Hacks 4 School: Get Personal!

Some simple things that help get the kids out the door and excited for school!


backpacks for kids

I would love to meet you! Come to the Kingstowne branch of Apple Federal Credit Union (6831 Sir Viceroy Dr, Alexandria, VA 22315) on Wednesday, August 26 from 6 a.m. to 12 p.m. to drop off backpacks and supplies for kids who need them!

Here’s how to help!

Donate money online here.
Send a check made out to Backpacks 4 Kids to:
Backpacks 4 Kids
NBC4 Washington
4001 Nebraska Ave, NW
Washington, DC 20016

School supplies needed per backpack:
Two packs of loose-leaf notebook paper
Two dozen #2 pencils
Two packages of cap erasers
Three spiral composition books
One yellow highlighter
Eight plain folders with pockets and brads or loose leaf binder with dividers
One package of 24 crayons and/or one package of colored pencils
Small pencil or supply box or zippered supply pouch
Two composition books
Paper glue
Box of Kleenex
Two packs of copy (white) paper
12-inch ruler

“What’s this?”

Yes.. that’s what my 4 year old asked me.


Join me Sept 12th: St. Jude’s Heart of Fashion

This is a really great event! If you can make .. would love to see you!


We are less than 1 month away from the St. Jude Heart of Fashion (HOF)!

Saturday, September 12 || 11:30AM – 2:00PM

Neiman Marcus Mazza Gallerie

Join me and a fabulous crowd of attendees as we unite together for a day of fashion and philanthropy to benefit St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.

St. Jude leads the way the world understands, treats and defeats childhood cancer and other life-threatening diseases.  Located in Memphis, Tennessee, the center is at the cutting-edge of the latest medicine and research in life-threatening pediatric diseases, such as cancer, all while freeing families from the biggest burden in getting life-saving healthcare: the cost.

Events like the HOF are so important to the continued success of St. Jude because the center receives the majority of it’s funding from generous donors.   With a $2 million a day hof1operating cost, every dollar counts and the results are evident today as St. Jude has increased the survival rates for Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia (ALL) from 4% (in 1962) to 94%.

Tickets for the Heart of Fashion

$150 Individual || $500 VIP

Scoop yours today:


The event will feature a full runway presentation of looks from Italian fashion designer Brunello Cucinelli’s Fall/Winter 2015 collection while guests enjoy brunch bites, champagne and an amazing silent auction!  NBC 4 Metorologist Doug Kammerer will return once again this year to emcee the event.

Last year’s HOF was completely sold out and the same expected this year.  Below are a few pictures from last year’s HOF to get you even more excited hof11for this year’s.

News Grams!

Would love a follow on instagram on my news account @agoff. I’ll be posting snaps from broadcasting, the newsroom, in the field and of course travels and behind-the-scenes! Thanks all!
agoff on instagram

A Final Salute

This Saturday on NBC4 we are airing a special show dedicated to our Veterans. I will be reporting a story that is truly inspirational. Please join us as we witness a final salute. I’ll introduce you to an amazing group that is helping America’s bravest feel pride and peace during the end of their lives. Here’s a preview:

Indoor S’mores in less than 10 Minutes

So easy my 2 year old can make them! Happy #NationalSmoresDay people!


At my desk tracking breaking news. Good Monday morning!

Posted by Angie Goff on Monday, August 10, 2015


Broadcasting LIVE from Facebook now!

Hi friends! Hope you’ll join us for our LIVE broadcast via Facebook starting this weekend. The social network is rolling out the new feature and so far  after testing it the tool looks pretty dependable. We’ll stream LIVE on my Facebook Page here Sunday Aug 9th from 9-10:30AM. It’s awesome because I always have the chance to chat with you during the show. Here’s our test run this morning with David and Amelia!

News4 Today is broadcasting LIVE now. Watch here. Happy Saturday! #earlychat

Posted by Angie Goff on Saturday, August 8, 2015


At the Navy Yard


NAVSEA’s Sharon Smoot

I had the honor of speaking at the Navy Yard as part of the Command’s Distinguished Speaker Series. It was the first one NAVSEA has had since the tragedy from 2013 where a gunman killed 12 people on campus. Before I gave my talk… I had a chance to see the memorial in the renovated building where so many lost their lives that day. It was an important moment. A reminder that things can change in an instance.

I was able to walk down the hall and into a room filled with some incredible people. The NAVSEA community is a strong one. My father worked at the Navy Yard when I was younger so I felt an instant connection with the group. They were funny, had great questions and at the end of the day I think we all left with a smile. In the end .. that’s all I can hope for. Thanks NAVSEA for having me. (Photos by Scott Adam Webb)

NAVY YARD 1Angie Goff NAVSEA Speakers Series 7-14-2015



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