Casa Latina

A nonprofit organization

$26,000 raised by 185 donors

100% complete

$20,000 Goal


Casa Latina advances the power and well-being of Latino immigrants through employment, education, and community organizing. Our vision is that the Latino community participates fully in the economy and democracy of this country. 


Founded in 1994, Casa Latina has been an essential resource for the Seattle Latino community for 30 years. Casa Latina is unique for providing both direct services – and engaging in community organizing work to address systemic change.    

Our Day Worker Center,  Education Program, and Leadership Programs are focused on providing training, knowledge, and support to help our community of members move toward greater self-sufficiency. Since 2014, over 54,000 jobs have been dispatched through Casa Latina's member-led worker center.  

Led by members of our community, Casa Latina organizes at the city, state, and national levels to create systemic change for immigrant workers. 

2023 Highlights:

-- Dispatched over 4,690 jobs for our members with an average hourly pay rate of $34.81. 

-- 1,560 meals were distributed as part of our Community Kitchen Program.  

-- 3,220 contact hours of in-person English instruction. 

-- 500+ active Casa Latina members. 

-- 457 participants in our skill development workshops.

-- 139 participants in our Digital Literacy & Navigation programs. 

-- 120 ‘Women Without Borders’ workshops hosted for our community of 80+ members.  

-- 23 members acquired permanent employment through Casa Latina.

-- 24 members acquired permanent housing through Casa Latina.

Your investment in our community helps provide hard-working day laborers and domestic workers opportunities for capacity development, job experiences with better pay and working conditions, and tools for Casa Latina members to grow as community leaders. Thanks for all you do. 💜

The next $5,000 raised will be DOUBLED thanks to a campaign match! 

Organization Data


Organization name

Casa Latina

Tax id (EIN)



Job Training & Employment


Hispanic & Latinx, Immigrants & Refugees, Low-Income


317 17th Ave S
Seattle, WA 98144-2147

Service areas

Seattle, WA, US

King County, WA, US



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