Category: Updates

We Need Your Unused Coupons!

Netcong has an amazing young lady who started a project to help our Netcong Emergency Food Bank. She uses coupons clipped from Sunday newspapers and other periodicals to purchase personal hygiene products with the coupons and...

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Give Input On Improving New Jersey’s Food Insecurity

The New Jersey Economic Development Authority is seeking input on strategies to address food insecurity in NJ’s food deserts and ideas for initiatives to increase access to affordable healthy food through a Request for Information (RFI). The Authority is seeking input from: food retailers, producers, processors, or suppliers, advocacy organizations or social services providers, supermarket developers or operators, technical assistance providers, agricultural organizations, and others. Responses to the Request for Information are due April 12th.

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SBIR/Coaching and Proposal Preparation Assistance

NJ entrepreneurs and small businesses are eligible to receive guidance and assistance in pursuing the SBIR and STTR programs. These services include help in determining whether SBIR and STTR are worth pursuing given a company’s technology, core competencies, business goals, and team; and coaching throughout the proposal development process.

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CSIT Announces Clean Tech Seed Grant Program Proposals due April 5, 2021

The New Jersey Commission on Science, Innovation, and Technology (CSIT) Clean Tech Seed Grant Program will help accelerate development and innovation of clean technologies by furthering research and development (R&D) within the Garden State’s clean technology startup community. CSIT developed the program in coordination with the New Jersey Board of Public Utilities (NJBPU) and the New Jersey Economic Development Authority (NJEDA).

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Indoor Capacity To Increase from 25% to 35% for Select Businesses

Beginning Friday, February 5th at 8 a.m., indoor capacity limits will increase to 35% of stated capacity for food and beverage establishments, personal care businesses, and recreational and entertainment businesses, including gyms, fitness centers, and casinos. Certain indoor gatherings, including religious services and wedding ceremonies, will be limited to 35% of the room’s capacity up to 150 people.

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