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The Children’s Aid Society’s Associates Council’s MADHoliday Party Raises $10,000

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Written by Evita Torre, Associates Council - Executive Committee Member

On Thursday, December 8, 2011, nearly 100 guests attended The Children’s Aid Society’s Associates Council’s MADHoliday Party at Sutra Lounge in the East Village. More than $10,000 was raised to enhance the holidays of New York’s neediest children.

A Hogs & Heifers Holiday Party To Remember

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Written by Alirio Guerrero, Director of Preventive Services

Partnership Helps Parents Navigate Immigration Issues

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Top Chefs and Joyful Volunteers Serve Thanksgiving Dinner in Harlem

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Early Childhood Curriculum Featured on WNYC

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"Mr. Martin" and Our Education Exchange

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By Tamara Royal, Education Director for P.S. 5 Head Start, a Children's Aid Society Community School

NY Ranger Steve Eminger Helps Launch Hockey Program at Milbank

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Steve Eminger, defensive player for the NY Rangers, joined a group of 30 eager children on Thursday, November 17 to launch The Garden of Dreams and Rangers Power Players Program at the Dunlevy Milbank Center.

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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