Warehouse Worker Resource Center is a nonprofit, 501(c)(3), organization founded in 2011 dedicated to improving working conditions in the warehouse industry in Southern California. We focus on education, advocacy and action to change poor working conditions in the largest hub of warehousing in the country.

Warehouse Worker Resource Center is a nonprofit, 501(c)(3), organization founded in 2011 dedicated to improving working conditions in the warehouse industry in Southern California. We focus on education, advocacy and action to change poor working conditions in the largest hub of warehousing in the country.

We assist workers dealing with issues of health and safety, wage theft and workers’ compensation when injured. We also serve as a community center for workers, family members and supporters interested in knowing their rights, joining with other workers to share experiences and learn from each other, and building a movement for workers’ rights in the Inland Empire and throughout Southern California.

WWRC organizes groups of workers in the supply chains of key companies like Amazon and Walmart, supporting workers standing for living wages, safe workplaces, secure employment and strong communities. In solidarity with unions, in partnership with the immigrant rights movement, aligned with efforts for criminal justice and the principles of environmental justice, we bring workers together to develop new and effective strategies for organizing in the strategic nodes of the supply chain.

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This organization is 501c3 tax
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Make a donation to the Warehouse Worker Resource Center to support workers fighting to improve jobs in Southern California’s growing logistics sector.