Empowering Families and Building Community

The Cambodian Family is a grass-roots, community-based, non-profit organization founded in 1980 by Cambodian refugees who had fled the "killing fields" of civil war and genocide. For over 30 years, we've been promoting the health and well-being of limited English-speaking refugees and immigrants in the Orange County region.

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Yoga for the Mind, Body, and Spirit

Our achievement center believes in empowering our communities to be proactive and to take the steps necessary to build a healthy and well-rounded life. To get our community members moving and active, we asked the following question: What can we do to help you achieve your goal of living a healthier life? Their response? YOGA and ZUMBA classes! So we said, sure! This week,

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Thank you to our Supporters!

On Friday, September 20, 2013, The Cambodian Family hosted our 3rd Annual Dinner at the beautiful Grand Garden Restaurant in Westminster. This year we presented the following awards: Community Leader to Dr. Audrey Yamagata-Noji Community Service to the Indochinese Islamic Center Community Volunteer to Phanith Rama Sovann. We are strong advocates for empowering our family members and building a stronger community. Thank you to our sponsors,

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Citizenship Clinics – A Year in Review

On behalf of The Cambodian Family and the Orange County Naturalization Initiative Collaborative, we would like to thank you all for all of your time and hard work in supporting us at our clinics throughout the year. We were able to help many of Orange County’s residents realize their dreams of obtaining their American citizenship. We would like to share some statistics from all

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Testimonials
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Iral Brito

The Cambodian Family is truly remarkable. I started volunteering in the summer of 2008 and I continue to return every year. This is the place where I discovered my passion for teaching and promoting youth advocacy and higher education. I feel like I am on the right career path because of The Cambodian Family. After 3 years of volunteering at The Cambodian Family, I

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William Lyle

William Lyle

“Through my experience as a volunteer here, I witnessed firsthand the profoundly positive impact that the organization had on its clients, volunteers, and staff alike. The essence of this agency is a collective, collaborative effort which gives a helping hand and a voice to all that it serves. Through The Cambodian Family’s wide array of services, the place helps foster a sense of empowerment

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Anthony Hernandez

With The Cambodian Family’s support of tutoring, life skills classes, field trips, and career building opportunities, Anthony is able to perform well academically with an average GPA of 3.5 throughout the year.

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Phally Ry

The Cambodian Family was a sanctuary against the dark realities that surrounded my life; like gangs, crime and arranged marriages.

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