CBS News New York’s Jessi Mitchell visits SAVE East Harlem following the announcement of a $2 million US Department of Justice grant to GOSO and SAVE.
Pix11 News’ Monica Morales visits SAVE East Harlem for a day to learn about their work on the ground and their Junior Violence Interrupters program. The goal? To prevent violence before it happens.
Here’s a special look back on a celebratory night that strengthened connections, commitments from our community, and secured financial support for GOSO’s participants and our
“These are people we grew up with,” said Omar Mims, a violence interrupter at SAVE Harlem. To try to prevent shootings before they happen, SAVE’s
Kudos to Chelsea Kraimer, who is among the young professionals recently honored by City and State NY as a 2021 Nonprofit 40 Under 40 Rising Star! Chelsea is
Congratulations to GOSO’s President and CEO, Dr. Jocelynne Rainey for being selected as one of the newest leaders of Robinhood’s cohort the Power Fund. Dr.
On Saturday, May 8th, GOSO was featured in a story on ABC7NY as one of the organizations working to help homeless youth during the pandemic.
In March Jocelynne sat down with the Editor-in-Chief of The Positive Community to discuss GOSO’s founding and work, SAVE East Harlem, and what advice she has for up-and-coming young female leaders. Click here to watch the full clip.
Thank you, Maria Cavenaghi, for inviting GOSO’s key executive team — Dr. Jocelynne Rainey, President and CEO, and Sonya Shields, COO — to share about
Op-Ed | From ‘The Box’ to the block: for formerly-incarcerated men, housing is key to a stable future by Dr. Jocelynne Rainey, President & CEO,