There’s always something exciting happening at The Campbell Center!

Summer Social

It’s summertime, time to have a blowout Summer Social! Join us for the Summer Social on Saturday, July 27, 2024, to celebrate the union of The Campbell Center (TCC) and New Horizons. . It’s a great opportunity for us to get to know one another. Enjoy food, games, live music, karaoke, and prizes held at New Horizon’s loverly campus. Waiver will be filled out on-site upon checking in to event. Waiver will be filled out on-site upon checking in to event

Associates are free and must register using a paper form. Staff and immediate families/care providers of Associates should reach out to TCC for a discounted rate using paper form as well. Click here to register!

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32nd Annual Bowl-A-Thon

Sunday, April 14th 11:45AM – 2:30PM at Bowlero Pasadena

Dive into an afternoon of laughter, strikes, and heartwarming moments at our exclusive Fundraiser! Bring the whole crew – friends, co-workers, and family – and assemble a dream team of up to 4 to bowl alongside our incredible associates. Solo enthusiasts are more than welcome and will be placed into a team in the spirit of camaraderie.

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“Us vs. The Climate Change”

Art Exhibit Reception

The installation at The Campbell Center by its associates serves as a visual representation of their struggles with global warming. Using decorated umbrellas, the associates express the stress and anxiety induced by climate discourse. The inverted position of the umbrellas symbolizes a search for shelter and protection, while recycled cactus pillows at the installation’s base represent unknown environments. This initiative, titled “Us vs. The Climate Change,” aims to highlight the artistic expressions of associates and emphasize the potential for personal growth through art. Since 2018, The Campbell Center has been organizing open-house events and galleries featuring the artwork of artists with disabilities, showcasing diverse mediums such as watercolors, acrylic paint, and community murals.

The exhibit will be on display at Adams Square Mini-Park January 19 – March 22. 1020 E Palmer Avenue, Glendale, CA



Left: Two men seated at a table making a short cactus out of green cloth and yarn. Right: another image of one of the men seated moving green cloth through a sewing machine with help from a blonde woman instructing him how to use it. Bottom image: The Adams Square Mini-Park, an old gas station with large glass windows all around to display the art exhibit.


Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner?

We are so proud of our first time running this popular event! Check here in 2024 for the next round of dinners benefitting The Campbell Center.

Our hosts at four different homes across the Glendale area served amazing food, provided great entertainment and we are grateful for all their hard work and the donations we received through the event. Here is a slideshow of photos from the event. To learn more about this event click here.

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