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Keeping the Promise: Sage Lopez

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Sage Lopez is what you might call a Children’s Aid lifer. He first came to our East Harlem Center nine years ago. Today, because of the guidance, support, and hope he has found there and through the center’s Boys & Girls Club, he considers it his second family. Among many things, Sage said, “The club gave me the chance to explore my passion for science, technology, engineering, and math.”

From the CEO

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Dear Friends:

The Children’s Aid Society launched more than 160 years ago with a singular mission: to relieve the abject poverty that gripped orphaned children in New York City. Back then, the city’s social services were severely lacking, and most of society accepted widespread indigence as a simple fact of life.

Keeping the Promise: Christian Minaya

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Christian Minaya‘s mind buzzes with dreams and a hunger to change his circumstances in order to give back to his community. “Can I rap for you?” he asked. “What we believe changes what we perceive, so what we dream changes what we see.”

Volunteer Spotlight: Associates Council

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Despite hectic work schedules and busy lives, members of The Children’s Aid Society’s Associates Council (AC) continue to volunteer countless hours of selfless service every year.

From the CEO

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Dear Friends:

It is truly an honor and a privilege to have this letter be one of my first responsibilities as President and CEO of The Children’s Aid Society.

I was part of Children’s Aid once before. After graduating from college, I moved to New York City and worked on a project that launched a medical van that would travel the city and provide health services to those who needed them.

Keeping the Promise: Brianna Collymore-Young

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During her freshman year of high school, Brianna Collymore-Young transferred to the Opportunity Charter School (OCS) in Harlem because her previous school was too big and it was too hard to make friends. “I put up a Great Wall of China,” she said.

From the CEO

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Dear Friends:

It is truly an honor and a privilege to have this letter be one of my first responsibilities as President and CEO of The Children’s Aid Society.

I was part of Children’s Aid once before. After graduating from college, I moved to New York City and worked on a project that launched a medical van that would travel the city and provide health services to those who needed them.

Meet the Curtis Student Health Ambassadors!

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Who are we?
We are a group of Curtis students dedicated to promoting the health center and encouraging students to lead healthy lifestyles.

What we accomplished in the 2013-2014 school year:

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FAQs for Students

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