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Children's Aid First to Receive 11th Consecutive 4-Star Rating from Charity Navigator

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The Children’s Aid Society is thrilled to be the first organization to earn an 11th consecutive 4-star rating from Charity Navigator! For over 150 years, our organization has worked tirelessly on behalf of New York City’s underserved children and families. At the same time we strive to maintain the fiscal integrity which our donors have come to expect.

Richard Buery, Children’s Aid Society President and CEO, Addresses New York City Budget

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Richard Buery on The Huffington Post: True Education Reform: Community Schools And Collective Impact

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"Evidence shows that education reform can be achieved only by truly reforming the current education system. The current silos that exist among the agencies and organizations responsible for the healthy development and education of American youth hinder true progress and reform."

Children's Aid Youth and Parents Rally to Save After-School Programs

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By: Keyla Espinal

Children’s Aid Community School Honored with Excellence in School Wellness Award

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By: Stefania Patinella

Children’s Aid Youth Stand Up for After-School Programs, Present Petitions to Council Member Jackson

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Photos and Text by Keyla Espinal

Empowering Parents for 25 Years

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It's not too late to save childcare and early childhood education

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East Harlem Center Artists Share Their Visions of New York City

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Children's Aid Rallies to Save OST After School Programs

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On Tuesday, May 31st more than 200 youth, parents and after-school staff rallied at The Children’s Aid Society’s Dunlevy Milbank Community Center to save after-school programs for thousands of children across New York City.

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