Meet Alijah, the Melendez family, Rana, Ernestine Washington, Miguel, Eya and Michelle -- all New Yorkers who turned to CAMBA when they needed a helping hand. Hear their stories and find out how CAMBA helped change their lives.
Alijah overcame his family's struggle with homelessness and found the path to college -- through the guidance and support of CAMBA's Leading to College program.
The Melendez Family:
When Elizabeth Melendez moved her family out of a shelter and into CAMBA Gardens, the mother of four called hers "the luckiest family in the world."
Rana is a young mother of four who left an abusive relationship and built a successful future for herself and her children.
Ernestine Washington: From Homeless to Housing Advocate
Ernestine Washington, a once-homeless mother, has become a housing advocate at CAMBA, helping to place hundreds of people in permanent housing during her career.
Three Lives Transformed
Meet Miguel, Eya and Michelle -- three New Yorkers who turned to CAMBA when they needed a helping hand. In this brief documentary, hear their stories and find out how CAMBA helped change their lives.
These are only a few of the 45,000 New Yorkers in need that CAMBA empowers every year. You can make a difference by supporting CAMBA’s life-changing programs.
CAMBA is an equal opportunity employer/program. Auxiliary aids and services are available upon request to individuals with disabilities. All voice telephone numbers on this document may be reached by persons using TTD/TTY equipment via the New York State relay number 1-800-662-1220.