Whether in Queens or Brooklyn, students participating in Goodwill programs have been busy at work. Here’s an update of different activities in three of our programs.
Beacon 149 Community Club
Earlier this year, our Beacon program at P.S. 149 in Jackson Heights, Queens held a food drive to help families in need. The students formed the Community Club to partner with Move for Hunger. Lead by Jackie Chirinos, the students worked on making flyers and using gorilla marketing to spread the word on the project and to get the community involved. Their hard work paid off! In total they collected 180 pounds of food, which could provide 150 meals for families in their neighborhood.
For more information, please contact Director Jose Mateo at firstname.lastname@example.org or (718) 426-0888.
93-11 34th Avenue, Jackson Heights, NY 11372
Back in February, we announced that Beacon 109 would hold a fine arts program on Saturdays. The program has been now running 3 months strong and the kids are having a blast learning new things. Click here to see students bringing out their inner dj’s and learning how to use the turntables and other electronic equipment to create their own sound.
For more information, please contact Director Frankco Harris at (718) 776-0183 or Fharris@goodwillny.org
213-10 92nd Avenue, Queens Village, NY 11428
Farragut Cornerstone Program
The Farragut Spring Classic Basketball Tournament started April 25 and will last until mid-June. Our high school student’s will compete in ten teams in a number of 5-on-5 games until one team can claim the first place trophy. Check out some pictures from the games and stay tuned to see who wins!
For information, please contact Director Michelle Cattouse at (718) 852-6318 email@example.com
Goodwill Farragut Cornerstone Community Center
228 York Street, Brooklyn, NY 11201
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