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Azure Lorica Antibully Society

Cause Area

  • Advocacy & Human Rights
  • Arts & Culture
  • Community
  • LGBTQ+
  • Media & Broadcasting


10756 Redmont AveLos Angeles, CA 91101 United States

Organization Information

Mission Statement

We empower artists with an opportunity to conceptualize social justice through community based projects by producing multimedia and performing arts, to give voice to those affected by injustice, and to motivate the public to advocate for systemic change.


Azure Lorica Society is a 501c3 Non Profit Arts Charity Organization, fighting for social justice through art.

Volunteers aid by participating in our productions - festivals and publications. Proceeds from all productions are donated to programs aiding people with mental illness, suicide, and multiple forms of bullying.


Would you recommend Azure Lorica Antibully Society?
10 reviews Write a review
by Katie L. (November 25, 2018)
I volunteered to help them build their websites, as well as to do art over the last couple months. As a recent college grad, it can be hard to find even volunteer work. However, I was able to gain valuable hands-on experience in web design/development, as well as create official art. The people are very nice and make sure to give credit where it is due, which makes you feel like you've really done something worthwhile.
by xinyi y. (October 7, 2018)
I have been doing this volunteer for 3 times. That's a good company. You can have fun and enjoy your job. I'll keep doing this.
by Loren Regina E. (April 25, 2017)
Sir Eugene is really nice! He will answer all your questions properly and he gave all the descriptions needed for the illustrations. :D
by Sally D. (June 12, 2016)
I have been volunteering with this organization since November 2015. I would highly recommend this organization to other volunteers. At first, I was a bit wary because it was not like the typical volunteering events that I usually do, but I soon learned that there was nothing to worry about. The people are passionate about what they do and they definitely do care about their volunteers. Stephanie and Eugene, along with the rest of the people in charge are, very kind and brought a sense of camaraderie as soon as I met them. I especially appreciate how inviting and flexible they are. I did both virtual and real volunteering and found them both enjoyable and down to earth. Something unique about this organization is that it covers a variety of different areas from manga to fan films which allows every volunteer to have many options and opportunities to do what they love. I truly do think this a great organization and I highly recommend this to others!
by Gloria G. from Los Angeles, CA (July 24, 2014)
I gained a fun and memorable experience during their Ninja-Con at Little Tokyo this year, and had the privilege to share a blog post about it in their site, Triskele Press ^_~/ http://triskelepress.com/?s=fun+memories+even+with+strangers&submit=Search
by Diana B. (June 23, 2012)
This organization is one of a kind and incredibly well organized and most of all motivated. I really enjoyed helping out. These people are very dedicated and even though I volunteered virtually I could still feel the dedication they expect of their volunteers. However, volunteering with them is not stressful in fact it's actually really fun.
by Bryan B. (April 22, 2012)
This is one of the volunteer jobs that i liked i could never find a place that would let me do there website because of my age. Azure Lorica gave me a chance on making a website for them and they were nice people.
by Elysia F. from Glendale, CA (April 19, 2012)
Very laid back and let's the creative juices flow. They are a tight knit group that are very interested in giving back to the community.
by Eugene C. from Tujunga, CA (Administrator for this Organization) (October 19, 2011)
This theatre company is more about the community, and likes to understand the needs of its volunteers and the community it serves. Volunteers are free to speak their mind, and have the option to bring their ideas to help Azure Lorica more involved.
by Mel C. (October 19, 2011)
These are great, relaxed people who are really involved in what they are doing. They are about working hard but mostly just having a good time. Nothing stressful about volunteering. Just good people and good times.

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