Events and Announcements

Children's Aid Youth and Parents Rally to Save After-School Programs

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By: Keyla Espinal

Children’s Aid Community School Honored with Excellence in School Wellness Award

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By: Stefania Patinella

Children’s Aid Youth Stand Up for After-School Programs, Present Petitions to Council Member Jackson

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Photos and Text by Keyla Espinal

Children's Aid Rallies to Save OST After School Programs

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On Tuesday, May 31st more than 200 youth, parents and after-school staff rallied at The Children’s Aid Society’s Dunlevy Milbank Community Center to save after-school programs for thousands of children across New York City.

Children’s Aid Keeps the Arts Alive!

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Associates Council Fundraiser Moves Early Childhood Programs FORWARD

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Last week the Associates Council hosted their First Annual Spring Cocktail Party, FORWARD—raising $15,000 that will go directly to The Children’s Aid Society’s Early Childhood Programs, exceeding the event’s goal by 50% and making it a huge success!

2011 Youth Speak Out on Education Conference

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Rhinelander Saturday Program for Deaf Children and Teens Honors Lost Participant

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Children’s Aid Society and Diverse Coalition Demand City Reinstate Funding for After-School Programs

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The Children’s Aid Society, along with representatives from CAMBA, The Educational Alliance, The After-School Corporation, YMCA of Greater New York, United Neighborhood Houses, Good Shepherd Services, UJA-Federation and other advocates, was joined by Council members Lew Fidler and Jumanne D. Williams at a press conference on the steps of City Hall this morning to demand the City reinstate the $23 million proposed reduction in vital after-school programs.

Richard Buery, Children’s Aid Society President and CEO, Addresses Mayor’s Executive Budget

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