about celebrate campbell



This formal evening Fundraising Gala, held in March,  attracts over 250 attendees to share in celebrating the community and  acknowledging Campbell’s outstanding individuals and businesses.

Celebrate Campbell honors the previous year’s Citizen-of-the-Year and  Business-of-the-Year, as well as our Ambassador and  Volunteer-of-the-Year. Many local service organization volunteers are also recognized at this very special event. The Campbell Mayor, City  Council, civil servants, community leaders, local politicians and more are in attendance.

This event is designed to give credit to those who dedicate their time  and donate their services for the betterment of our community. The  Chamber has been honoring our community’s silent heroes for over 50  years!  The Gala also serves as a fundraising event for the Campbell Community Foundation Scholarship Fund. 

2019 nominations

business of the year


2018 Winner - The Home Church

The Home Church of Campbell has been helping people thrive in a relationship with God since 1978. We believe in helping families  flourish, promoting personal growth and healing, and creating a  community that loves and serves each other like Jesus did. That’s why we love partnering with Campbell leaders and businesses to serve our city.  In a busy and stressful world, we get excited about helping people find purpose and belonging in a positive, caring community.  

The Home Church is involved in various community activities including  Chamber festivals and DCBA events and plays a major role in the success of  the Campbell Community Toy Program.

We are for Campbell, for families, for belonging and making a difference  in our world. Wherever you come from and whoever you are, you are  welcome at Home Church.

citizen of the year


2018 Winner - Carol Hoffman

Carol Hoffman has lived in Campbell for over 30 years. A Software Program Director by day, Carol enjoys volunteering in her spare time.  After raising her family, there was an opportunity to give back to the  community that has supported them for so many years.    

She started volunteering at Relay for Life in 2005 as a participant, supporter, and team captain.

In 2013, Carol graduated in the first class of the Leadership Campbell Program, which provided an understanding of Campbell’s infrastructure as well as the supporting of local leaders.  This opened the doors to many volunteering opportunities, starting with a park clean up and staffing a booth during Oktoberfest.  This is when she learned about the large volunteer community of amazing people that support our city.

Carol joined the Campbell/West-Valley Rotary in 2013.  In 2014, she joined the Campbell Police Foundation Board (CPF) and was appointed to  the Civic Improvement Commission (CIC).  She was one of the founding members of the West Valley Rotary Community Corps when it was  established in 2018, and serves at the current President.

Supported activities:
Campbell Police Foundation: Campbell Police Dunk Tank (at  Boogie/Oktoberfest), Annual Breakfast Fundraiser, Officer and Family  events.

Civic Improvement Commission:  Utility Art Boxes, Poster Contest, Campbell Cares, Teen Job Fair, Neighborhood and Beautification grant programs.

Rotary:  City park cleanups, Night to Shine, Books for Treats, Campbell Toy Drive, Bunnies and Bonnets, Carol of Lights, DCBA Wine Walks