Inner City Law Center created Homeful.LA because of our desire to stop calling what we see on our streets the “new normal.” None of us can solve this crisis on our own, but together we can do better. We must do better. We will do better. Join us in our mission to end homelessness. Donate, advocate or volunteer today.

Thank you to the Bill & Dinah Ruch Family Foundation for their support in helping ICLC launch this initiative to end homelessness in Los Angeles.

Climate of Homelessness

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People Without a Home Tonight

53,195 people will be homeless in Los Angeles County tonight. Each of them a human being. Each of them someone’s son or daughter.

By definition, homelessness is the lack of a home. We are hopeful that together we can create pathways to homes – hence our name, Homeful.LA

Homeful.LA provides opportunities to volunteer your time, donate your money, and raise your voice in support of public policies that will help to prevent and end homelessness.

This is an especially challenging time to be poor in America. Your efforts are needed now more than ever.

Please join us to help end our homeless crisis in Los Angeles.

TAKE ACTION NOW

Meet the Homeful.LA Team

Adam Murry, Executive Director Inner City Law Center

Adam Murray
Executive Director
Inner City Law Center

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Erin E. Thompson
Special Projects Manager & Board Liaison
Inner City Law Center

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Monica Ratajczak
Executive Assistant
Inner City Law Center

Contact Homeful.LA

Contact us to learn more about how you can help end homelessness in LA.

About Inner City Law Center

The only provider of legal services on Skid Row in downtown Los Angeles, Inner City Law Center combats slum housing while developing strategies to end homelessness. We are recognized for our expertise in housing issues, veterans’ benefits, and homelessness prevention. Our staff of 44, including 24 attorneys, provides quality legal representation for people who have nowhere else to turn. We fight for justice for low-income tenants, working poor families, immigrants, people who are living with HIV/AIDS or are disabled, and veterans.