GOOD+ Foundation Blog

  • 2016 Annual Report

    GOOD+ Foundation® partners with a national network of leading programs to break the cycle of family poverty through the power of donated goods and transformational services. Founded by Jessica Seinfeld in 2001, GOOD+ Foundation (formerly Baby Buggy) is a nonprofit organization that partners with a national network of leading programs to break the cycle of family poverty through the power of essential children’s products and life-changing family services. GOOD+ Foundation selects pro...

  • Pierre Kim: My Experience at Forestdale

    Forestdale is an incredible organization founded in 1854 when a group of local women began to teach low-income NYC children basic trade skills. In the late 19th century, they pivoted to providing residential care for abused and abandoned youths. Today, as the only child welfare agency headquartered in Queens, their mission is to serve as a resource for all families in the borough. While they still work to ensure the well-being of abused and neglected children through foster care and...

  • From Intern to Leader: My Experience with GOOD+ Foundation

    My relationship with GOOD+ Foundation initiated a few years ago when I decided to celebrate my birthday by giving back, while still having a fun time with my close friends. My mom suggested I reach out to GOOD+ Foundation, since we had previously donated gently used clothes to them. Since then, my relationship with GOOD+ Foundation has continued to grow. I have organized multiple book and toy drives, including a Christmas drive where we collected over 100 books for families in need. In additi...

  • View from the Other Side

    I was the Program Leader for the Fathers First Initiative in Rockaway, Queens for 6 years, and assisted my predecessor for 4 of those years. When a partnership with GOOD+ Foundation was formed, we began to provide fathers in the program with not only goods that they could use for their families and children, but also to provide experiences across New York City that dads otherwise may not have had the opportunity to be a part of. Our partnership grew even stronger when we worked with the ...