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25 Years and Still Going Strong

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In 1992, Children’s Aid launched a program that seemed, at the time, experimental and cutting edge: we put counselors, a doctor, and other human services into a school. We called it a community school.

The Associates Council Hosts Their Seventh Annual Spring Benefit

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A Night of Inspiration

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Spring has finally sprung in New York City. For some, that means smelling the flowers in bloom or stowing away those winter boots. Here at Children’s Aid we look forward to the annual Garden of Dreams Foundation Talent Show where some of our most inspiring young people have the opportunity to let their artistic abilities shine. And this year’s show, held at Radio City Music Hall on Monday, April 3, was no exception.

A Sweet Read for Every Child

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Our friends at Sweet Reads are as dedicated as we are to inspiring a love of reading early. Through a number of book drives, they have generously donated 1,078 new books to Children’s Aid, making it possible for every child in our early childhood services to take home a new book during National Reading Month. We couldn’t be more appreciative of their partnership, which helps us nurture strong, lifelong readers, one book at a time.

Celebrating the Impact

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In honor of National Social Work Month, we celebrate the men and women who are on the front lines every day with our children and their families.

Associates Council Seventh Annual Spring Benefit

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On March 30, 2017, the Associates Council of The Children’s Aid Society will host its Seventh Annual Spring Benefit at the Manhattan Penthouse from 7:00-10:00 p.m. 

Little Learners, Enormous Impact

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Despite mounds of evidence proving how critical a child’s first years are in his development and learning, the United States is still far behind most other developed countries in the way it supports families to ensure toddlers get all they need. This is especially true for families that struggle economically, who simply can’t afford to take unpaid leave from work and who often have difficulty finding high-quality child care.

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A Month of Reading on the Rug

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Join Us to Run the 2017 TCS New York City Marathon!

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In 2016, to further foster the health and wellness of New Yorkers, Children’s Aid joined forces with New York Road Runners as an official charity partner of the TCS New York City Marathon. The team, comprised of eight philanthropic runners, raised more than $35,000 to support Children’s Aid’s mission to help children living in poverty to succeed and thrive.

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El Centro NYC and Children’s Aid Host Know Your Rights Event

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It has been an incredibly destabilizing time for many immigrant communities across New York City and the nation. So many families have questions about how to keep their families together and their children safe. Our Early Childhood staff organized a Know Your Rights teach-in for families that have children in our pre-k services, which was graciously led by Favio Ramirez-Caminatti, the executive director of El Centro NYC.

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