Let's envision a world where all workers are safe and healthy.

All workers. All industries. All walks of life.

Unfortunately, each year hundreds of California workers go to work and never come home. Thousands go to work and return badly injured. And it's the most vulnerable workers who continue to bear the burden of preventable workplace tragedies.

It doesn't have to be this way.

Your donations help Worksafe pass policies that protect workers and their families, bring safety and rights trainings to workers and advocates across the state, and continue our work supporting day laborers and temporary workers throughout California.

We have raised $24,361.67 of our goal.

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  • Veronica Alvarado, Warehouse Workers Resource Center

    "I love that Worksafe develops our capacity to critically analyze a situation and address employer violations with confidence. They know that worker knowledge is just as important as legal knowledge. When workers collaborate in the process of improving systems and conditions, their communities develop power."

  • Lynn Etkins, Legal Aid Foundation of Los Angeles

    "Worksafe has been instrumental in ensuring that family law advocates understand the intersection between domestic violence and workplaces violence. They've been at the forefront of ensuring that workers who experience domestic violence, sexual assault, or workplace violence are protected."