Events and Announcements

WE CARE Celebrates 15 Years Supporting our Community

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On Friday, December 9, 2011, The Boys and Girls Club of America and Herman Miller teamed up with 20 other interior design firms to present We Care, providing unique arts and crafts creations to children at The Children’s Aid Society Dunlevy Milbank Center. The event marked 15 years of We Care in the community, providing children with creative gifts for their friends and families.

Garden of Dreams Foundation and NY Rangers Wives Distribute Coats in East Harlem

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Cheery Volunteers Bundle Up Dunlevy Milbank Center

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CAS Children Protest Afterschool Budget Cuts in Harlem

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“Based on the economic climate, the government needs to know that what’s going on in the city hurts entire families,” Casper Lassiter, Director of Dunlevy Milbank Center said. “They need our services.”

On Thursday, October 20th about a hundred CAS children and supervisors marched in New York City to protects cuts to afterschool programs.

Volunteers Teach Children That We Are Stronger Together

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Children's Aid Employee Wins Golden Heart Award

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Metamorphosis: Ailey/CAS Camp Washington Heights Finale

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Written by: Giany Mejia

Photography by: Giany Mejia

ISI Plants Seeds of Hope and Healthy Habits at P.S./I.S. 50

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By: Malia Poai, Assistant Director, Volunteer Services

Celebrating Summer and Children's Aid

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Take Action Alert! Tell Federal Lawmakers to Put Children First

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Proposed reductions to the federal budget and the impending August 2nd deadline to increase our country’s debt ceiling are threatening to slow down our fragile economic recovery. Reductions to programs like Food Stamps, Medicaid and Medicare, Child Care and Head Start and the PELL Program would balance our country’s budget on the backs of the nation’s most vulnerable Americans, without asking corporations and high-income earners to bear their fair share of the current economic burden.

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