On Tuesday, February 28, 2023 at Cipriani’s 42nd St. in New York City, the Partnership for After School Education (PASE) will host its 30th Anniversary PASEsetter Awards Benefit, celebrating excellence … Read More
CAMBA President & CEO Joanne M. Oplustil, pictured above
with Christopher Herrmann, Enterprise's Chief Investment Officer
and Fund Manager, Real Estate Equity
Many thanks to Enterprise Community Partners for selecting CAMBA as one of its … Read More
Dzemal Hamzic will celebrate 26 years at CAMBA in our Workforce Development program in late March. CAMBA’s Workforce Development provides low-income people, immigrants, refugees, human trafficking victims, those at risk … Read More
CAMBA's Taronn "Tree" Sloane, a Brownsville In, Violence Out (BIVO) team member and Violence Interrupter, was honored on Monday, March 6th with an official proclamation from NYC Mayor Eric Adams … Read More
Two area parishes — St. Lawrence O’Toole Church in Brewster, NY and St. Anthony of Padua Church in the Bronx — teamed up and donated 1,160 cooked Thanksgiving meals to four of our homeless family … Read More
At a recent Youth Resource Fair at the Penn-Wortmann Cornerstone Community Center, co-hosted by House Democratic Leader and Congressman Hakeem Jeffries, Jeffries presented CAMBA with $590,000 in community project funding to support our … Read More
CAMBA Housing Ventures is proud of our long-standing and productive relationship with the Federal Home Loan Bank of New York (FHLBNY). The FHLBNY recently featured our annual gala, CAMBA Night … Read More
CAMBA has been deeply involved in meeting the emerging needs of Brooklyn communities since 1977. At the end of 2015, CAMBA launched the BIVO program (Brownsville In Violence Out), in direct … Read More
CAMBA’s Small Business Services helps aspiring entrepreneurs and existing business owners plan and reach their goals through one-on-one consultations, business plan workshops, start-up or expansion loans, and technology training. Our … Read More
CAMBA honored its social workers with an employee event to mark National Social Work Month. The agenda focused on the importance of self-care and wellness as helping processionals.
The event was … Read More
Last fall, Earl Whitfield introduced students at Beacon 166 to the prospect of an afterschool program in fencing. Their immediate reactions weren’t exactly enthusiastic.
“They were referencing Game of Thrones, and … Read More
Imagine the populations of New York City, Boston, Washington, DC, and Philadelphia combined. Now imagine that those cities are entirely filled with children who have been forced from their homes … Read More
LTC Program Participant and HS Valedictorian Daveena
Heads to St. John's University This Fall, Will Study Radiology
This June, Daveena Hogarth will take the stage as Valedictorian of the Class of 2023 … Read More
In 1987, the United States Congress declared March as National Women’s History Month, a fact that demonstrates an important move towards recognizing the achievements of women in this country. With … Read More
Governor Kathy Hochul announces $13.6 million to fight gun violence, aid victim and survivors and their families and communities, and bolster the state’s response to the ongoing public health crisis … Read More
Congratulations to CAMBA's Vice President of Intergovernmental Affairs, Drew Gabriel, for being named to am New York / Metro / Politics NY's '2022 Power Players Rising' list last month.
Drew Gabriel, … Read More
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