Community Services Unlimited, a non-profit organization seeks volunteers help to upkeep its three mini urban farms in South LA. It doesn’t matter if you have volunteered before with CSU, or you are interested for the first time, we are asking for your support. For new volunteers the first half hour of the sessions described below will consist of an orientation, during which we will familiarize you with what we do, the location you are working at, and how your efforts connect to our vision for a local food system in South LA.

Visit our Events Page to see more upcoming volunteer opportunities!

Weekly Volunteer Opportunities

Volunteer at the CSU/EXPO Urban Farm 3990 Bill Robertson Lane Los Angeles, CA 90037

1 block east of Vermont Ave., just off of Martin Luther King Blvd., next to the senior center, street parking or paid parking across the street from the farm

Saturday mornings 9am to 12pm

Tuesday mornings 9am to 12pm

Sometimes due to major events at the stadium we have to cancel, please check our website (do not call or email) before coming out, where we list any cancellations

This is a working farm, children younger than 16 must come with parents/guardian who are responsible for and will supervise them at ALL times. Please wear clothing and shoes appropriate for working on a farm, a sun hat, sun block and bring water to drink.

PLEASE NOTE: We cannot respond to emails and tel messages about volunteering; check our web site, www.csuinc.org, to ensure there isn’t a cancellation and just show up. We cannot accommodate groups without prior arrangement; if you wish to bring a group from your workplace or housing complex please send an email to csu@csuinc.org, please do not expect an immediate response. 


Group Volunteer Events

We welcome groups of all sizes to come and volunteer with us as part of their community service and team building activities.

For more information contact CSU at csu@csuinc.org or at 213 – 746 – 1216

Recent Group Volunteer Events include:

University of Southern California
City Year
Los Angeles Conservation Corps