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Congratulations to the 24th Adult Family Life/Sex Ed Graduating Class

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Fostering Families in the Bronx

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Art is More than a “Secondary Subject”

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Richard R. Buery, Jr. to receive 24th Annual Ellis Island Medal of Honor!

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Children’s Aid-Carrera Adolescent Pregnancy Prevention Program Recognized in Education Week

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Richard R. Buery, Jr. Salutes First Lady Michelle Obama’s Let’s Move Initiative to Fight Childhood Obesity

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President and CEO of The Children’s Aid Society Says Agency’s Programs in Line with First Lady’s Objectives

Children’s Aid CEO Richard Buery Discusses Obama's State of the Union Address

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Children’s Aid Responds to the Crisis in Haiti

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The Children’s Aid Society extends our deepest sympathies to the people of Haiti. Our hearts go out to the children and families struggling to survive in the wake of the devastating earthquake. The pain and suffering we see chronicled in the news each day is almost unimaginable. Children’s Aid Society has a proud tradition of providing assistance to families in need, whether in the aftermath of September 11th or Hurricane Katrina.

Business of Giving: Follow IBM’s Lead

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As the economy slowly resuscitates, companies might use a slow rebound as an excuse to ignore their social responsibilities. But I ask you to take a lesson from IBM, and not, as the company says, “retreat into our shells,” but rather, “go on the offense.”

Business of Giving: Socialism in America is Impossible

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There has been a lot of debate lately as to whether proposals such as health-care reform will turn America into a socialist state.

Considering what I’ve learned in 35 years working for nonprofits, I confidently say that this can never be the case.

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