Permanent Representation at the United Nations
Since 1994, the LGW has worked in partnership with the United Nations through the Department of Public Information (DPI) and the Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC).
Community Services Bureau
Bilingual volunteers help preparing your Consulate papers such as Brazilian visa application.
It provides food security, hygiene products, clothes, blankets, and words of encouragement and faith to help the homeless population.
Mothers and mothers-to-be who are at social or economic risk are ensured maternal health through workshops and baby essentials.
Backpacks for a Bright Future
To help kids excel in school, we provide them with school supplies that their families are unable to afford.
We distribute non-perishable food baskets for the holidays to poverty-stricken families supported by other LGW programs throughout the year.
Emergency relief program that provides first-aid assistance to help communities affected by disasters with the support of multistakeholder partnerships.
Good Will Students for Peace
An anti-violence educational program that aims to instill in students solidary leadership through character-building experiences.
Blue Heart Ambassadors
An international exchange program that invites youth and adults to provide volunteer humanitarian services to disadvantaged communities overseas.
In partnership with Club Atletico Boca Juniors--USA and the City of Newark, the LGW provides free English as a Second Language (ESL) program to the residents of the Ironbound Community.
ENCCEJA Preparatory Course for Brazilians
This preparatory course is offered free to Brazilians who wish to complete their High School equivalency diploma through the ENCCEJA exam of Brazil.
Family Health & Wellness
Through our partnership with Rutgers Medical School, we provide uninsured men and women with access to medical consultations, tests, and screenings, including early cancer detection.