeles Women’s Center relies on the generosity of private, public grants and donations to sustain our work. Your support is essential and enables us to continue to serve women and children facing a crisis of violence or HIV/AIDS. Please add your name to our mailing list so we can keep you informed of upcoming events and programs.
A donation of $25 provides 2 hrs. of crisis counseling on the rape and battering hotline.
A donation of $50 provides 2 sessions for those who have experienced sexual violence .
A donation of $75 provides a participant with 12 therapeutic group sessions
A donation of $100 provides a clothing/food voucher for a family impacted by domestic violence.
A donation of $200 provides a participant with 12 sessions of parenting classes.
A donation of $400 pays for the training of a volunteer counselor advocate.
A donation of $1,000 pays for 20 hrs.of support for a woman living with HIV.
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Become an Embajadora de Paz
Embajadoras are committed volunteers from all walks of life who come together with ELAWC to make a real and lasting impact on the future of the center and the women we serve. This dynamic community of women envisions and advocates for a community where women lead safe and healthy lives.
Become a Sexual Assault Certified Volunteer Advocate
Become a rape crisis hotline volunteer and advocate
- Requires enrollment in a 54 hour training and certification course
Our next training will be facilitated in Spanish next Winter/Spring 2013. Click here for more information.
Download the application here, fill it out and send it to the center:
mail East Los Angeles Women’s Center 1255 S. Atlantic Ave. Los Angeles, CA 90022
Become a Promotora - a Community Health Educator
Serve as a community health educator, helping women with HIV/AIDS, sexual assault and domestic violence awareness and support.
- Requires enrollment in Promotora training and certification course
Learn More — Call (323) 526 - 5819
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