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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’s Board Members are some of our most valuable volunteers. They share a deep commitment to improving opportunities for at-risk and legal system involved individuals. Board Members have the opportunity to share their experience and expertise, as well as provide support to the organization through financial gifts, in-kind contributions, and cultivating individuals and organizations to support GOSO’s important mission.
On May 11th, GOSO’s partner organization, Stand Against Violence East Harlem (SAVE) hosted its second Hoops Against Violence community basketball tournament at the Johnson Community Center in East Harlem. This event brings the community together to raise awareness of gun violence prevention.
Congratulations, Omar and Javon! As Program Manager and Outreach Worker Supervisor, respectively, these guys are now in a position with SAVE to share their personal
GOSO partnered with SAVE (Stand Against Violence East Harlem) for the first ever Hip Hop Competition, held on Thursday, January 19th, at MIST Harlem in