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East Harlem Anti-Violence Campaign Wins Top Prize

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The Children’s Aid Society’s East Harlem Center Keystone Club focused its 2012 community service efforts on an anti-violence campaign (called “WHY?”) to bring attention to the prevalence of gang violence and child abuse in the community.

Richard Buery on the Huffington Post: After Newtown, Arming Parents and Schools Against Violence

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In Richard Buery's latest Huffington Post piece, he responds to the Sandy Hook Elementary School tragedy, emphasizing the need for stricter gun control and more effective mental health care.

Fannie Lou Hamer H.S. Women's Boutique

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On December 13, Fannie Lou Hamer High School, a Children’s Aid community school, held a Women’s Boutique to honor its mothers with an evening dedicated to pampering and care.

Hogs & Heifers Bring Christmas to Harlem

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Written by Alirio Guerrero, Director of Preventive Services

This past Sunday December 9, you might have noticed the caravan or heard the thundering sounds of nearly 80 motorcycles driving up the West Side Highway to deliver over 300 gifts and holiday fun to the children and families of The Children’s Aid Society’s Preventive Services Program.

NYC Architects and Designers Bring “Santa’s Workshop” to Dunlevy Milbank

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On Friday, December 7, The Boys and Girls Club of America and Herman Miller teamed up with top New York City architecture and interior design firms to present the 16th annual “We Care” event at The Children’s Aid Society’s Dunlevy Milbank Center.

2nd Annual Children's Aid Society Gala a Huge Success

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Last night's second annual Keeping the Promise gala raised more than $1.5 million for The Children's Aid Society and NYC's neediest children, shattering last year's fundraising record. The event was held at 583 Park and honored Citigroup, Inc. and Bill McDermott, Co-CEO of SAP AG, for their long-time support of the organization.

Garden of Dreams Hosts "Pay It Forward" Event at Dunlevy Milbank Center

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Farmer's Market Visit Encourages Healthy Eating Habits

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Children's Aid College Prep Charter School Opens Its Doors

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Richard Buery on the Huffington Post: When Bureaucracy Strains Government/Non-Profit Relationships

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In Richard Buery's latest Huffington Post piece, he examines problematic partnerships between governments and non-profits, especially when the former is more concerned with how a program is operated rather than if it produces the desired results. An excerpt is posted below.

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