Goodhue Center's beautiful 42-acre campus is a home-away-from-home for hundreds of youth. The center has served the Staten Island community since 1912, when philanthropist Sara Goodhue donated her estate to The Children's Aid Society.
Woodlands, ballfields, outdoor pool, pond, gymnasium and a Computer Learning Center are used for after-school activities, summer day camp, teen programs, tutoring, nature, sports, school vacation programs and mental health services.
William Osborn Day Camp at Goodhue Center on Staten Island is an 8-week co-ed summer camp for children who have finished Kindergarten to those who are entering 8th grade. Programs include art, theater, sports, music, nature and science study, computers and boating.