June 3, 2021 – Working with two already-established homeless outreach programs—Just Believe and New Life Addiction Services—Jeff’s Camp will feature an 8,000-square-foot facility incorporating a thrift store and a sober living residence providing treatment, rehabilitation, and vocational training—all in a serene, wooded setting.

“While (New Life) is working with them on the medical side, we can work on the rehabilitative/vocation side, getting them back into society, touching people, getting back into that public eye, and getting people what they need. That’s what the store is going to do,” Just Believe director Paul Hulse told

In an impromptu May 27 ceremony, Weber signed a letter of intent to deed over the land on which Jeff’s Camp will be built. Watching was a group that included New Jersey Congressman Andy Kim—whom Weber once ran against as a candidate for New Jersey’s 3rd district seat.

Obviously, there are no hard feelings. “If ever there was an issue that tries to unite our country it would be about supporting our veterans,” Kim told “So this is something where it should be all hands on deck. It should be a no-brainer to everybody.”

A no-brainer perhaps, and a fitting testament to two veterans who loved one another and their country.



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