Visit our Donate Now page to support Camp Many Mansions today!
We also need in-kind donations to help make Camp Many Mansions a great success! Please contact Heather McLeod for drop off information at 805-601-5169 or email@example.com
Camp Many Mansions needs your help collecting the following items:
Pool Toys & Reading Prizes
Activity Supplies & Recycled Items
We have been anticipating the move to our new, donated office building and it’s finally happening!
Please make note of our new address below and look soon for an invitation to our Open House. Our email and phone systems will be down from March 13 to March 18 so please bare with us while we relocate and get our systems up and running. We look forward to seeing you all at our new location!
Many Mansions New Address:
1259 E. Thousand Oaks Blvd. Thousand Oaks, CA 91362
On Thursday, March 5th, 2015 Many Mansions celebrated the Grand Opening of a new donated office building. Ventura County City officials, State officials, Conejo Chamber of Commerce, staff members and community supports joined Many Mansions in a ribbon cutting ceremony and reception at the new location. The new office building was generously donated by Extra Space Storage and TO Storage. The new 3,170 square foot building is located at 1259 E. Thousand Oaks Blvd.
Special thanks to the Conejo Valley Chamber of Commerce for a wonderful ribbon cutting ceremony. Special thanks to Senator Fran Pavley and Congresswoman Julia Brownley offices for certificate presentations!
Keep an eye out for Many Mansions’ Open House event this spring! The entire community will be invited to come take a look at our new home.
In honor of Many Mansions’ 35th Anniversary we present “35 Stories: A Celebration of Hope,” a collection of stories from Many Mansions’ residents, staff, board members, volunteers, and supporters.
35 Stories is a collection of stories written and compiled by Many Mansions in recognition of its 35 year anniversary of its founding. This book contains a diverse set of stories—some from our founding, some from our recent past. Some are humorous, some tragic; some happy, some sad; some uplifting, some poignant.
These are complicated stories–as complicated, as diverse, and as rich as the thousands of lives that have been affected by Many Mansions since it’s founding in 1979.
Read them for yourself! Proceeds from the sale of the book will support Many Mansions’ housing and service programs. Follow this link to purchase “35 Stories: A Celebration of Hope” on Amazon.