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Dr. Carrera’s Adolescent Pregnancy Prevention Program Celebrates 25 years!

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Children’s Aid Miracle on Madison Avenue a Resounding Success

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Thanksgiving Dinner Donated by Top Chefs and Generous Volunteers of Children’s Aid

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It’s Never Too Late to Learn: Children’s Aid and The Value of Adult Education

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A Life Transformed by The Children’s Aid Society Programs

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Special Miracle Activities To Kick Off Your Holiday Shopping and Help Children in Need

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Thanksgiving has come and gone and that can only mean one thing: it is time to get those holiday shopping lists ready. Shop at over 75 participating stores on Sunday, December 6th as part of the Miracle on Madison Avenue, and your holiday gifts will go even further– 20% of the cost of your purchases will be donated to The Children’s Aid Society to support health services for children.

Day of Giving with the Knicks

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Changing the Statistics on Teen Pregnancy

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The topic of teen pregnancy prevention has been around so long that I wonder if we sometimes lose site of the terrible statistics behind this issue:

86 adolescents become pregnant every hour of every day

50 adolescents give birth every hour of every day

Who’s Buzzing about Miracle?

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Needing Proof, She Had Indeed Embraced a New Home

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The New York Times Neediest Cases Fund has recently featured this Children’s Aid story about Carmen Cruz, a native of Cuba, and how she received help replacing her original citizenship papers.  Below is an excerpt from the original article.

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