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Miracle 2011 Chair: Tamara Tunie

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"I am delighted to once again serve as the Chair of Miracle on Madison Avenue. For 25 years, on Miracle Sunday, Madison Avenue merchants have generously donated 20 percent of every purchase to help provide vital health services to children in need served by The Children's Aid Society. This year, the proceeds of Miracle are more critical than ever. Please join me in supporting The Children's Aid Society by shopping at the Silver Anniversary of Miracle on Madison Avenue on Sunday, Dec. 4. Together, we can make a difference in the lives of New York City's kids!"

Building A Community School - Parents' Guide

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Building A Community School - Complete Manual

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The African American Male Initiative: Creating Success, Oct 2006

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Summary Report of the Study Group of Experts Meeting Oct 2006

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Summary Report of the Study Group of Experts Meeting Jan 2008

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Summary Report of the Study Group of Experts March 2009

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23rd Annual Miracle on Madison Avenue was a Shoppers’ Paradise

Sunday, December 6, 2009

The 23rd Annual Miracle on Madison Avenue presented by BNY Mellon on Sunday, December 6, 2009 was a shoppers’ paradise. Fortunately, Saturday’s wind and rain blew over and Miracle Sunday was a glorious sunny day of guilt free shopping.

Children’s Aid Is an Official 2010 Census Partner!

Wednesday, February 17, 2010

The Children’s Aid Society encourages all the residents of its communities in New York City to participate in the 2010 Census. “It’s important that everyone be counted,” said Richard Buery, President and CEO of The Children’s Aid Society. Every year, more than $300 billion in federal funds are awarded to states and communities for new hospitals, schools, better transportation and social services based on the Census’ population count, which is taken every 10 years.

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