Workers Defense Project

Nonprofit

Austin, TX, US • https://workersdefense.org/en/

Workers Defense Project logo

Mission

Workers Defense Project is a membership based organization that empowers low-income workers to achieve fair employment through education, direct services, organizing, and strategic partnerships.

Communities Served

United States

Service Range

National

Founded

2002

EIN info

35-2296166

Total Revenue info

$2,277,932

Total Expenses info

$2,838,930

Net Assets info

$3,553,137

Sponsors info

Borealis Philanthropy

Sourced from IRS Form 990 (2019)

Communities Served

United States

Service Range

National

Founded

2002

EIN info

35-2296166

Total Revenue info

$2,277,932

Total Expenses info

$2,838,930

Net Assets info

$3,553,137

Sponsors info

Borealis Philanthropy

Sourced from IRS Form 990 (2019)

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