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Community Home Trust
104 Jones Ferry Rd Suite C
Community Home Trust operates on the "Land Trust" model. A community land trust (CLT) is a private, nonprofit corporation created to provide secure, affordable access to land and housing for community members. In particular, CLTs attempt to meet the needs
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Development and Communications Manager
Camille joined Community Home Trust in May 2014.
In 2005, she
returned to her
native state with her
family and settled in Orange County.
A development professional for more than two decades, Camille
has worked with and/or led a number of nonprofits throughout the east coast to advance their missions.
When not working, Camille
spends time with her
family and volunteers often with organizations where her
children and/or she
have been involved.
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Contact Development & Communications Coordinator, Camille Berry, at 919-967-1545 ext. 310 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Team â€” Farmer Foodshare
Camille Berry - Business Manager
Camille Berry is an alumna of Wellesley College and a 22-year nonprofit veteran, who returned to her native North Carolina in 2005.
That fall, she joined United Way and was instrumental in helping five companies in the Triangle raise over $4.2 million in funding for charitable endeavors through their annual workplace giving campaigns.
Since then, Camille went on to become Executive Director of Durham Central Park, Inc. (DCP) overseeing the second phase of the capital campaign for and construction of the Pavilion, home of the Durham Farmers Market, and founding DCP's signature event: Meals from the Market.
The work of Farmer Foodshare
resonates strongly with Camille
spent many a summers in her
childhood with her
grandmother in Gastonia working several hours a week in her
acre-plus garden and more recently as a single parent with three children having faced food insecurity in the Triangle.
is grateful to be part of the connection between those that grow the food and those that need it.
Durham Central Park :: Board of Directors
Camille Berry and the easter bunny draw raffle tickets at the "Getting a Jump on Easter" Egg Hunt.
daughter, Jasmine (front left), clean up the Park with volunteers as part of the Martin Luther King, Jr. Day of Service.
This season offers 28 meals hosted ...
This season offers 28 meals hosted between Aug. 20 and Oct. 11, and the fundraising goal is between $25,000 and $30,000, said Camille Berry, Durham Central Park's executive director.
Groundbreaking is planned for February 2009."Durham Central Park is truly a product of the people," Berry