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We couldn't have done it without you!
Our heartfelt thanks to all who helped to raise over $250,000 on Give Miami Day to go towards changing lives by providing essential human and health services for the poor and homeless in Miami-Dade County.
WPLG-ABC News Story
Camillus House served its 61st annual Thanksgiving feast for Miami's homeless and offered haircuts, too. Annaliese Garcia [email protected]
Florida Catholic News Service Story
Homeless veterans find a home: Camillus House, Miami-Dade County team up to provide shelter at renovated Somerville Residence Darnell Metcalf, left, and Rodney Grant are pictured here on a balcony of their new home, Camillus House's Somerville Residence, Nov. 8, 2021. (Marlene Quaroni/ADOM)
Miami Herald Story
Camillus House outreach manager Clarrissa Hazel brings medicines to a group of homeless people living in the streets of downtown Miami. Advocates are working to help prevent the spread of COVID-19. Pedro Portal [email protected]
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2020 Gala Video
21st Annual Hope for All Gala Opening
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Miami Herald Story
In the fall of 2019, his mother and stepfather lost their jobs. They spent a few months living in a motel. Camillus House found them a place to live. North Miami Beach senior Miguel Lopez, 17, at his home in the Cutler Bay area of Miami-Dade County. Al Diaz [email protected]
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"Spread Hope" Campaign
For six decades, Camillus House has offered hope, healing, community and dignity to the poor and homeless.
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City National Bank Awards Grant to Camillus House to Further Protect Homeless Clients and Staff from the Coronavirus
Funds help support the shelter’s elevated, comprehensive efforts to protect homeless clients, front-line workers, and community-at-large served throughout the pandemic
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Amerant Grant to Camillus House Reflects the Art of Giving
Funds help to support an Art Therapy program for homeless women and men
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