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Cheery Volunteers Bundle Up Dunlevy Milbank Center

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Laid Off from St. Vincent's and Struggling to Provide

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The New York Times Neediest Cases Fund recently featured this Children’s Aid story about Chonise Blackman and her family. Below is an excerpt from the original article.

Early Childhood Parent Policy Council Commits to Their Children and to CAS Programs

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Children's Aid Helps a Family Cope With Assistance from The New York Times Neediest Cases Fund

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The New York Times Neediest Cases Fund recently featured this Children’s Aid story about Nicole Thornton and how assistance helped her and children cope after the death of her husband four months ago. Below is an excerpt from the original article.

Early Head Start Staff Roll-Up Their Sleeves for Learning and Fun

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Wacky Tacky Day at Drew Hamilton

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October 27th was WACKY TACKY DAY at Drew.  Parents were encouraged to let the children select their own clothing to wear to school.  The excitement has begun with children welcoming each other for Wacky Tacky Day and identifying the colors and items they are wearing.  Check out the hilarious pictures!

Children’s Aid Society Community School Earns an A, Urging for More to Be Done

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As the City reports that only 25% of high school graduates are college-ready, we are proud that The Fannie Lou Hamer Freedom High School, a Children’s Aid Society community school partner, received an A grade on its recent Department of Education report card. Principal Nancy Mann appeared on Fox 5 on Monday night to echo Children’s Aid vision of preparing students in high-needs neighborhoods for college.

Domestic Violence Part 4: How Can You Help

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This is the last in a series of blogs on domestic violence and healthy relationships which we originally posted last year in honor of October’s Domestic Violence Awareness Month.

If you know someone who you think is being abused by their spouse or partner, here’s what you can do to help:

CAS Children Protest Afterschool Budget Cuts in Harlem

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“Based on the economic climate, the government needs to know that what’s going on in the city hurts entire families,” Casper Lassiter, Director of Dunlevy Milbank Center said. “They need our services.”

On Thursday, October 20th about a hundred CAS children and supervisors marched in New York City to protects cuts to afterschool programs.

Domestic Violence Part 3: The Warning Signs of Domestic Violence

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This is the third in a series of blogs on domestic violence and healthy relationships which we originally posted last year in honor of October’s Domestic Violence Awareness Month. Check back next week for our final blog on Why Victims Stay and how you can help.

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