The VisionBuilding Bridges for a Brighter Tomorrow

Children Playing
We have to gather the mud
and the straw
To make the bricks
To give to the kids
To build the bridge
To the future.
Dr. Lillian Harkless Mobley

The Mission StatementWe put community first.

The Lillian Mobley Multipurpose Center is a nonprofit community based organization whose mission is to build bridges for a better tomorrow by advocating for and finding and providing resources to the underprivileged population of South Los Angeles and its contiguous areas.

We are here to educate, advocate, and mentor the members of our community. We provide:

• Community meetings
• Support groups
• Civic engagement discourse/education


The OrganizationHistory



The Lillian Mobley Multipurpose Center was founded in 1983 as the South Central Multipurpose Senior Citizen’s Center by the late Mrs. Lillian Mobley and Mr. Q. Mason. At the time, there was a great need of services for seniors in the community. The organization provided a wide range of services to benefit seniors and their families. After the passing of Lillian Mobley in 2011, the organization was renamed The Lillian Mobley Multipurpose Center. With the nonprofit in the same location since the 1980’s, the Lillian Mobley Multipurpose Center continues to serves the residents in the neighborhood.

The MeetingThe Black Community Health Task Force Meeting

  • Step 1: Attend

    The Black Community Health/Children’s/Education Task Force meets each Monday at 1pm. The meetings are currently held at 10950 S. Central Avenue., LA 90059. Please Join us.

  • Step 2: Get Involved

    Learn about events and other meetings taking place in the community.

  • Step 3: Provide Solutions

    Speak up and provide solutions to issues plaguing our community.

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Contact Us

Lillian Mobley Center • 7813 S. Central Avenue • Los Angeles, CA 90001 • (323)209-5607 •