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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Rutgers Community Health Center Celebrates New Location and NCC Partnership
Representatives from New Community Corporation and Rutgers Community Health Center were joined by New Jersey First Lady Tammy Snyder Murphy, center with scissors, and members of Newark City Council for the ribbon cutting. Photo by Tamara Fleming.

Rutgers Community Health Center Celebrates New Location and NCC Partnership

Rutgers Community Health Center (RCHC) held a ribbon cutting Dec. 16 to highlight its new location and partnership with New Community Corporation. The facility, which is a Federally Qualified Health…

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Essex County Honors Trish Morris-Yamba and Kenneth A. Gibson with Memorial Plaques Along Legends Way
NCC Board President Dr. A. Zachary Yamba, center, after unveiling the memorial plaque honoring his late wife Trish Morris-Yamba along Legends Way.

Essex County Honors Trish Morris-Yamba and Kenneth A. Gibson with Memorial Plaques Along Legends Way

Essex County Executive Joseph DiVincenzo and the Board of Chosen Freeholders dedicated memorial plaques along Legends Way to five individuals who made great contributions to the county during their lives.…

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