Site Director for Los Angeles, CA

Christopher Calderon (He/Him)


Ext. 505

Services Sites in Los Angeles, California


Al Otro Lado

Al Otro Lado provides holistic legal and humanitarian support to refugees, deportees, and other migrants in the US and Tijuana through a multidisciplinary, client-centered, harm reduction-based practice. They provide direct, free, legal services on both sides of the US-Mexico border and beyond. They engage in zealous individual representation, medical-legal partnerships, and impact litigation to protect the rights of immigrants and asylum-seekers.


I Have a Dream  Los Angeles

At the “I Have A Dream” Foundation – Los Angeles, they provide individualized social, emotional, and academic support to young people from low-income communities from kindergarten all the way through college, along with guaranteed tuition support. They believe that when given equal access to the resources they need to succeed, all children can ignite their innate potential and achieve their dreams.


Boys Hope Girls Hope

One of 18 affiliates across the United States and Latin America, Boys Hope Girls Hope of Southern California helps academically motivated middle and high school students rise above disadvantaged backgrounds and become successful in college and beyond. Their goal is to graduate young people who are physically, emotionally and academically prepared for post-secondary education and a productive life, breaking the cycle of poverty.


St. Columbkille School

St. Columbkille School has been serving the South Los Angeles community since 1923 when the Sisters of Notre Dame de Namur opened the school. Many describe the school as an oasis in the community because of our commitment to providing a safe, nurturing environment. They strongly believe that every child deserves to be taught and inspired to achieve academic success in an environment where God’s unending love is the foundation for learning. They strive to challenge students to grow academically, spiritually, emotionally, and physically as is evident in the many programs offered at the school.


St. Margaret’s Center

St. Margaret’s Center, a program of Catholic Charities of Los Angeles Inc., has served low-income and homeless families since 1987. The Center provides a comprehensive range of emergency and supportive services to about 10,000 unduplicated individuals annually in the Los Angeles “L.A.X.” area, primarily those living in the cities or streets of Lennox and surrounding communities.



The largest Central American immigrant rights organization in the country, empowers Central Americans and all immigrants by defending human and civil rights, working for social and economic justice, and promoting cultural diversity. They envision Los Angeles becoming a place where Central Americans and all other communities live in peace and dignity, enjoying economic well-being, social justice, and political empowerment.