Norwescap News

Volunteer Spolight: Jan O’Keefe

Jan has logged more volunteer hours donated than any other single volunteer at Norwescap. April 28, 2023 – If you Read More

AmeriCorps Service Project Hosts January Food Drive to Support Norwescap Food Bank  

January 18, 2023 – Every year, Norwescap’s team of AmeriCorps service members selects a project to undertake in Read More
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Community Development through the purchase of a restaurant

A Community Hub in the Heart of Phillipsburg

“Norwescap bought a restaurant!?” – well, sort of! Read on for details about our latest exciting investment Read More

The Season of Abundance 

It’s the season! Fallen leaves are crinkling under our feet as little ones donned their backpacks and lunch boxes to Read More

Pork Roll Palooza Put the “P” in Phillipsburg

Not just a ‘Jersey Thing’ as travelers from Virginia and New Hampshire came to “P”-burg’s Read More

Norwescap Put the ‘Action’ in “Hunger Action Month” 

There are more than 34 million people in America who are food insecure. “Food Insecure” is not simply about being Read More

A Million Reasons to Celebrate

Norwescap has been on a mission to increase food security in the region for many years. Our Food Bank has been Read More

Daiquiri H.

July 2021 Hi, my name is Daiquiri H. I am a divorced recovering alcoholic mother of an amazing young man. Because of my Read More

Spotlight: Susan Longcor, Norwescap Head Start & Early Head Start, Nurse

By: Gillian Baakman, Staff Writer May sixth is national nurses day, and if 2020 taught us anything, it is that the Read More

Is the Pandemic Getting in the Way of My Child’s Emotional Development?

The question that seems to be asked most among parents these days is: Are masks, social distancing, and the lack of Read More

Beauty Editors Forego Luxury Products To Donate To Families Through NJ Nonprofit

Norwescap receives over 750 highly-rated skin-care products to gift to parents this holiday PHILLIPSBURG, NJ-  Read More

Getting a Tax Deduction for Donations is Easier this Year Thanks to the Pandemic Relief Program

The last few weeks of the year are traditionally when Americans are the most generous with their giving. And while 2020 Read More

LGTBQ Adults Twice as Likely to Be Uninsured Compared to Straight Peers, Study Finds

In earlier recessions, the number of people without health insurance would explode. But this year, thanks to the Read More

Food Pantries are Improving the Diets of Those Who Depend on Them, Research Says

The pandemic didn’t create food insecurity in the United States. It merely brought greater attention to the vital Read More

Now that Vaccinations Have Started, When Can We Expect to Get Our Lives Back?

When will life return to normal? It’s a question that’s at the front of everyone’s minds. Now that we’re in the Read More

Once Immunity is Widespread, COVID-19 Will Act More Like the Common Cold, Scientists Say

As the states across our region gradually broaden their COVID-19 vaccination programs, an end to the pandemic finally Read More

Your Donation Can Aid the COVID-19 Response and Improve Racial Equality

With communities of color bearing the brunt of the pandemic’s health and socioeconomic consequences, COVID-19 is Read More

Today I Met Alice

Today I met ALICE. No that wasn’t her name, but rather her situation. The acronym is from a United Way study which Read More