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Adult Services: ESL and Computer Classes

The East Harlem Center strongly believes that in order to successfully serve children, you must also address the needs of parents and adults in the community. The East Harlem Center does that through programs especially geared towards parenting, language and career development.

Homemakers, Critical Supports for Struggling NYC Families, Celebrate 75th Anniversary by Honoring Past and Present Commissioners

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Scoppetta and Mattingly to Be Recognized by The Children’s Aid Society

Children’s Aid CEO C. Warren Moses and Homemaker Also to Be Honored

Contact:

Ellen Lubell, The Children’s Aid Society, (o) 212-949-4938, (c) 917-854-6864
Emily Crossan, The Children’s Aid Society, (o) 917-286-1548, (c) 201-344-5742

When:

Friday, May 8, 2009
7:00 pm to 7:30 p.m.
ceremony precedes celebratory cruise

Delicious Thanksgiving Dinner Provided by Top Chefs and Generous Volunteers

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Food industry volunteers to cook and serve Thanksgiving meal for hundreds of children and families at annual Children’s Aid Society dinner in Harlem

Contacts:
Ellen Lubell, The Children’s Aid Society – (w) 212-949-4938, (c) 917-854-6864
Emily Crossan, The Children’s Aid Society – (w) 917-286-1548, (c) 201-344-5742
Gladys Mouton DiStefano, Food and Beverage Association – (w) 212-521-6203

When:

The Children’s Aid Society Celebrates the Magic of Mentors During National Mentoring Month in January

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OPPCA Publications and Other Resources

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Publications from the Office of Public Policy and Client Advocacy

Other Children's Aid Publications

Testimony Before the New York City Council Committee on Technology in Government

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April 19, 2005

I would first like to thank the Committee for holding this hearing and for the Council’s ongoing leadership and commitment to advancing technological investment in New York City’s human services communities. I will be brief today, because my message is very simply to put a face on the issue.

Testimony Prepared for the Assembly Standing Committee on Education: Governance of the New York City School District

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March 13, 2009

Economic Security Cabinet Town Hall Meeting

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The New York Times Subprime Neediest Cases Program

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The New York Times Neediest Cases Fund has implemented a special initiative for victims of the subprime mortgage crisis - The Subprime Neediest Cases Program. The program is designed to provide financial assistance to affected families and individuals in the tri-state area, helping them secure stable and affordable housing. Eligible families who are losing their homes as a result of predatory practices can receive up to $10,000 in financial support for relocation or home retention. Basic eligibility criteria for assistance include the following:

Community Schools and Democratization: A Global Trend

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