Join Tommy D on Friday, March 10 at 10 AM when he’ll interview Kerry Gillick-Goldberg from Baby Essentials of Long Island (BELI).

Born out of necessity at the start of the Covid-19 pandemic, Gillick-Goldberg realized families who relied on cash incomes were no longer welcome in their employer’s homes out of fear, leaving them without funds for even the most basic essentials. Through her connection with Help Me Grow and diligent contact tracers, as well as generous community donors, volunteers, and former KGG client the Allied Foundation, she was able to provide door-to-door deliveries of diapers, wipes, and formula to those desperately in need or suffering with Covid.

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Kerry Gillick-Goldberg has more than 20 years’ experience in business development pertaining to apparel and non-profits, as well as public relations and cause-related marketing. Gillick-Goldberg is principal of kgg enterprises, where she transformed the merchandising and sales of the One is Greater Than None (1>0) charity from handmade bracelets to a full licensed line of junior activewear, which was available at Bloomingdale’s, nationwide at independent stores and online; founded by teenage girls from Merrick, the charity raised money and social awareness to help children in need and resulted in the rescue and rehabilitation of 48 children enslaved in Ghana, Africa. This success story garnered extensive international, national and local media coverage and put kgg on the map on Long Island while enabling Gillick-Goldberg to keep “one foot” in Manhattan.