Newark’s New Community Corporation Serves as Nationwide Model for Providing Cohesive Human Services During COVID-19 and Civil Unrest Pandemics

New Community Corporation (NCC), affectionately known as “New Community,” continues to help Newark residents improve lives amidst increased racial tensions and this year’s COVID-19 pandemic. Financially stable; self-sufficient; and strategically…

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Longtime Member of NCC Property Management Department Retires
Muobo E Enaohwo, left, accepts a plaque commemorating her 30 years of service to New Community Corporation from Director of Property Management Hector Torres. The department held a small surprise retirement party for Enaohwo at St. Joseph Plaza Aug. 28. Photo courtesy of Benjamin Galvez.

Longtime Member of NCC Property Management Department Retires

Muobo E Enaohwo, who spent 30 years working in the Property Management Department of New Community Corporation, retired Aug. 31. She spent time at each of NCC’s properties over the…

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New Community Prepares for Staff’s Return to On-Site Work
Members of New Community’s Safe Reopening Committee assess workspaces at New Community Career & Technical Institute (NCCTI) July 9. The committee, tasked with helping department directors in their plans to bring employees back to their desks, conducted site visits throughout the NCC network to ensure social distancing was possible and determine the need for signage. Photo courtesy of Benjamin Galvez.

New Community Prepares for Staff’s Return to On-Site Work

As the COVID-19 pandemic persists nationwide, New Community continues to take steps to ensure its sites are as safe as possible for employees, residents and clients. The Safe Reopening Committee…

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Walk the Walk: NCC’s Pledge to Double Down on Social Justice
NCC Founder Monsignor William J. Linder, left, stands with Judge Irwin Booker, NCC's first attorney; Congressman Joseph Minish; Willie Wright, NCC's first President and founding board member; and Joseph Chaneyfield, Vice President and founding board member after the 1967 Newark Rebellion to discuss the development of safe, decent and attractive housing for the Black community.

Walk the Walk: NCC’s Pledge to Double Down on Social Justice

For more than 50 years, New Community Corporation has walked the walk of social justice, helping residents of inner cities improve the quality of their lives to reflect individual God-given…

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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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