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In Debt To Start, and Sinking Even Deeper

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Approached by a loan seller, Theodora Roach agreed to what turned out to be a balloon loan. Later, she got help through a government program and the Neediest Cases Fund.

Children’s Aid Helps Families Fulfill Their Goals – Creating Families with a Future

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Have You Heard of The Children’s Aid Society in New York?

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Children’s Aid hit the streets of New York City to find out what New Yorkers really knew about The Children’s Aid Society.

Mixing Art and Technology, and Finding Empowerment

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After struggling in high school, Nazaury Delgado, 19, was accepted to the Fashion Institute of Technology on a full scholarship (click for more photos)

The Children’s Aid Society: Helping Consumers Get a Hold of Their Credit

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East Harlem Head Start Program Proudly Marches in the Three Kings Parade!

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For the fourth year in a row, the East Harlem Head Start program proudly marched in the city’s Three King’s Parade.

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A Head Start on TV Careers, With the Garden as a Lab

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Moses McRae and Jazmyn Benjamin, both 15, were at Madison Square Garden, where workers, officials and athletes served as interview subjects and mentors to the students.

Children’s Aid Early Childhood Department gets Ooey Gooey with a Workshop that Refreshes and Invigorates Children’s Aid teachers!

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Engineers distribute toys for Three Kings Day in East Harlem

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Lifting a Girl and Her Ailing Grandmother

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The New York Times Neediest Cases Fund recently featured this Children’s Aid story about Maria Cruz de Leon and how Children’s Aid helped improve her reading. Below is an excerpt from the original article by Daniel Slotnik.

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