Coping with COVID-19: How New Community is Helping During the Pandemic
NCC’s Resident Services Department has continued providing food to those in need throughout the COVID-19 pandemic. From left to right: Manor Senior Resident Services Coordinators Erika Furcal and Guadalupe Cepeda and Home Friend Program Coordinator/Food Pantry Representative Flavia Pinheiro. Photo courtesy of Resident Services.

Coping with COVID-19: How New Community is Helping During the Pandemic

The global COVID-19 pandemic has impacted many aspects of life for people and businesses around the world. New Community has had to make adjustments to its operations, but it has…

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NCC Mourns the Loss of CHELC Receptionist/Family Worker
Zelda Badger-Noel was working at Community Hills Early Learning Center as the Receptionist/Family Worker when she passed away Aug. 16. Photo courtesy of Phyllis Montford.

NCC Mourns the Loss of CHELC Receptionist/Family Worker

Although Zelda Badger-Noel had only been working at Community Hills Early Learning Center (CHELC) for six months before her passing, she had a great impact on the children, families and…

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NCC Helps Teen Empowerment Network Participants On The Road To College
Teen Empowerment Network (T.E.N.) Coordinator Michael Schiavo, left, works with Luis Santiago. Santiago, who is legally blind, has been accepted to Bloomfield College for the fall semester.

NCC Helps Teen Empowerment Network Participants On The Road To College

New Community recently launched the Teen Empowerment Network (T.E.N.), which aims to help high school juniors and seniors living in Newark prepare for college. One success story is Luis Santiago,…

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CHELC Graduate Gets Full Scholarship To Princeton University
Community Hills Early Learning Center graduate Ci’Anee Campbell shows off her Princeton shirt with her mother Towanna Campbell. Ci’Anee will be attending Princeton University in the fall on a full scholarship. Photo courtesy of Ci’Anee Campbell.

CHELC Graduate Gets Full Scholarship To Princeton University

The educational foundation children receive when they are young can help shape who they become. That is the case for Ci’Anee Campbell, who took pre-K classes at Community Hills Early…

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