Last Wednesday GOSO’s Stand Against Violence East Harlem (SAVE) was proud to co-organize a mixer for East Harlem’s Community-Based Organizations to exchange information, brainstorm around on issues we are all facing, and establish lines of communication that will help us collaborate, organize and create community-focused opportunities.
On April 20, GOSO will host its annual Gala at the New-York Historical Society in Manhattan and you can be a part of it – wherever you are that night, and even if you don’t like big parties.
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.
GOSO was awarded a 2 million grant from the Department of Justice’s Office of Justice Programs. DOJ’s goal is to help reduce gun crime and other serious violence in communities across the U.S. GOSO’s reputation and positive outcomes in East Harlem have prepared us to maximize our impact.