Brindisi Announces More Than $500,000 in Second Round CARES Act Funding For Binghamton
Congressman Secures Crucial Funds To Help Mitigate The Effects Of COVID-19 For Binghamton’s Most Vulnerable
Brindisi: We Must Work Together To Comeback From This Pandemic; These Funds Are Critical For Our Community
Congressman Anthony Brindisi announced the second round of Emergency Solutions Grants (ESG) from the Brindisi-backed CARES Act. Brindisi announced more than $500,000 for the city of Binghamton in critical ESG funding.
“The global pandemic has hit our communities and state hard, but we are working together to fight back and starting our comeback,” Brindisi said. “These crucial funds, secured through the bipartisan CARES Act, will help the city of Binghamton take care of their most vulnerable. Our communities have sacrificed so much, but together, we will come through this crisis. I am proud to work with Democrats and Republicans to deliver critical resources for Binghamton.”
ESG, administered by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), funds can be used by localities for a variety of purposes, but are designed to help the most vulnerable. These dollars can be used to prevent, prepare for, and respond to COVID-19 among families and individuals who are homeless or are receiving homeless assistance.
Through the Brindisi-backed CARES Act, New York’s 22nd district has received millions in pandemic relief funds. In addition to $1,200 checks for most families, Brindisi fought for additional funding for counties, cities, hospitals, schools, and more.