Join the Casa Libre Restoration Project
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: Painting, Landscaping, Material Donations (paint, equipment, tools, etc.), Construction (License required), Electrical (License required), Plumbing (License required).
Provide Programming Support for Casa Teresa
From time to time, Casa Teresa office staff and house mothers have a need for help with various duties around the campus. This may include preparing mailings, sorting donations, organizing baby clothes and event support. For more information Please call Amanda at (714) 538-4860