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Promoting Safe and Stable Families: The Children's Aid Society Provides Legal Advocacy Services for Children and Families in Crisis

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Business of Giving: Accountability Is Key

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You know how retailers are battling it out over the few dollars consumers are willing to spend? It’s no different in the nonprofit world. Merely grabbing a donor’s attention isn't enough. We have to make a solid argument for why our cause is the one worthy of your hard-to-part-with dollar.

Keeping Kids on the Right Track The Children's Aid Society's Juvenile Justice Programs

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“Treat people as if they were what they ought to be, and you help them become what they are capable of becoming." – Goethe

Summer Frolic and Theater Camp at Children's Aid Society Philip Coltoff Center

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Downward Dog for the Preschool Set

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Many adults practice yoga and love it, but it is also a fun, educational and healthy activity for the preschool set. The flexibility and balance necessary for yoga, as well as the discipline, make it a great way to help kids stay fit, while appealing to the perpetual desire of little kids to twist their bodies into as many different shapes as possible.

Children's Aid Society Community Schools: Arts and Culture - Celebrating Dance and Cultural Diversity

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Papers and Pencils and Pens, Oh My!

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Mentoring Makes a Difference

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New York's Children's Aid Society Provides Solutions for Kids "Aging out" of Foster Care

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Orphan Train Heritage Still Lives Today

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The legacy of the famed Orphan Trains that began during the first days of the Children’s Aid Society in New York lives on today. An estimated 150,000 children took part in the Orphan Train Movement from 1854 to 1929, giving them new lives and a bright future by removing them from the poverty and danger of the city streets.

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