Governor Tom Wolf announced more than $5 million in funding to help homeless families and promote homelessness prevention across the commonwealth. The funding is provided from the Emergency Solutions Grant (ESG) program.
Governor Tom Wolf today notified farmland owners in Columbia, Lebanon, York counties and adjacent counties that they are eligible to receive disaster relief funding from the United States Department of Agriculture. Also eligible are the adjacent counties of Adams, Berk, Cumberland, Dauphin, Lancaster, Luzerne, Lycoming, Montour, Northumberland, Schuylkill, and Sullivan.
Governor Tom Wolf has ordered the Commonwealth flag on the Capitol Complex, at all Commonwealth facilities, and all public buildings and grounds throughout the commonwealth to fly at half-staff to honor President George H.W. Bush.
Wolf Administration Receives $10 Million from Bloomberg Philanthropies to Fight Opioid Epidemic in PennsylvaniaNovember 30, 2018
Pennsylvania has been selected as the first state to participate in a groundbreaking initiative from Bloomberg Philanthropies designed to strengthen state and local opioid prevention and treatment efforts. Governor Tom Wolf accepted a $10 million grant this morning from Michael Bloomberg—founder of Bloomberg Philanthropies and World Health Organization (WHO) Global Ambassador for Noncommunicable Diseases—at the inaugural Bloomberg American Health Summit in Washington, D.C. Governor Wolf was a featured speaker at the event, describing his administration’s approach to reduce the number of Pennsylvanians addicted to opioids.
Governor Wolf and First Lady Frances Wolf Invite Public to Capitol Tree Lighting on Thursday, December 6November 30, 2018
Governor Tom Wolf and First Lady Frances Wolf are inviting the public to join them for the 2018 Capitol Christmas Tree Lighting ceremony at noon Thursday, December 6, in the Rotunda of the Main Capitol Building in Harrisburg.