Grants and other opportunities allowed Chamberlain's Youth Services to purchase three vans and a maintenance truck.
Former Chamberlain's Youth Services resident shares experiences.
Chamberlain's Youth Services featured in campaign.
Chamberlain's Youth Services writes that Monique Armstrong-Land and Jesus Godoy will bring a vast amount of knowledge and talents to the classroom.
Special education teacher Matt Morrison has accepted a new position at a local public school district.
At 21 years old, Alimah is currently trekking her way through school and doing a good job managing the challenges life throws us all.
Looking for two individuals with good character, a strong commitment to nonprofit's mission and a willingness to use personal and professional resources to move the organization forward.
Patrick Ellis to continue leading local nonprofit, Brenda Jimenez becomes Chief Programs Officer.
Donations to help with increase in payroll, utilities, personal protective equipment and items for foster youth.
For 54 years, Chamberlain’s staff has cared for and taught some of the most vulnerable children in the state.
$14,000 goes to support more special education students at Keith Thompson Non-Public School.
This year's donations dedicated to completing bedroom makeovers.
Hollister-based nonprofit says new computers, docking stations and projectors have improved capabilities and reduced frustrations with outdated technology for staff and kids alike.
Donations will be matched December 1-12.
Donations will help the children living at Chamberlain's experience a wonderful holiday season and more.
San Benito County Sheriff’s deputies found a man lying on the street and took him to jail after being treated at a Salinas hospital.
The family continues his business and legacy of good works.
A soft opening is expected for the 2024 summer semester.