"Everyone deserves an affordable, safe place to call home,” said Norcross in a statement. “These funds will help change lives and transform neighborhoods in Camden, and I will always support efforts like this that improve our city. Camden is rising – with more jobs, less crime and better educational opportunities – and this grant is another step in our city’s great revitalization.”
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“Everyone deserves a safe, affordable place to call home,” said Congressman Donald Norcross. “These grants will help us ensure that our neighbors and families are living in healthy environments that are free from dangerous substances. Plus, thanks to this federal funding, we will be combatting homelessness and those who need the most help in Gloucester County will be provided with access to stable housing.”
“We need all of the resources we can muster to stop acts of violence before they happen. By providing funding to harden targets in our communities, we’re smartly investing dollars to help keep the people of South Jersey safe,” said Congressman Donald Norcross, a member of the House Armed Services Committee. “Along with our committed Senators, I will continue to fight for all of the resources needed to ensure our law enforcement agencies and first responders are best able to protect New Jerseyans.”
Congressman Norcross announces over $1.4 million for medical research and training at South Jersey universities
U.S. Congressman Donald Norcross (NJ-01) announced Rowan University and Rutgers University–Camden will receive a total of $1,401,341 in federal funding from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) for medical research and job training programs.
“South Jersey is fast becoming a hub for world-class medical institutions that want to hire the best, and these federal grants will help our ‘Eds and Meds’ corridor continue to thrive,” said Congressman Norcross. “Our top-notch South Jersey universities are shaping the next generation of students, and with these grants, our area is poised to make its mark on future medical discoveries.”