Thanks for attending the Spring Luncheon From the green hardhats, to the trees we plant, our Corpsmembers are helping Los Angeles go green every day. Thank you for standing behind our Corpsmembers and supporting our nonprofit mission. You are a part of the Corps family. We hope you will carry our stories out into the … Read more

Congratulations to our awesome 2019 RK Next Steps Fund Awardees! We invite you to leave them a message here. Adina BakosAdrian PerezAlex Lopez * **Alma Bernardino *Andrew Guevara *Brandon EstradaBrandon Talley *Bryan Monge * **Carla Alas **Cesilia Roque *Cristal Padilla Damontre HalcrombDavid Tovar * Edward RuizErick RiosHolly Keedy *Javier Rodriguez *Jazmine Ruiz *Jesus Beltran *Jose … Read more

Mayor of Los Angeles Eric Garcetti to deliver keynote address LOS ANGELES , CALIFORNIA, USA, March 26, 2019 The LA Conservation Corps announces its Annual Spring Luncheon celebration to benefit the Corps and the Russell Kanter Next Steps Fund. Anyone who has attended this event in the past knows that passion and emotion run high … Read more

Anthony is a Corpsmember from Westlake who has been working hard with the East LA crew. He’s part of a team that is turning the Woodcrest Library’s outer yard into a new and improved pocket park. Once completed, the pocket park will have new seating, native plants, exercise equipment, and stationary musical instruments for people … Read more

Have you ever noticed mattresses piling up near trash bins and wondered where they should go? Well, our San Fernando Valley area Corpsmembers just kicked off a new pilot project in partnership with the Mattress Recycling Council and CalRecycle–its Bye Bye Mattress. Once mattresses are collected by LA Sanitation, Corpsmembers load them into a transfer … Read more

We have so much to be grateful for as we look back at our 2017-2018 Fiscal Year in our new Gratitude Report. Most importantly, we thank our Corpsmembers and we thank you for being a critical part of the Corps. Find out how your impact has spread across our communities.

A group of about 40 Corpsmembers in our Clean & Green Program were the first to experience the new LEAP initiative, launched earlier this month. LEAP, or the Learning Environmental Awareness Program (named by a Corpsmember in a naming contest), is the new environmental education and field studies program that Corpsmembers will participate in once … Read more

When a young person joins the LA Corps, many doors are opened to new opportunities.  “When you come to the LA Corps, you’re coming into something bigger than a 9 to 5. It’s about a future, not just work, or a job,” describes Valerie S. Valerie, a Corpsmember, has just been promoted to the Recruitment … Read more

Corpsmember Damontre H. hit the ground running when he joined the LA Corps, helping to plant over 750 trees across the community with the LA Mayor’s Million Trees Program. He quickly earned his OSHA 10 and First Aid/CPR certifications as a Corpsmember. Not long after, he enrolled in the Corps’ Driver’s Education Program, received behind … Read more

When Nov 20 2018 – Jan 4 2019 Where 1400 N Spring St, Los Angeles, CA 90012, USA John Van de Kamp Center, street parking, enter into front lobby off Spring Street + could be a remote volunteer opportunity Details Give the gift of a hopeful future this holiday season. With only a few weeks … Read more