Please join us in building our new Community Farm! We’re converting a vacant lot across the street from All Peoples into a Community Farm!

With help from the American Friends Service Committee and Meta Housing, All Peoples is converting a vacant lot in South Los Angeles into an urban farm. The lot has been acquired; the gravel has been removed and replaced with soil. Now, we are ready to build our farm!

Please consider volunteering on any of the below workdays:

Friday, 6/29, 4-7 pm: Construction of the Raised Beds
Friday, 7/13, 4-7 pm: Mulch the Site
Wednesday, 7/25, 4-7 pm: Soil the Raised Beds

Location is 847 E 20th Street LA 90011. Please RSVP at

If you’d like to make a donation to help build our farm, you can do so here: DONATE

Founded in 1942, to sustain a community decimated by the internment of its largely Japanese-American residents, All Peoples has been a hub of vital resources for a neighborhood that has changed from Japanese-American, to African-American, to Latino today.  All Peoples has been the very heart of a community, roughly defined by the 90011 area code and home to 130,000 people, just southwest of downtown Los Angeles.  The Center serves hundreds of people of all ages, six days a week, with an extensive menu of educational, financial literacy, health empowerment, and family support programs at its facility just southwest of downtown Los Angeles.  Give us a call today at (213) 747-6357, or Email to find out how you can get involved!  Real Solutions, Real Heart, Real Service to South LA since 1942.

Let’s get to know Lily Huerta, All Peoples Community Center’s Receptionist:

Favorite Food: My Mom’s Enchiladas

Favorite Color: Green

Favorite Sports Team: LA Dodgers and LA Kings

Favorite Animal: Pandas

Favorite Quote/Saying: “If you have a dream, don’t let anyone take it away and always believe that the impossible is always possible!”

Lily Huera

How would you describe All Peoples Community Center?: The way I would describe APCC is supportive.  Always finding new ways/services to help the Community/families.

Favorite Part of Your Job: My favorite part of my job is meeting the different kinds of people that walk in and being able to help them.

Lily Huerta

My Best All Peoples Story: One of my best All Peoples stories is when I was a camp counselor at Camp Joe Ide.  I was in charge of the youngest group of girls and one of our activities was Archery.  I had a little girl that didn’t want to do it.  I talked to her and tried to convince her to try it at least once.  She ended up trying it.  She loved it, and she won a medal in the archery competition.  Later on that day she said to me, “Thank you for pushing me to try new things!”

Hobbies: Reading, Sleeping, Netflix

Lily Huerta

Fun Fact About Me/Hidden Talent:  Fun fact about me is that I am very claustrophobic.  I hate small spaces.

Me in 3 Words: Funny, Strong, Hard-working!

We’re so happy that Lily Huerta is part of our All Peoples Family!