On December 8th, volunteers from Goldman Sachs and Debevoise & Plimpton, a New York based law firm, joined the GOSO team for a workshop to
On October 17, Getting Out and Staying Out is hosting our inaugural Our Voices Ourselves women’s breakfast at The Yale Club. This event will gather New York City’s influential, powerful, and committed voices to network and discuss the impact of violence on women and the steps we can take to prevent and find a cure for violence in our communities.
The successful East Harlem-based post-prison reentry nonprofit Getting Out and Staying Out (GOSO) is excited to announce the addition of esteemed CNN news anchor John Berman to its Board of Directors.
On Friday, August 3rd, GOSO joined with The Osborne Association, The Legal Aid Society, JustLeadership USA and CLOSERikers, and our own SAVE Cure Violence team
Transformative. Innovative. A catalyst! That’s GOSO. But those words describe dozens of other community organizations across the country, too. One place where we come together
Post-Rikers Reentry Nonprofit “Getting Out and Staying Out” (GOSO) and partners Legal Aid Society, Osborne Association, JLUSA and Cure Violence Program S.A.V.E. to host: VOTER
open to the public NYPD Gang Database workshop with SAVE Cure Violence and The Legal Aid Society Thursday, July 26th 3:30PM to 5PM 91 East
On Wednesday, April 25, 2018, the GOSO family, joined by special guest and host CNN’s John Berman, gathered at Pier Sixty at Chelsea Piers for
At 2018 Gala, post-Rikers reentry nonprofit “Getting Out and Staying Out” marks record fundraising year; honors Brooklyn author Jim St. Germain, corporate philanthropists Matthew Galligan
As published by New York NonProfit Buzz: Nonprofit Getting Out and Staying Out honored several people at an April 25 event in midtown Manhattan. CNN’s