Broadway Stages President Supports Staten Island's Goodhue Center

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The Children's Aid Society Goodhue Center in Staten Island has served hundreds of families since 1912. The center, which is one of the largest greenspaces on Staten Island, is complete with outdoor facilities, including ball fields, gardens, open spaces, and a pool.

Created with the purpose of educating children through after-school programs, as well as raising nutritional awareness through activities and exercise, the center provides youth and families with opportunities to learn and enrich their lives.

Broadway Stages President Gina Argento wants to encourage the Goodhue Center to continue to offer its enrichment programs. For the benefit of Staten Island families, Gina supports popular programs at the center, including the robotic club, sports teams, summer camps, and nutritional awareness programs, through financial donations. Gina hopes her contributions help Staten Island families and children enjoy free learning and physical fitness programs. Ultimately, she hopes to inspire others in the community to support local organizations that improve the lives of our neighbors in Staten Island.