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Pilipino Workers Center of Southern California

Program areas | Form 990s | Financials | Vendors | Personnel | Peers

Pilipino Workers Center of Southern California is a abuse or exploitation organization based in Los Angeles, CA that was founded in 1997. As of 2018 they had $960,570 in revenue and $517,541 in assets.

PWC was established on the idea that all people and communities have rights a health and dignified quality of life. PWC's mission is provide immediate services that help urgent needs of the community.

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Program areas at Pilipino Workers Center of Southern California

A program aimed at improving conditions in the private home health care industry for both workers and consumers through education leadership development advocacy and the development of alternative cooperative models to which PWC can address the needs of caregivers in many different levels. This includes developing and providing trainings and tools for caregivers on occupational health and safety. Through case management, PWC helps the individual issues of wage theft or discrimination. At the same time, PWC educates decision-makers and the public about the issues of domestic workers with special focus on on Filipino home care workers.

Health HiFi - a program designed to create a healthier community in an and around the historic Filipino town community through education, food pantry, direct services leadership development, cooperative projects and grassroots efforts. The program addresses many issues of health affecting the multi-ethnic Historic Filipino town area and the larger Filipino-American community including issues of hunger and nutrition, occupational health and safety, access to affordable health healthcare, substance abuse and more. Labor Trafficking Victims:Over 18,000 women, men and children are are trafficked into the USA every year and Los Angeles is one of the primary destinations. PWC supports individual trafficking survivors and their families in the area.

PWC provides education to the Filipino-American community about many different issues that the community might be facing with their phone companies, both cellular and land line. PWC, is able to do the same thing but for individuals with gas, water and/or electric service from private companies. PWC is able to see if the individual qualifies for low-income programs as well as get them signed up with a result of monthly and annual savings. PWC has been trained and empowered to identify possible overcharges or other problems with an individuals bill and then to call the company directly to dispute and advocate.

Form 990s for Pilipino Workers Center of Southern California

Fiscal year endingDate received by IRSFormPDF link
2018-06Aug 1, 2019990View PDF
2017-06Aug 1, 2018990View PDF
2016-06Sep 30, 2017990View PDF
2015-06Jun 16, 2016990View PDF
2014-06Jun 18, 2015990View PDF
...and seven more Form 990 PDFs

Financials for Pilipino Workers Center of Southern California

Total grants, contributions, etc.$926,883
Program services$0
Investment income and dividends$1,168
Tax-exempt bond proceeds$0
Royalty revenue$0
Net rental income$0
Net gain from sale of non-inventory assets$0
Net income from fundraising events$32,519
Net income from gaming activities$0
Net income from sales of inventory$0
Miscellaneous revenues$0
Total revenues$960,570

Vendors for Pilipino Workers Center of Southern California

VendorServicesAmount paidDate
WordPressContent management system software2019-09-22
███████CRM software2019-09-22
█ █████████████ ███ ██████████Tax accounting2018-08-01
█████████████ ███ ██████████Tax accounting2017-05-13

Personnel at Pilipino Workers Center of Southern California

NameTitleCompensationMost recent data
Aquilina Soriano VersozaExecutive Director-Dec. 4, 2020
Malou VillacisnerosExternal Relations Director-Dec. 4, 2020
████████ ███████████████$52,000Aug. 1, 2018
███████ █████████Secretary-June 30, 2017
██ ██████Treasurer$0June 30, 2017
███████ █████████President$0June 30, 2017
██████ ██████Finance Officer$0June 30, 2016
███████ █████████ █████Secretary$0June 30, 2016

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