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Harlem Children and Parents March in Support of After-school Programs

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Over 200 children from The Children’s Aid Society’s Dunlevy Milbank Center and their families marched up Lenox Avenue in Harlem Thursday evening to the State Office Building on 125th street to raise awareness on the importance of afterschool programs.

CAS-Carrera wins $250K grant through Microsoft and Junior Achievement

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Gotham Schools Article Brings Charter School Vision to Life

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Chancellor Walcott Visits AileyCamp Washington Heights

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College Access Keeps the Promise

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Children’s Aid is fully committed to making college a reality for as many youth in our services as possible. That is why staff from across the organization volunteered this past month to help college-bound students and their parents submit the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).

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The Knicks and MSG Transform the Holidays

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There’s no question—the holidays can be an expensive time of year. The stress and trauma of living in poverty is present year round but they can be especially acute at this time of year because all parents want to do the very same thing: make the holidays a joyful time. And children get some of that joy when they receive toys and other treats at this time of year.

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The Joy of Adoption

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As a child, Margarita Merced always wanted to make a difference in the world. Today, she’s doing that as a foster mother.

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Recognizing a Force for Good

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Putting Domestic Violence in the Light

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October is nearly on its way out, and it was an exceptional month for raising awareness about domestic violence. The Family Wellness Program took part in several events, and the capper was this past Monday with the Shine the Light in Harlem march. A number of Children’s Aid staff walked behind one of our banners, and Manny Yonko, Director of Family Wellness Program, spoke out against domestic violence on behalf of the agency.

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