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Healthy Foods Take Over East Harlem

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Earlier this month, participants of The Children’s Aid Society (CAS) attended an event at Union Settlement in East Harlem where Manhattan Borough President Scott M. Stringer and the stars of Super Sprowtz, an nutritional education series, talked to over 200 children about the importance of living a healthy lifestyle.

Children's Aid Employee Wins Golden Heart Award

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Metamorphosis: Ailey/CAS Camp Washington Heights Finale

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Written by: Giany Mejia

Photography by: Giany Mejia

Children's Aid Celebrates Foster Parents

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Written by: Giany Mejia

Photography by: Lily Kesselman

Hiking the Giraffe Path: P.S. 5 Promotes Active Lifestyle through Visual Art and Exercise

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Written by: Tamara M. Royal, Education Director, P.S. 5 Head Start

Have you ever seen a pink giraffe? Ever hiked uphill with infants, toddlers, grandparents, dads, a pregnant mom, teachers, social workers, education directors, administrative staff and the school cook too?  We did!

Tips to Get Your Child Ready to Go Back to School

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By: Giany Mejia

ISI Plants Seeds of Hope and Healthy Habits at P.S./I.S. 50

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By: Malia Poai, Assistant Director, Volunteer Services

CAS-Carrera Participants are Upwardly “Mobile” with Junior Achievement and Capital One

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By: Kate Riley

New York Life Volunteers Paint Murals at Milbank

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Several volunteers from New York Life braved hundred-degree temperatures on Sunday, July 24th to paint two stunning murals at The Children’s Aid Society’s Dunlevy Milbank Center in Harlem.

Richard Buery on The Huffington Post: Aftermath of a Child Welfare Tragedy; A More Holistic Approach

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