Our incredible network of volunteers makes our work possible. They provide invaluable service that complements the work of our staff. Volunteers work with our participants
GOSO is able to reach hundreds of justice-involved young men each year because we have a strong team of dedicated and passionate individuals who show
A recent article in Bon Appétit offered a valuable look at ways in which some restaurant industry employers are using socially-conscious hiring practices to do empower their communities. One major impact the industry is having is on recidivism — the cycle of justice-involved people who are re-arrested.
On Thursday, October 10th, we teamed up with RaisedBy.Us on their fifth annual, city-wide initiative: Tech Gives Back! This day brings together the tech community
If criminal justice reform is to succeed in New York, it’s going to require more people with the passionate commitment of Omar Jackson. At first glance, criminal justice reform appears to be a winner. The jail population in the city has been declining steadily, from around 11,700 in 2013 to just under 7,200 as of September 2019.