Broadway Stages Gina Argento Supports Robotics Education

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Gina Argento, President of Broadway Stages, is committed to giving local students access to quality educational resources and tools.

The Saint Ignatius School recently held its 20th Anniversary Scholarship Benefit, and Gina, on behalf of Broadway Stages, contributed to ensure that students continue to have access to scholarships that support their educational studies. She hopes that her investment will inspire others to get involved in providing quality education for middle school students.

Gina is also committed to funding the school's robotics program, which allows students to explore STEM-based education and offers hands-on learning. The program is a great way to introduce middle school students to the fundamentals of robotics and computer science.

To help financially assist in robotic projects and specific needs, Broadway Stages has contributed funds to purchase new mBot kits and other supplies. These will help teach students about mechanical construction and graphic coding, which are key elements of robotic devices.

Broadway Stages Gina Argento Supports Green Education Through Sustainable CUNY Plans

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Broadway Stages President Gina Argento supports a greener and more environmentally conscious future for New York City.

Broadway Stages, the largest solar-powered soundstage production company in Brooklyn, is a proud supporter of Sustainable CUNY. Sustainable CUNY promotes recycling, renewable resources, and reducing energy consumption in City University of New York (CUNY) institutions. With over 500,000 students enrolled in CUNY programs, Sustainable CUNY has greatly reduced energy consumption since 2007.

As a benefactor of Sustainable CUNY, Gina aims to demonstrate to CUNY students the importance of being energy-conservative and environmentally friendly. Join Gina today and help encourage environmental stewardship in New York students and residents.

Gina Argento and Broadway Stages Are Going Green for Brooklyn

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Broadway Stages President Gina Argento wants to inspire Greenpoint and Williamsburg residents to go green. Partnering with Town Square, a local volunteer-based community, Gina aims to educate residents and spread the benefits of environmental stewardship.

As part of her effort to advance green education, Gina is a proud sponsor of Town Square's Go Green! Brooklyn Festival and its mission to teach Brooklynites the benefits of local sustainability. Gina hopes that her dedication to the environment inspires others to join her and Broadway Stages in promoting sustainability.

Broadway Stages is Brooklyn's largest solar-powered full-service soundstage production company. Broadway Stages also participates in NYC's CoolRoofs initiative to reduce carbon emission and reduce energy consumption. Broadway Stages and Gina want to continue our environmental stewardship for a greener future for us all!

Gina Argento and Broadway Stages Help Budding Journalists Learn at the YMCA

Broadway Stages President Gina Argento has expanded her outreach to YMCA in Flushing.

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The Flushing YMCA at JHS 189 is a community-based organization that is focused on cultivating experiences for youth development and education. The YMCA endorses a journalism program to encourage student participants to create and publish an annual YMCA magazine. As part of the program, participants enjoy a Broadway show to mimic real-life journalism with this year's review set for Charlie and the Chocolate Factory.

This year's budget was reduced, so funding was needed to purchase tickets and secure transportation to the event. As part of her commitment to advancing local educational opportunities, Gina financed the remainder of the needed funds. She hopes her donation will allow students to gain insight into the world of journalism. Join Gina and Broadway Stages in supporting future writers.

Gina Argento Is Helping Bushwick and Brooklyn Stay Clean

Gina Argento, President of Broadway Stages, encourages everyone to take part in keeping Brooklyn clean.

Gina is working in collaboration with the organization Ujima Community Working Together (UCWT) to remove graffiti from local community buildings. UCWT's graffiti removal initiative is an important part of cleaning unwanted and illegal vandalism on Bushwick resident buildings and businesses. The initiative partners local students and volunteers, including the 83rd Precinct, to team up and remove graffiti together.

As a financial contributor, Gina seeks to aid UCWT and the Bushwick community in this initiative. Join Gina in her efforts to combat graffiti in Brooklyn and Bushwick!

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Gina Argento Helps Brooklyn Animal Resource Coalition Provide Quality Care for Animals

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Gina Argento, President of Broadway Stages, shared Valentine's Day love with the Brooklyn Animal Resource Coalition (BARC) at its annual Valentine Dinner Dance. BARC is a temporary shelter of love for abandoned animals until a permanent home is found. Animals there receive quality care, food, shelter, and most importantly love.

As a contributor to the event, Gina is able to support the health and care of animals in BARC programs. Her financial donations will also aid in training BARC staff and maintenance of BARC facilities. Gina encourages everyone to support BARC's mission today and spread the love to all animals.

Broadway Stages Gina Argento Supports Quality Services for the Autism Community

Quality Services for the Autism Community (QSAC) is committed to providing quality services to those with or affected by autism. Each year, QSAC hosts the Believe Gala to raise funds to finance its autism support programs that serve more than 2,100 children and adults annually.

As a donator to QSAC's Believe Gala, Broadway Stages's Gina Argento supports children and adults with autism by helping provide personnel services for families affected. Gina wants to help improve social and educational services for individuals with autism and provide them with quality care services. Join Broadway Stages in supporting individuals and families affected by autism and support QSAC with us!

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Gina Argento, President of Broadway Stages, Supports Brooklyn Scholarships

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The Federation of Italian-American Organizations of Brooklyn (FIAOB) is dedicated to providing public assistance to Brooklyn community members. FIAOB helps introduce non-English speaking locals to government agencies. This year, FIAOB celebrates its 40th annual fundraising gala to gather funds for high school education.

As a sponsor of the fundraising event, Gina Argento, President of Broadway Stages, will help provide scholarships to high school student recipients to allow them to continue their education. As part of our commitment to education, Gina hopes her contributions to the scholarships positively impact students and provide them with educational opportunities.

Broadway Stages and Gina Argento Excited to Welcome Pandas to New York City

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New Yorkers will soon be able to visit pandas right in our own backyard thanks to Congresswoman Carolyn B. Maloney. Representing the Bronx Zoo, Congresswoman Maloney has long hoped to bring pandas to Central Park or the Bronx Zoo. She sees their arrival in New York as a "time to have something happy."

To benefit The Pandas Are Coming to NYC project, Broadway Stages's President Gina Argento has sponsored the Black & White Panda Ball. As a sponsor of the event, Gina wishes to take part in welcoming two Chinese pandas to New York City by raising funds to accommodate the transportation and stay of the pandas. Broadway Stages looks forward to the day the pandas arrive!

Broadway Stages President Gina Argento Sponsors Wheelchairs for Greenpoint Veterans

Many disabled veterans in Greenpoint, Brooklyn lack wheelchair assistance to perform daily tasks. As part of our commitment to serve our brave veterans, Broadway Stages's Gina Argento sponsors wheelchairs for veterans in part with the Knights of Columbus Lexington.

As a financial sponsor of the communal effort to accommodate disabled veterans, Gina hopes her contributions help our local veterans gain access to greater mobility. Join Gina and the Knights of Columbus Lexington by helping out your local veterans.

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Gina Argento, Together With Roundabout Theatre, Is Bringing Theatre to You!

Founded in 1991, the Roundabout Theatre Company is committed to producing high-quality theatrical performances suitable for both adults and children. Roundabout Theatre revives classic plays and musicals and also introduces audiences to emerging writers. Through its New Play Initiative, Roundabout Theatre has helped produce Harold Pinter's Moonlight and Brian Friel's Molly Sweeney.

Gina Argento, President of Broadway Stages, believes that theater is an essential part of exploring the creative arts. Gina has donated necessary funds to help operate the Roundabout Theatre's programs. The contributions will also fund educational and outreach programs to increase exposure of the theater industry.

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Gina Argento, President of Broadway Stages, Supports Educational Excellence at Saint Ignatius Loyola School

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The Saint Ignatius Loyola School employs rigorous academic programs to ensure that students receive educational programs that meet the high standards of New York state requirements for over 163 years.

Gina Argento, President of Broadway Stages, understands the importance of quality education for New York City students and wishes to continue to improve educational resources. To help sustain Saint Ignatius Loyola School’s educational programs and academic excellence, Gina Argento provides the necessary financial resources to assist in funding scholarships and budgetary needs. Gina hopes her donation is able to inspire others to contribute to local education and students.