GOSO Opens New Office In Harlem, For More Services To Justice-Involved People Citywide

Yesterday, GOSO participants, local elected officials, and members of the Harlem community joined GOSO’s CEO, leadership team, co-founder, board members for a ribbon-cutting. Continue Reading →

Philanthropist And Harlem Fave Jean Shafiroff Hosts Luncheon In Honor Of Stacey Leuilette

Philanthropist, author, and TV host Jean Shafiroff, and Christine Schott Ledes, hosted a luncheon in honor of Stacey Leuilette at Le Bilboquet, in Palm Beach, Florida. Continue Reading →

The BET’s All-Star NFL Lineup Joins The 22nd Annual Super Bowl Gospel Celebration

Dallas Cowboy QB Dak Prescott and Tampa Bay Buccaneers QB Tom Brady have joined the All-Star lineup of NFL players set to appear on the 22nd Annual Super Bowl Gospel Celebration. Continue Reading →

These Three Steps To Smarter Giving Are Easy And Inspiring From Harlem To Hollis

For those in need it’s always the season for giving—and planning how to make the world a better place next year—The Robb Report last year spoke with Melanie Schnoll Begun about the best ways to go the distance with a philanthropic plan. Continue Reading →

NFL Continues Its Community Work Announcing Eight New Social Justice Grants

The NY Jets and the NY Giants have done great community work in Harlem, as part of its ongoing Inspire Change platform, the National Football League today announced that eight social justice organizations are receiving grants, as approved by the joint NFL owner-player working group. Continue Reading →

Local Harlem-based Organization CLOTH Receives $25K Spectrum Grant

Spectrum today awarded the Community League of the Heights (CLOTH) a $25,000 grant as one of three local New York City recipients of its Spectrum Digital Education Grant program. Continue Reading →

The Links Serving Women From Harlem To Hollywood

The Links, Incorporated is an international, not-for-profit corporation, established in 1946. The membership consists of 12,000 professional women of color in 280 chapters located in 41 states, the District of Columbia and the Commonwealth of the Bahamas. Continue Reading →


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