Centro Laboral de Graton (CLG) defends the rights day laborers and domestic workers through direct organizing, policy change, education and workforce development. Founded by workers and community advocates in 2000, CLG is a labor advocacy organization that seeks economic and social justice, immigrant and migrant rights and economic development for low wage workers. CLG currently operates with an annual budget of approximately $250,000 and a staff of four full-time employees (including the Executive Director) and three part time employees.
To advance and protect the human, labor and civil rights of day laborers, domestic workers and their families by promoting participatory democratic leadership and worker solidarity, in order to develop greater opportunities for employment, health, education and civic participation.
To promote healthy communities that value tolerance and respect, so that day laborers, domestic workers and their families may live and work with justice and dignity.