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Children’s Aid Supports Juvenile Justice Programs

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Beating the Statistics – The Children’s Aid Society Battles Child Obesity

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In New York City, 47% of public elementary school children are overweight, with 27% of them categorized as obese. These are alarming statistics. image023

Climbing to Success, and Helping Others Along

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Patrick Alvarez, left, and Isaias Garcia serving up a turkey dinner last week in Harlem.

East Harlem Children’s Aid Kids Prove Youngsters Don’t Only Think of Themselves!

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Children’s Aid East Harlem New York Kids Get a Lesson in Popular Toys from Different Decades

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image002Since 2004, the Children's Aid Society has received the extraordinary support from the Simons and Magerman families to fund MASPAS (Magerman and Simons Program for Academic Success) - an intensive academic program at our three Harlem community Centers.

A Long and Winding Road Together

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Clockwise from upper left, Calif Green and his sons: Zaire, Ishmael, Calif Elijah and Isiah

Special Needs Forum Held for Children’s Aid Head Start Parents in East Harlem

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Pictures from the 23rd Annual Miracle on Madison Avenue

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Miracle on Madison Avenue volunteers get ready to hang balloons outside participating retailers

Professor Kwame Anthony Appiah Kicks Off EXCEL in Writing, Thinking and Inquiry at NYU Academy

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Pictured l. to r. Cheryl Ching, The Teagle Foundation, Donna Heiland, The Teagle Foundation, Kwame Anthony Appiah, Ph.D., Princeton University and Richard Buery, President and CEO, The Children’s Aid Society

An Insider CEO's Guide to Finding the Right Philanthropic Match

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In the nonprofit world, the phrase, “we’ll do lunch” has its own meaning in the sense that “lunch” is code for “bring your checkbook.” You (the donor) and I (the nonprofit CEO) will enjoy a meal and then I’m going to pull out all the stops to prove to you why my charity deserves your organization’s financial support.

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