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Parents and Advocates Continue Efforts to Save Programs; Parents Bring to Life Startling Statistics in Campaign’s Report

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Children’s Aid Youth Talk Foster Care with One-Man Musical Performer

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Proud Washington Heights Parents Graduate, Better Equipped for Work Force and Economy

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Over 60,000 Signatures and Letters Call On Mayor to Restore Cuts to After School and Child Care

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Campaign for Children Kicks Off Month Long Vigil

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On June 6th, The Campaign for Children, of which The Children’s Aid Society is a leading member, kicked off a month-long vigil whereby parents, children and advocates from programs around the city will be in front of City Hall every weekday until the final budget is announced.

A Gatsby Affair Raises $18,000 to Benefit Hope Leadership Academy

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One-Man Musical About Foster Care Experience Comes to NYC

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Proceeds to benefit The Children's Aid Society

Foster Care Parent Spotlight: Juana Sanchez

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Bronxites Celebrate the Arts and Culture with Children’s Aid

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Youth Council Tackles Bullying in Schools

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Last night, dozens of students, parents and community members gathered at the Barnes & Noble Bookstore on East 86th Street to discuss one of the biggest problems facing schools today: bullying.

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