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Children's Aid Applauds Funding for City Purchase of Goodhue Parkland

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Tue, 2017-06-06

“More than 10 years ago, we started working with the city to preserve 38 acres as Goodhue Park for the people of Staten Island, and secure the resources for a new Goodhue Center. Now, with critical leadership from Borough President James Oddo and Council Member Debi Rose—and support from many Staten Island community groups and community members—we seem to have achieved that goal,” said Phoebe Boyer, chief executive officer and president of The Children’s Aid Society. 

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Children's Aid Applauds Funding for City Purchase of Goodhue Parkland

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Children’s Aid Secures $1.1 Million Grant from Manhattan District Attorney

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Wed, 2017-04-26

Children’s Aid is proud to receive a three-year grant award of more than $1.1 million from the Manhattan District Attorney’s Criminal Justice Investment to further grow its domestic violence prevention work that fosters family stability and success, as well as children’s long-term well-being and achievement in life.

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Children's Aid Announces New Chief Development Officer and Vice President of Health and Wellness

Children's Aid Announces New Chief Development Officer and Vice President of Health and Wellness

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Tue, 2017-04-18

The Children’s Aid Society today announced the appointments of Caroline Gallagher as its new chief development officer and Daniel H. Stephens, MD, as vice president of Health and Wellness. Gallagher will lead all private and public fundraising efforts. Stephens will oversee all of Children's Aid clinical services and health programming.

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Children's Aid Announces New Chief Development Officer and Vice President of Health and Wellness

Children’s Aid Addresses New York State Budget Agreement

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Mon, 2017-04-10

“We applaud Governor Cuomo and the New York State legislature for reaching an agreement on the Fiscal Year 17-18 budget that maintains, and in some cases expands, investments in critical supports for children and families at a time of great uncertainty for our country. New York will only grow stronger as it expands after-school programs in districts where they are needed, increases investment in community schools statewide by $50 million, and embarks on the monumental path of raising the age of criminal responsibility for youth,” said Phoebe C.

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Children in New York City are healthier since the start of Pre-K for All

Children in New York City are healthier since the start of Pre-K for All

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Mon, 2017-04-10

Recently, researchers from NYU, through the National Bureau of Economic Research, documented improved health outcomes for lower-income kids coming through the city’s universal pre-K program. This isn’t a surprise to us. A child’s health is a critical component to ensuring that they can succeed academically, and preventive health services are tied to strong outcomes for our youngest learners. That is why we screen every child in our Early Childhood education program for vision, hearing, and special needs within the first 45 days of school.

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Children in New York City are healthier since the start of Pre-K for All

Children’s Aid Named an Official Charity Partner of the 2017 TCS New York City Marathon Set for Sunday, November 5, 2017

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Tue, 2017-04-04

Today, The Children’s Aid Society was named an Official Charity Partner of the 2017 TCS New York City Marathon. The race will take place on Sunday, November 5, 2017.

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Children’s Aid Named an Official Charity Partner of the 2017 TCS New York City Marathon Set for Sunday, November 5, 2017

Children’s Aid Awarded Major New York State Grant to Reduce Poverty in the Bronx

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Wed, 2016-10-05

The Children’s Aid Society is thrilled to be designated by Bronx Borough President Ruben Diaz Jr. as the recipient of a $2.75 million grant from the New York State Assembly as part of the Empire State Poverty Reduction Initiative. As announced today by Borough President Diaz, Children’s Aid will be the lead organization coordinating the initiative in the Bronx.

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The Children’s Aid Society Announces New Chief Program Officer

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Wed, 2016-07-27

The Children’s Aid Society today announced the hiring of Miriam Martinez, Ph.D., as chief program officer effective August 8, 2016. Martinez will lead our efforts to integrate, align, and refine current programs across all of our divisions. She will develop new strategies to ensure the children we serve are on the path to college and career and, ultimately, independence.

The Children’s Aid Society Announces New Chief Financial Officer and Vice President of Adolescence Division

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Wed, 2016-06-29

The Children’s Aid Society today announced the hiring of Sarah Gillman as chief financial officer and Sandra Escamilla-Davies as vice president for the Adolescence Division. Gillman will oversee all of the agency's financial matters, including the annual operating budget, payroll, purchasing, and the endowment, among other areas. Escamilla-Davies will lead an array of programs designed to help young adults prepare for college, career, and a successful, independent life. Both start with the organization on July 6.

Children’s Aid Wins Major Grant to Support Deaf and Hard of Hearing Children and Teens

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Thu, 2016-06-16

Children’s Aid is thrilled to receive a three-year grant of more than $300,000 from New York City Department of Youth and Community Development in support of its Saturday Program for Deaf and Hard of Hearing Children and Teens. The program is free to participants, and the only one of its kind in New York City. It offers enriching recreational and social activities while also empowering these young people to advocate for themselves.

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