Working to build a better community for all of us.

Voz is a worker-led organization that empowers diverse day laborers and immigrants to improve their working conditions and protect civil rights through leadership development, organizing, education and economic opportunity.


Economic empowerment

Day laborers face multiple barriers to stable, dignified, and fair employment. We provide direct economic empowerment opportunities by connecting day laborers to jobs at the MLK Jr. Worker Center. We offer accessible workforce development opportunities that build skills and knowledge so that day laborers can earn higher wages and achieve long-term economic stability.

Economic Empowerment

Leadership development

We believe that lasting and transformative social change must come from community members on the front lines. Voz was founded by day laborers organizing themselves for better working conditions on the street corners, and we stay true to our roots by continuing to build new community leaders, and by operating a worker-led organization.

Our Mission

Grassroots organizing

Justice for day laborers is a community struggle! We mobilize community members in defense of immigrant and worker rights by organizing teams of rapid responders and legal observers, and by demanding that public officials pass legislation that protects and empowers workers and immigrants.

Our Partners

Here's what's happening

La Lucha Sigue Flyer shows hungry hands holding eating utensils, ready to enjoy Voz's 19th annual dinner on June 20th, 2019


Open House at Voz

This next Labor Day, we want to celebrate our fight for the rights of all immigrants and workers with the community that has always supported us for the last two decades.…


Bienvenida Jillian to Voz! Our New Volunteer Coordinator

We want to welcome our new Volunteer Coordinator intern, Jillian de la Torre. She quickly has become an important part of the organization, and her work will help us to…