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Children's Aid Ambassadors: Ready for the Job

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Young Men Lift Their Voices in Honor of Their Culture

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Annual Report 2011

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No child should be born into poverty, but as we know all too well, millions are. In New York City, nearly one out of every three children is poor. It is our city’s highest rate of child poverty in three decades.

Poverty is more complex than the lack of financial resources—our most vulnerable children often lack access to adequate food, shelter, family stability, quality education and healthcare.

Keeping the Promise: 2011 Annual Report

Children’s Aid Youth Speak Out at Anti-Bullying Forum in Albany

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Written by: Keyla Espinal

Children's Aid Students and Parents Advocate for School Based Health Centers in Albany

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The Children’s Aid Society’s “Pioneering” Community Schools To Be Featured in New International Education Publications

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Citizenship Application Assistance Workshop in Washington Heights

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Lift Every Voice... Public Speaking Event Honoring Black History Month

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Children’s Aid Youth Go to Albany for Youth Action Day

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New York Times Neediest Cases Story: Love at First Sight, and Through Years of Struggles That Followed

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The New York Times Neediest Cases Fund recently featured this Children’s Aid story about helping Monique and Angel Cartegna make ends meet after job loss and injury.

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