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Giving Thanks, One Family Meal at a Time

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Every November, millions of American families gather together to share a meal on Thanksgiving. This tradition started in the late 17th century on American shores when European immigrants celebrated their first successful harvest and shared a meal with the Native Americans who taught them their local farming and hunting practices.

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Knocking Down a College Obstacle

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It’s always excellent to see our commitment to improving and expanding impact—to building on something that works well.

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Breaking Records for Children and Families

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We don’t stage our premier fundraiser solely for the purpose of breaking a record. But when we do, that’s good news for the kids and families we serve.

Lifting Children’s Voice on Election Day

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Children may not have the right to vote, but on Election Day the many who attend Children’s Aid community schools made sure to exercise another important fundamental right: their freedom of speech.

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Family Nights at Children’s Aid

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What does it take to host a successful family night? Plenty of apples, employment advice, free books, and a list of great contacts. Our early childhood staff employed this formula at the Children’s Aid Bronx Early Childhood Center last week during school pick-up hours to direct parents to resources they may have otherwise been unable to access on their own.

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Carrera Program Keeps Rolling with SoulCycle

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About 18 months ago. SoulCycle launched a comprehensive program designed to engage teens in health while also providing them with a mentor to help them start thinking about their future, perhaps in ways that they hadn’t considered before. It started with 15 young men and women from Fannie Lou Hamer Freedom High School in the Bronx and Urban Assembly Institute in Brooklyn.

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The Great Bronx Pumpkin Patch

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#SpeakBeautiful with Dove

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Team Children's Aid: Part III

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Victor Liebregt, 31, was what you would call a casual runner until he caught the bug last year. The native of Holland ran a half-marathon for fun and was surprised at his performance. He started entering more races, and the desire to finish faster burned.

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