Casa Latina advances the power and well-being of Latino immigrants through employment, education, and community organizing.

Annual Report 2016

Tue, 12/19/2017 - 2:46pm
Read the 2016 Annual Report

The 2016 Annual Report reveals how your support of Casa Latina is advancing the power and well-being of the Latino immigrant community, even when the world around us is getting messy. Read the 2016 Annual Report here, and you'll hear from Executive Director Marcos Martinez, see how our programs inspired Maricela Osorio to be a strong leader for her family and community, and learn many key success point from the year! These include:

  • Dispatching 7,344 jobs with an average hourly wage of $19.63
  • Collecting $43,937 in overdue wages for workers in Seattle
  • Expanding our Workers Defense Committee and our women’s leadership group, Women Without Borders, to areas north and south of Seattle

Thank you for your ongoing solidarity!

“We can reach things that we never imagined before. When we inform ourselves, educate ourselves, prepare ourselves, when we’ve done all that, we can achieve so much.”
– Estuardo Mejia, Casa Latina member