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January 26, 2015 – Bopha Malone was born in Phnom Penh, the capital of Cambodia, shortly after the fall of the Khmer Rouge. Her first childhood memories are of fleeing her country, at three years old, through the jungle in the arms of her mother who tried desperately to stop her crying for fear that they […]
Wednesday, January 20, 2016 – Thank you to all that attended and supported the Cambodian American Small Business Panel discussion last night hosted by CMAA and Entrepreneurship for All with support by the City of Lowell, MA and Theodore Edson Parker Foundation. A special thanks to our panelist speakers, Denise Ban of Simply Khmer Restaurant, […]
If you have case management experience and are interested in working with disabled community members and their families, the Monorom Family Support Program is currently hiring for a Part-Time assistant. Position and Program Overview: The Monorom Family Support Programs assists families with developmentally disabled children by providing case management, counseling, and recreational and educational opportunities. […]
“I’m Proud to be a part of it.” Boroeuth “Brian” Chen came to the United States as a refugee from Cambodia in 1985. He attended high school in Western Massachusetts and obtained his college degree at UMass Amherst, then went to volunteer in Cambodia with CANDO (Cambodian American National Development Organization), a nonprofit organization. When […]