Businesses across New Jersey are facing significant economic turmoil and need your help. In the wake of this global pandemic and local shutdown on non-essential retail businesses, NJ.com has created a resource to connect you with local establishments that are open and cooperating with state guidelines.
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The Small Landlord Emergency Grant (SLEG) Program will reimburse small residential rental property owners for lost rent revenue due to COVID-19 between April and July 2020, as long as they agree to forgive outstanding back rent and late fees that their tenant accrued during this time. The application portal will open on Wednesday, August 19, 2020 at 9AM
The state’s major electric companies and well as local governments and agencies have stepped in to help to provide cooling areas, free water and ice and charging stations for residents who were still without power.
Murphy scaled back indoor limits to 25 people Monday, with exceptions for weddings, funerals and religious and political events.
Nonprofit Organizations registered with the IRS Nonprofit Organizations registered with the IRS including local and regional chambers of commerce can also apply for this program. It should be noted that banking, educational, governmental, and medical service providers are not eligible for the grant program at this time.
Many NJ SNAP Recipients Will Receive Enhanced Benefits; August Payments Will Bring Supplemental Food Assistance Payments to $219M Since March
MUCCTC is a free online counseling service staffed by supervised Monmouth University clinical social work graduate interns. With flexible hours and accessible from anywhere, the program provides therapeutic support for the adult population of New Jersey. Call 732-263-5800 or email [email protected] for more information.
Free coronavirus testing will be offered at six sites across the county where community leaders say residents have had a hard time accessing COVID-19 tests, under a new partnership between Monmouth County and The Grunin Foundation
One nonprofit in New Jersey is helping people stay connected amid the global COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic.
"We started the podcast as an outgrowth to a segment we were calling ‘Rise with Hope,’" explained Pamela Capaci, CEO of HOPE Sheds Light. "We started it during COVID when everything shut down."
Gov. Phil Murphy said the state Department of Education will provide guidance later this week allowing for New Jersey students to opt for remote learning in the fall when schools are expected to reopen.