The WLCAC has built, owns and/or manages over 600 commercial properties, business ventures and housing units in South Central Los Angeles.
Proceeds from these operations are re-invested to create additional housing and commercial development projects, which in turn provide new jobs for local residents.
The WLCAC provides low-income, “Section 8” and assisted living housing to qualifying low to moderate income families and senior citizens applicants.
In April of 2012, California State Parks annnounced the award to WLCAC of $4.9 Million in Proposition 84 grant funds for MudTown Farms, a new urban farm park and community center in Watts.
Donate by clicking the button below and listing MudTown Farms as your designation, or contact us for other ways to get involved at 323.563.5639.
Dolores McCoy Villa I Is a 64 unit housing complex offering long term supportive housing for formerly incarcerated and homeless individuals along with their families. Housing includes a host of “wrap-around” services created to guide them toward complete independence.