Love is in the air, and GOSO wanted to make sure our clients in upstate correctional facilities received warm messages from home this Valentine’s Day. Numerous volunteers, staff, interns, founder Mark L. Goldsmith and our guys came together to craft messages from the heart, to be sent to 250 clients in upstate correctional facilities.
GOSO Co-Founder, President, and CEO Mark L. Goldsmith was delighted to join host Danny Tisdale on his podcast, The Danny Tisdale Show. The two spoke about Mr. Goldsmith’s years of working as an executive in the cosmetic industry, how that experience shaped his approach to working with young men at Rikers Island, and the principles on which Getting Out & Staying Out (GOSO) came to be founded.
Last night GOSO staff members and clients were joined by community leaders, partner organizations and education stakeholders for the grand opening of GOSO’s new Education Center at 1400 Fifth Avenue in Harlem.
Roses are red, violets are blue… it’s that time of year and GOSO needs YOU! Join us as we show our love and support for
GOSO is thrilled to be included among the Community Network of NBA Voices, the NBA’s initiative to address social injustice, promote inclusion, uplift voices and
Every year, GOSO hosts a holiday party to honor all our of clients’ hard work and dedication to the program! This event is always one
JOB TITLE: Director of Rikers Island Reentry Services RESPONSIBILITIES: Placement will be on Rikers Island. Ability to travel to Rikers 4-5 days a week is
SAVE THE DATE Education is integral to every GOSO Guy on their personal journey to self-improvement and self-sufficiency. We’re thrilled to announce another invaluable resource
The value of education to our Guys is immeasurable … but the cost to build this Education Center is real: $100,000. We looking to our most committed supporters — we’re looking to you — to help us make this happen. This season, will you make a donation to GOSO and help us hit the half-way mark — $50,000 raised before the end of 2017?
Last week, GOSO Guys past and present, SAVE Cure Violence leadership, criminal justice reform colleagues and the Harlem community gathered for a Town Hall. Featured